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 use of the lamellar abrasive paper left some very fine streaked marks parallel to the machining direction on the surface.
Plots from specific wear rate are given as a representative for indicating the wear trend for different conditions of load and abrasive paper.
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%.
The Abrasive Systems Division of 3M has been able to provide a solution in the form of a unique fine grade of coated abrasive paper in a bold blue colour, which is usually converted into discs and sheets for the surface preparation and finishing of metal, paints and lacquers.
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 (0.25 [micro]m diamond particles).
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.
ARUB the burn with a wet piece of wet-and-dry abrasive paper. You might eat into the layer of worktop carrying the design if the burn is quite deep, but remember a small bare patch will look less noticeable than the original burn.
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.