Diamond mounted wheels for interior grinding of hard brittle materials
There wheels are used for the internal grinding of precision parts as well as the precision grinding of glass, ceramics, carbon, ferrites, and gemstones. Wheels with bonds and specifications most appropriate to materials and usage can be provided.
“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.
Diamond forming cutting tool
This is a single-crystal diamond forming cutting tool manufactured using our forming and polishing technology. It realizes forming mirror machining for high-precision production of complex shapes consisting of plastics or soft metals.
“Miracle” diamond cutting tools
These are single-crystal diamond cutting tools for producing smooth mirror surfaces. They are used for photoconductive drums (for cylinder), polygon mirrors (for end face), etc.
“Hi-PAX” PCD/PCBN cutting tools
These cutting tools are used for precision machining of mass production parts. The PCD (polycrystalline diamond) tool is used for machining ceramics, plastics, and non-ferrous metals while the PCBN (polycrystalline CBN) tool is used for high-hardness alloy tool metals and difficult-to-cut nickel alloys. These tools possess finer cutting
surfaces than other carbide tools and can last up to ten times longer.
Diamond cutting wheels
These wheels are used for cutting and grooving carbide alloys, cermet, ceramics, glass, ferrites, semiconductors, carbon, and other non-iron metal materials. They realize less bending and a higher quality cutting surface. A resin bond CBN wheel is provided for cutting magnetic materials.
Diamond double core drills
These core drills are commonly used to simultaneously machine the inner and outer diameters of the glass or ceramic disks used for hard disk drives. Their usage contributes to the shortening of machining time.