abrasive paper


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abrasive paper

[ə′brās·əv ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Tough paper to whose surface an abrasive, such as sand or emery, has been bonded for use in grinding or polishing.
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The creation of the new joint venture brings together the only two manufacturers of heavy-weight abrasive paper backings in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the two leading players on the global market, with a share of more than 80%.
With participants of the event utilising traditional abrasive paper hard bats, the challenge was to produce a world class paddle that would be authentic, yet innovative and of the highest quality.
This is supported by the fact that if the continuous sliding test of FeCrSiB-basalt coating was repeated without cleaning the ring by abrasive paper then the wear rate of the coating was decreased.
For a given composition, four different surface preparations were used; they are: Sand Blasted--SB (600 [micro]m SiC particles), Belt Ground--BG (SiC abrasive paper of grade 80), Paper Polished--PP (SiC abrasive paper of grade 600) and Diamond Polished--DP (0.
When the coat has dried, remove any lumps or specks with fine abrasive paper and wipe clean with a lint-free cloth dampened with white spirit.
Take steps to catch any drips, then clean up the surrounding pipe area withfine abrasive paper or wire wood.
At the minimum, you'll need a ballpein hammer, a small countersink, a couple of coarse and fine files, some abrasive paper and a block of wood to back it with.
When the filler has hardened, rub it down with medium-grade abrasive paper.
Upon completion of the lapping process, the surface is dull and must be polished with very fine abrasive paper.
If the paintwork is basically sound - not flaking or blistering - rub it down well with a fine grade abrasive paper.