Flexible Diamond Marnderl Bands
Flexible Diamond Mandrel Bands, electroplated with graded diamond abrasive in micron sizes. These bands are perfect for achieving a mirror finish on the inside of rings. The inter-spaced diamond nodes effectively withstand any debris build-up, ensuring a consistent finish every time.Our Flexible Diamond bands Drum are made from a two-ply polyester Backing film evenly coated with diamond-filled nickel plated dots. These bands have been specifically designed for light grinding, shaping, and polishing applications with contours and hard to reach areas on hard materials, such as granite, marble, natural stone, engineered stone, glass, ceramics, and hard metals. They can be used wet or dry, and are suitable for grinding, sanding, and smoothing a variety of materials, including glass, stone, wood, carbide, steel, bone, composites, exotic alloys, chrome cobalt, plastic, gypsum, painted or plated surfaces, enamels, ceramics, and hard metals.Each of our flexible diamond bands is color-coded for easy grade identification, and they are manufactured to fit expanding rubber Mandrels. Our bands are incredibly versatile and can be used for a wide range of applications, making them an essential tool for any craftsman or DIY enthusiast.Invest in our flexible diamond Mandrel bands today and take your polishing, grinding, and shaping to the next level. With their superior quality and durability, you won't be disappointed.
Our Flexible Diamond Mandrel bands are engineered to excel in a variety of sanding, grinding, shaping, and polishing applications, particularly in challenging and hard-to-reach areas. These bands are ideal for achieving a mirror-like finish on the inside of rings, making them a valuable tool for jewelers and artisans. However, their versatility extends to various materials and industries:
Jewelry Making: Perfect for achieving a flawless mirror finish on the inside of rings and other jewelry pieces.
Metalworking: Capable of working on hard metals, including carbide, steel, chrome cobalt, and exotic alloys.
Composite Materials: Suitable for working on composites and materials like bone, plastics, gypsum, and more.
Surface Finishing: Versatile enough to handle painted or plated surfaces, enamels, and other coatings.
Graded Diamond Abrasive: Our bands are electroplated with graded diamond abrasive in micron sizes, ensuring precise and consistent material removal.
Debris Resistance: The inter-spaced diamond nodes effectively resist debris build-up, guaranteeing a uniform finish even during prolonged use.
Wet or Dry Use: These bands can be used both wet and dry, providing flexibility for various working conditions.
Color-Coded for Grade Identification: Each band is color-coded for easy identification of the grade, simplifying the selection process.
Mirror-Like Finish: Achieve a flawless mirror finish on the inside of rings and other jewelry pieces, enhancing their overall appearance.
Precise Material Removal: Graded diamond abrasive ensures precise material removal, allowing you to work with accuracy and control.
Longevity: The bands are built to last, offering durability and longevity even under demanding working conditions.
Versatility: With compatibility across various materials, these bands are incredibly versatile, making them an essential tool for craftsmen and DIY enthusiasts.
Q: What are the situations where diamonds are used as cutting tool?
Diamond excels in "hardness" and "heat diffusibility" as a cutting tool material. CBN, with hardness akin to that of diamond diamond is mainly used for cutting ferrous metal thanks to its lower reactivity than diamond with ferrous metal. Both materials can be polished to form "sharp cutting edge."
Q: What are the benefits of diamond tools?
Advantages. Diamond is one of the hardest natural materials on earth; much harder than corundum and silicon carbide. Diamond also has high strength, good wear resistance, and a low friction coefficient. So when used as an abrasive, it has many obvious advantages over many other common abrasives.
Q: How are diamond tools made?
Q: How do diamond tools work?
The actual grinding work is done by exposed diamond crystals that are held in place by the metal matrix or bond. Each diamond is supported by a bond tail which trails behind the diamond. While the blade rotates through the material, the exposed diamonds on the surface grind the material.
Q: How are diamond tools made?
Q: How are diamond tools made?
Order Code Format
which includes the following components:
FDMB: This is likely an abbreviation or code representing our product.
Length: This should be replaced with the desired length of the product you want to order.
Width: This should be replaced with the desired width of the product you want to order.Grit: This should be replaced with the specific grit level or abrasive coarseness you require for the product.
Grit: Available in various grit levels, including 60, 120, 240, 400, 600, 800, and 1200 grit. The choice of grit depends on the level of abrasiveness required for your specific application.
Size (Diameter): The bands come in various sizes to accommodate different tools and applications, with diameters including 10x20mm, 15x30mm, 22x20mm, 25x25mm, 30x30mm, 45x30mm, and 50x40mm.
Stone and Tile Work: Ideal for shaping and polishing granite, marble, natural stone, and engineered stone.
Glass Processing: Suitable for grinding and smoothing glass surfaces.
Metalworking: Can be used on hard metals, carbide, steel, chrome cobalt, and exotic alloys.
Woodworking: Effective for shaping and finishing wood.
Composite Materials: Useful for working with composite materials.
Plastic and Gypsum: Can be used on plastic and gypsum materials.
Surface Finishing: Suitable for painted or plated surfaces, enamels, and ceramics.
Two-Ply Polyester Backing: The two-ply polyester backing provides durability and flexibility, making these bands suitable for contours and hard-to-reach areas.
Diamond-Filled Nickel Plated Dots: The evenly coated diamond-filled nickel plated dots ensure consistent abrasive performance, allowing for effective grinding and polishing.
Wet or Dry Use: Flexible diamond bands can be used both wet and dry, providing flexibility in different working conditions.
Wide Material Compatibility: Suitable for a variety of hard materials, including granite, marble, natural stone, engineered stone, glass, ceramics, hard metals, and more.
Multi-Purpose: Flexible diamond bands can be used for grinding, sanding, and smoothing various materials, including glass, stone, wood, carbide, steel, bone, composites, exotic alloys, chrome cobalt, plastic, gypsum, painted or plated surfaces, enamels, ceramics, and hard metals.
Color-Coded for Grade Identification: Color-coding makes it easy to identify different grit levels quickly, which is useful for selecting the right abrasive for the task at hand.
Manufactured to Fit Expanding Rubber Mandrels: Designed to fit expanding rubber mandrels, ensuring a secure and stable attachment to your tools.