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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to carry out pre-verification preparation and verification of the zvuk-203m instrument (natural vibration frequency meter (csc)), designed for acoustic control of the physicomechanical properties of abrasive tools and products from other types of materials according to csc values measured by the method of free vibrations in the range from 22hz to 14.
Growing Demand for Abrasive Tools to Complement the Growth of the Grinding Discs Market Post the recent recession, the trend of globalization and industrialization is on the rise.
The new generation of diamond abrasive tools. Tekhnologiya Metallov, 8, 46-48.
For all kinds of applications and tasks, VSM supplies the right abrasive tools: belts, discs, sheets, rolls and other abrasive products in a wide range of dimensions.
Pumice stones or abrasive tools are okay for calluses and rough areas, but ask the technician to be very gentle.
As with most CNC machining centres, however, the process of deburring typically involved taking the part offline and having it addressed by hand using a variety of abrasive tools. Sun not only wanted to automate the process, but also eliminate a messy grinding process the company was using to achieve a specific surface finish.
of Marienheide, Germany, a leading international manufacturer of abrasive tools, industrial brushes and power tools, and Superior Abrasives of Dayton.
Available in every brush configuration, abrasive tools are designed to be application specific.
Abrasive tools contain grains with different cutting angles.
Lipton has spent nearly 40 years in metalworking trades, and he offers these shop- tested tips and trade secrets for metal fabricators interested in "furthering the art." The author uses nearly 1000 color photographs to illustrate specific methods and techniques for setting up a proper workplace, using milling machines and lathes, working with precision CNC equipment, welding, flame straightening and using abrasive tools for shaping and finishing.
"Other courses include 'lead by example,' training of helpers' trainers, safety on scaffoldings, electrical safety, handling of abrasive tools and power tools and safety during excavations." Osho Centre's induction course includes a teaching on safety at work.
And I certainly wouldn't start rubbing any rough or abrasive tools on the Heritage.