buffing wheel


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buffing wheel

[′bəf·iŋ ‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A flexible wheel with a surface of fine abrasive particles for buffing operations.
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Each unit includes an illuminating overhead light for enhanced operator visibility, as well as a built-in diamond point tool for truing and dressing the buffing wheel.
Tenders are invited for Buffing Wheel To Dia 100 Mm X 25 Mm Width With Grid Size - 220 Mm.
buffing wheel size:2"x1"x1/2", oil stone fine 4`` x 1/2`` x 1/2`` carborundam or equivalent, cutting wheel od100xid12xthichness 3.
Then he realized Bob was over at the counter selling those same buffing wheels to a local gunsmith who had come in looking for polishing supplies
Cabot's Jones Deluxe pistols are hand polished - no buffing wheels - for days under a microscope using stones, rubbing, and diamond compounds so that the flats are exactly flat with no broken edges and the rounds are truly round.
Today's silversmiths use a pair of buffing wheels and buffing compounds, one of which removes fine marks and the other imparts the final polish.
The work is done not with power buffing wheels, but by hand, with files and abrasive cloth.
Concepts is designed for sanding and buffing various mouldings with combination sanding and buffing wheels, and has sanding belts with up to eight units.
Finally, the PVC edge is buffed with cloth buffing wheels.