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Description: cBNP is the clear winner when machining ferrous materials. It is second only to diamond in hardness. cBNP has a high thermal conductivity which makes it ideal for high temperature applications.
- Material / Composition: Superabrasive - CBN
- Applications: Specialty / Other
- Grading System (Grit / Shot): Micron Graded
Supplier: SpeedFam Corporation
Description: Diamond Powder is polycrystalline in nature and is made up of synthetic diamond. Each gram is composed of several million minute diamond particles of 30 to 300 Angstrom, with many cutting points. It assures uniform lapping/polishing process while continuously improving surface finish of material
- Material / Composition: Superabrasive - CBN, Superabrasive - Diamond
Supplier: Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning Group
Description: Cubic boron nitride is a synthetic crystalline material second only to diamond in Knoop hardness and although softer than diamond, CBN is superior in terms of abrasion resistance and oxidation resistance with steel alloys. CBNs relative crystalline inertness makes it the abrasive of choice
- Material / Composition: Superabrasive - CBN
- Applications: Grinding Wheels / Bonded Abrasives
- Grit Grade / Shot Size: 50 to 400
- Grading System (Grit / Shot): Mesh Graded
Description: cBN (Cubic Boron Nitride) Our high quality cBN cubic boron nitride powder is combined with our proprietary water, oil and universal carrier types to provide slurries, suspensions and compounds in abrasive sizes ranging from 0.125 µm to 60 µm.
- Form: Liquid / Dispersion, Slurry, Other
- Abrasive Grain Type: Ceramic, Other
- Grading / Grit System: Micron Graded
Description: Boron Carbide Powder Boron carbide (B4C) with a Mohs hardness of 9.5 is second only to cubic boron nitride (cBN) and so makes an excellent lower cost alternative abrasive to cBN and diamond. Also, boron carbide is excellent for absorbing neutron radiation without forming long lived radionuclides
- Carbides / Carbide Ceramic Type: Boron Carbide
- Shape / Form: Powder / Aggregate (Grain / Grog)
- Applications: Other
Supplier: Lapmaster-Wolters International
Description: by conventional lapping techniques. Material removal rates are as much as twenty times faster than removal rates achieved by conventional lapping. Super abrasive wheels, either CBN or diamond, are used in place of standard lapping plates and abrasive slurries. Thus, fine grinding produces parts requiring
- Type: Disc Sander, Sander
- Mounting: Floor Mounted / Stationary (Machine Tools)
- Rotary Speed: 0.0 to 150 rpm
- Power: 4.96 to 10.05 HP
Abrasive Compounds and Abrasive Slurries - Precision Lapping and Polishing Compound Water Soluble -- AA3-1 CompoundSupplier: Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning Group
Description: All synthetic, natural, polycrystalline diamond and CBN powders can be utilized in the manufacturing of compounds. Compound (bases) are typically supplied as "WS" (water soluble), "OS" (oil soluble), or "UN" (universally soluble). However, many additional compound formulations are available
- Type: Lapping, Polishing
- Products / Materials Finished: Ceramics / Glass, Specialty / Other
- Form: Powder
- Abrasive Grain Type: Diamond
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Advanced Abrasives Corp.
Diamond & cBN Tool Manufacture
Diamond & cBN Tool Manufacture. Our superabrasive powder and mesh products are globally valued by a variety of companies manufacturing diamond and cBN tools for industrial and medical end use. From mesh size diamond for wire saws, industrial broaching /honing tools and high speed dental burrs; to diamond and cBN powders for various bonded superabrasive grinding wheels; to copper or nickel coated diamond and cBN powders for electroplated superabrasive cutting blades / grinding discs... (read more)
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Preparation of cBN Powders .....................................................................51 4.3.2.
Synthesis and Characterization of Ti N ‐coated Cubic Boron Nitride Powders
Titanium nitride‐coated cubic boron nitride (TiN/cBN) composite powders were prepared by nitridizing TiO2/ cBN powders in a NH3 flow at 950°C.
New grades of submicron and nanosized powders of cubic boron nitride
Thermal treatment in inert environments makes the surface of cBN powders hydrophobic and electrochemical treatment makes it hydrophilic.
Innovative Superhard Materials and Sustainable Coatings for Advanced Manufacturing
Surface Chemistry of Submicron cBN Powders .
The structure formation in reaction sintering of cubic boron nitride submicron and nanosized powders with aluminum at the stage of high-pressure infiltration
Abstract—Porosity, phase composition, and structure of samples produced from submicron and nano metric cBN powders high pressure infiltrated with aluminum (at a pressure of 2.5 GPa and a temperature of 1300 K) have been studied.
Evaluation of CVD ‐Deposited SiO 2 as a Sintering Aid for Cubic Boron Nitride Consolidated with Alumina by Spark Plasma Sintering
A SiO2 nanolayer, 1.0–2.8 mass% in content, was coated on cubic boron nitride ( cBN ) powder by rotary chemical vapor deposition (RCVD).
Multifrequency ESR Characterization of Paramagnetic Point Defects in Semiconducting Cubic BN Crystals
The early ESR investi- gations were done on polycrystalline cBN ( powders and ceramics) of micrometer sizes, which could be more easily prepared.
Hot Isostatic Pressing of Cubic Boron Nitride–Tungsten Carbide/Cobalt (cBN–WC/Co) Composites: Effect of cBN Particle Size and Some Processing Parameters on the...
Ultrafine WC and submicrometer Co powders from OMG Americas (South Plainfield, NJ) and different particle size cBN powder grades from Element Six (E6) have been used in this study.
Preventive action of silicon nitride at HT-HP sintering of cubic boron nitride
It is known that in the case of sintering cBN powders the recrystallization processes in the system of heavily deformed grains with defective conjugation boundaries becomes active in the range of the sintering tempera ture Tsin = 2200–2400°C (p = 7–9 GPa) .
Composites based on cBN micron powders structured by carbon binder for the application as functional elements in the working layer of diamond-abrasive tools. P...
A comparison between the data given in Table 1 and the characteristics of the well known grades of monoc rystalline cBN powders gives reasons to state that the produced composite cBN grits do not essentially differ in their characteristics from monocrystalline ones …