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diamond wheel

[′dī·mənd ‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A grinding wheel in which synthetic diamond dust is bonded as the abrasive to cut very hard materials such as sintered carbide or quartz.
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More than anything else, it is this controlled bond erosion that determines the application and performance of a diamond wheel.
Cleaning and filling hairline cracks are more time consuming, and the fix won't last, unless you widen them with an angle grinder and diamond wheel (Photo 1).
To get the in-house capability for regrinding requires an investment in two types of diamond wheels, a set of angle blocks, and this handy-dandy regrinding fixture.
These products are designed to solve specific grinding problems, such as diamond wheel life, foaming, edge quality, hard settling, wheel loading, and excessive fines retention in the fluid.
Tenders invited for Diamond wheel with goniometer for crystal cutting
1 also bought the ZipMate ZM3 right-angle attachment ($60) so I could use a diamond wheel for cutting tile (works great) and the cutoff wheel for cut ting metal (haven't tried that yet).
He worked as a diamond wheel molder for the Norton Company for 38 years retiring in 1980.
Stainless steel diamond wheel cores have all but replaced phosphor bronze today.
Through subtle--though key--modifications to the ANCA grinding software, A & F improved diamond wheel wear.
But we've developed a diamond wheel specifically for the Easygrinds and the Ewamatic that eliminates the rough grinding step entirely," DeMichele says.