Diamond wheel for chamfering glass substrates
“DEX” diamond wheels for chamfering glass disks
These wheels are used to chamfer the inner diameter (ID) or outer diameter (OD) edge of glass disks. Due to the special electroplating used in this design, the roughness of chamfered surfaces are improved and chipping at the boundary area to the edge surface is minimized. Wheels using micron size abrasive grain are available.
“DEX” diamond wheel for optical lens centering
This wheel is used for axis alignment (optical lens centering) of aspherical lenses or steppers used in high-grade cameras or endoscopes, which usually require high-precision grinding. When used, pre-conditioning grinding is not necessary and lens manufacturing with less damage on the lens edge starts from the beginning of processing work. The wheel can also suppress lens coloring, even when a steep rise shape is used.
“DEX” diamond wheels for forming difficult-to-cut materials
“Lenelas” diamond high-elasticity wheel for finishing
This wheel has high abrasion resistance because it uses a high-elasticity resin bond made with a special bonding agent. It realizes surface roughness of the same level as final lapping or polishing in a short period of time. By varying the bond content, it can be used to process different materials such as glass, metal, and ceramics. There are two types of bonds available: "RN" bond for better grinding performance and "RP" bond for better surface roughness.
Diamond multi-layer wheels
A single wheel of this type can perform multiple grinding processes such as rough grinding, pre-finishing, and finishing. This allows multiple processes to be performed with a single machine without replacing tools, which reduces processing time. Multi-layer wheels with a combination of metal bonds for rough grinding, resin bonds for pre-finishing, and resin bonds for finishing are available.