There's even diamond paste
in grits taking over where most stones end, and go up to 8,000 grit or higher
They might also be ground into a powder and made into a diamond paste
that is used for polishing or for very fine grinding.
The copper surface was grinded, polished by diamond paste
(1 [micro]m finish) and cleaned by the ultrasonic cleaner.
The only evidence we have for a higher hardness than diamond is the fact that we polished the rock section with a diamond paste
and that our polymorph and polytypes were not polished by this material," said Ferroir.
A high-precision wire, coated with diamond paste
, is fed through the bore feature of a rotating part.
For those samples that are water soluble, such a NaCI and KI we polish with kerosene as a lubricant for the diamond paste
in a water and oil soluble carrier.
A 6 [[micro]meter] diamond paste
is used for the first step with either canvas or nylon polishing cloths and a suitable lubricant/extender.
It turns out, however, that the 70-carbon fullerene works as well as diamond paste
, says Manfred M.
99) features an extra-fine (9 micron) diamond disc to polish and refine to a razor edge and a cloth disc to be used with the diamond paste
(3 micron) paste for glossy polish edge refinement.
Quotations are invited for Supply of following consumables for metallographic application, Diamond paste
with liquid, Polishing cloths, Water proof SiC abrasive papers, Standard brass wire for wire-EDM machine, Acetone
For microstructural analysis the heat-affected and unaffected joints samples were grinded and polished with diamond paste
up to particle size of 0.
Operating with technical brushes in a form of controlled erosion process, the machine can be operated with abrasive-loaded nylon brushes for simple shapes and/or natural bristles with a special easy-to-clean diamond paste
for parts with more complicated shapes or with higher requirements on the quality of the surface polishing.