diamond bit

diamond bit

[′dī‚mənd ‚bit]
(design engineering)
A rotary drilling bit crowned with bort-type diamonds, used for rock boring. Also known as bort bit.
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The complete Longyear Diamond Bit Series includes a Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Purple Bit for a wide range of drilling conditions and ground formations, with each color corresponding to specific hardness ratings found on the standard Mohs hardness scale.
Thus, core drilling with diamond bit is an efficient method for machining of holes in engineering ceramics.
PDC synthetic diamond bit cutters are effective at drilling rock formations and are extremely durable.
The 2-flute diamond router bit and 3-flute diamond bit can be sharpened numerous times, says the company, offering increased tool life while reducing tooling costs.
It was a bit like The Last Waltz of the Liverpool music scene (without the Neil Diamond bit).
The rig is optimised for the latest Craelius diamond bit and core barrel technologies, and can be delivered skid or crawler mounted with an electric or diesel power unit.
Instead of employing a metal or diamond bit, Petrolphysics uses water jets to drill its horizontal wells.
The 2-flute diamond router bit (left) and a 3-flute diamond bit (right) are for use on nested-based CNC machines.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-11 July 2007-Atlas Copco acquires remaining shares of Chinese subsidiary Wuxi-Hobic Diamond Bit Co Ltd(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Figure 1 shows the scanned acoustic signal, or the time-dependent change of the acoustic signal amplitude, particularly for drilling andesite by means of a diamond bit.
The rig is optimized for Atlas Copco's latest diamond bit and core barrel technologies, and can be delivered skid or crawler mounted with an electric or diesel power unit.
The core barrel and diamond bit simply optimized the probability of a straighter hole."