Products/Services for Drawing A Diamond

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    Wire Drawing Dies - (43 companies)
    Wire Drawing Dies Information. Wire drawing dies are tools with highly-polished, specially-shaped holes through which wire is drawn to reduce its diameter. They have a metal case and a nib made of tungsten carbide (TC), polycrystalline diamond (PCD... Learn More
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    Drawing Software - (24 companies)
    Drawing software aids in creating illustrations using vectors and/or rasters in two or three dimensions; illustrations are often represented as charts, diagrams, graphs, and images. This type of software also includes drafts of technical drawings... Learn More
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    Deep Drawing Services - (52 companies)
    How to Select Deep Drawing Services. Deep drawing services form parts by using a punch to radially draw a sheet metal blank into a forming die. The part is re-drawn through a series of successively smaller dies until its depth is greater than its... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Drawbenches and Drawing Machines - (26 companies)
    Drawbenches and drawing machines are use tensile forces to reduce the size of metal sheets, wire, tubes and rods by drawing metal strips through a drawplate or dies. Drawing is typically broken up into two general types: sheet metal drawing or wire... Learn More
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    Hydroforming Presses - (27 companies)
    Hydroforming presses use fluid pressure to form sheet and tube shaped source metal materials to the shape of a die. Hydroforming allows for severe shape deformation and generally produces strong parts of uniform thickness. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Diamond Powders and Superabrasive Grains - (76 companies)
    Diamond powders and superabrasive grains include extreme-hardness abrasives such as synthetic diamond, natural diamonds, and cubic boron nitride (CBN). They are used in the polishing, finishing, grinding, and cutting of ultra-hard materials. Diamond... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Superabrasives and Diamond Tools - (423 companies)
    Superabrasives and Diamond Tools Information. Superabrasives and diamond tools include grinding wheels, abrasive saw blades, wheel dressers, single-point tools, and other products that use diamond or cubic boron nitride (CBM) abrasive grains... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Carbon, Graphite, and Diamond Materials - (198 companies)
    Carbon, graphite and diamond materials include vitreous, amorphous, or glassy carbon; hexagonal and pyrolytic graphite (PG); and naturally-occurring and synthetic diamonds, diamond-like carbon (DLC) materials, and diamond-like coatings. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Presses (metalworking) - (536 companies)
    ...fabricate components from sheet metal via blanking, piercing or punching, forming, bending and drawing. Turret presses are industrial presses that have an open frame and a turret with multiple punches. Turret punch presses, typically numerically... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Plate Forming Services - (145 companies)
    ...be formed into sheet metal include aluminum, copper, steel, nickel, and brass. Different Processes. Plate forming services use different processes for different applications and materials. These processes include stretching, drawing, plate bending... Search by Specification | Learn More
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In fact,the American Wire Gauge (AWG) sizing system suggests. this drawing procedure. For example, a size 22 AWG wire,smaller. than 20 AWG, is drawn, theoretically, through 22 progressively smaller. dies. Larger wire is drawn through fewer dies; hence, the lower number. "gauge."...

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