“Metalist” CBN Metal Bond Wheel for Iron Material
By using the metal bond having significantly higher heat conduction than a vitrified bond, the influence of heat on the working surface is minimized.
■ The product not only maintains cutting performance and realizes long tool life, but also suppresses burning of work materials.
■ Since it can suppress heat stress on work materials more than conventional abrasive wheels, reduction of the fatigue-resistant strength of the work can be suppressed.
■ Little damage on abrasive grains and appropriate spontaneous blade generation can realize long dress intervals and reduce down time.
“CITIUS” diamond wheels for heavy grinding of carbide tools
These wheels demonstrate their distinguished performance for deep-gutter flute grinding of carbide tools. Compared to conventional resin bond wheels, they reduce machining time and abrasion. They also achieve stable cutting performance, high-precision, and high-quality surface roughness, and reduce the generation of chips. "BI30" and "MB" series resin bond wheels are also available depending on the materials to be ground and on usage.
Diamond wheels for mirror finishing of difficult-to-cut materials
"BL" porous resin bond wheels are designed for mirror grinding of carbide alloy molds, ceramics, silicon wafers, and hardening steel alloys. With the effect of pores and a heat-resistant bond strengthened by special filler, these wheels produce high quality finished surfaces while maintaining their cutting performance.
Diamond mounted wheels for interior grinding of hard brittle materials
Diamond cutting wheels
Diamond polishing products
These products are used for lapping and polishing high-hardness materials such as glass, ceramics, ferrites, sapphires, and carbide alloys when high-precision surface finishing is required. Highly precise diamond powder is used for slurry or spray products.
These diamond products are used to shorten polishing times and achieve high-precision polishing of high-hardness materials such as metal molds. Uniformly dispersed diamond powder distributed in gel materials are diluted for use with specific solutions.