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 wheels for forming difficult-to-cut materials
These wheels are designed for high shape precision forming of, for example, motor cores. Wheels of the most appropriate specifications are available for not only magnetic materials such as neodymium-iron, but also for ferrites, ceramics and glass.
“DTFC”” Mounted Wheel/Cutting Wheel for Cutting/Grinding CFRP “
■Significantly suppresses burr and peel ply (delamination) and realizes high-quality and high-precision machining.
■Reduces mass production cost by removing manual finishing process, realizing long product life, and reusing by re-electroplate.
■Reduction of manual finishing process can suppress precision variation and is effective for finishing junctions which require high precision.
“Arcceed” diamond cutting tool
This is a single-crystal diamond radius cutting tool with a cutting edge waviness of 50 nm or less. It realizes high-precision machining, thus reducing mold production processing requirements. Due to its fine rake and clearance surface, it can elicit better performance of a 3-axis machining device and improve the copying performance of molds. It also realizes high-precision machining by a 2-axis machining device.
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.
“Hi-PAX” PCD chip saws
These chip saws are edged with PCD (polycrystalline diamond) and can produce finer surfaces than carbide tools while lasting ten times as long. They are effective for cutting and grooving of architecture materials, wood, aluminum alloys, glass fiber composite materials, rubbers, and plastics.