diamond tool

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diamond tool

[′dī·mənd ‚tül]
(design engineering)
Any tool using a diamond-set bit to drill a borehole.
A diamond shaped to the contour of a single-pointed cutting tool, used for precision machining.
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The Flex-Hone, from Brush Research Manufacturing, is a highly specialized abrasive tool characterized by the small, abrasive globules that are permanently mounted to flexible filaments.
PFERD says its Polifan[R]--Strong flap discs feature a major design innovation that allows the removal of more material in less time than any other consumable abrasive tool used with an angle grinder.
Among specific topics are a convex-shaped tool in the nano-fabrication of digital-paper display, effects of grinding process parameters on surface layer residual stress, an experimental study on ultrasonic vibration dressing wheel, influences of properties of a fixed abrasive tool on the lapping process of stainless steel substrate, and the electrolysis performance of bamboo charcoal bonded grinding wheel.
The topology of the abrasive tool and the cutting parameters are influenced by interaction between the abrasive grains and workpiece (Warnecke & Zitt, 1998).
She was a bookkeeper at Eddy's Auto in Leicester for many years and then at Abrasive Tool & Die in Auburn before retiring in 1988.
It was at this time that Sun discovered a new abrasive tool from Brush Research Manufacturing, the abrasive technology company known for inventing the Flex-Hone Tool and turning it into a global brand.
From cinematic point of view, the surface finishing process represents a collection of factors that determine working hypotheses for the proposed model, such as ignoring the vibrations of the abrasive tool while the workpiece changes its topography in contact with the tool.
Of the several methods now used for fixing super abrasive particles of diamond or CBN to the working surface of an abrasive tool, electroplating is the fastest growing.
it exhibits minimal shrinkage and cures to a hard, dense repair surface that can be smoothed using an abrasive tool and painted or powder-coated.
Any abrasion process is influenced by concerted action of four entrance categories: abrasive tool or abrasive compound, the machine tool, the workpiece and operational factors.
The robot traces the parting line of a core with a small diamond-coated abrasive tool to accurately remove the fins.