Superabrasive - Natural Diamond Garnet, Emery, and Mineral Abrasives Datasheets

Abrasive Diamond Compounds For Metallographic Uses
from Lapmaster-Wolters International

In today's technologically advanced world, there are a growing number of applications where conventional machining techniques just aren't accurate enough to meet precision surfacing requirements. Precision surfacing with abrasive media, a technology developed and refined by Lapmaster International... [See More]

  • Material: Diamond
  • Grade / Size: 0.1000 to 45
  • Shape: Abrasive Grain / Grit
  • Grading System: Micron Graded
Coated Powders -- MDP, RDP, and cBNP
from Advanced Abrasives Corp.

Coated material increases particle retention in most bond systems. It also facilitates heat dissipation in the bond system resulting in longer tool life. We offer MDP, RDP, and cBNP with either Nickel or Copper electroless coatings [See More]

  • Material: Diamond
  • Applications: Coated Abrasives
  • Shape: Abrasive Grain / Grit; Crushed Grit
ABC Natural Diamond Mesh -- DR-5
from Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning Group

Natural diamond is crushed and processed from boart, an inferior diamond type unsuitable for gemology. This diamond tends to be free of inclusions and cracks, mechanically strong with high thermal stability. Natural diamond may contain less metal impurities, making it useful in the manufacture of... [See More]

  • Material: Diamond
  • Grade / Size: 14 to 80
  • Shape: Abrasive Grain / Grit; Crushed Grit
  • Grading System: Mesh