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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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Sweden-based power products manufacturer Husqvarna Group is consolidating its construction operations following the group's recent acquisitions of Diamond Tool Supply, Pullman Ermator and HTC, the group said.
According to the company, this acquisition of HTC is an important step on the journey of growing its Construction division and, together with the recent acquisitions of Pullman Ermator and Diamond Tool Supply, is seen as an expression of that goal.
Q Is there a diamond tool that incorporates the mounting interface in a single body construction?
1) The diamond tool is positioned on the rotating machine spindle, opposite to the ultra precision diamond turning process.
Picocool 5254 is an all-purpose synthetic coolant for CBN and diamond tool grinding and CNC machining.
Ultrasonic-machining spindles create an oscillation that makes the diamond tool pulse with a frequency between 17,500 and 48,000 times per second, depending on the spindle-type.
The diamond tool has sharp edges and can be made down to 200-micron diam.
Hermann Sauer GmbH [Stipshausen, Germany], which is part of the Gildemeister Group, is just launching a new ultrasonic series or machines [available in the US through DMG America] that's based on an ultrasonic spindle that vibrates a diamond tool at a rate of 20,000 times per second.
For example, on a stainless-steel disk about 4 centimeters in diameter, the diamond tool (which may cost $500 or more) typically wears out after removing only 1 millimeter of the surface metal.
has been acquired by Lilburn, Georgia-based diamond tool maker Dixie Diamond Manufacturing, Inc.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-May 4, 2016-Husqvarna announces acquisition of Diamond Tool Supply in US
3 May 2016 - Swedish outdoor power products maker Husqvarna Group's (STO: HUSQ) Construction division has acquired US-based tool manufacturer Diamond Tool Supply Inc.