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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.

Diamond Smoothing Pad

Diamond Smoothing Pads

Our Diamond Smoothing Pre-Polish Pad collection includes a range of diamond smoothing discs, mini diamond Smoothing discs, diamond abrasive Pads, and Resin Bond Diamond Polishing Pads that are perfect for pre-polishing glass surfaces on your flat lap grinder. Our resin-based diamond Pads are designed to give a finer surface on the glass compared to electroplated diamond disks. This allows for easy finishing and polishing of the glass,gemstone,ceramic,steel and others special material also brittle material surface.Our Diamond Soft Smoothing Pads are specifically designed to ensure rapid removal of grinding marks and high spots on gemstones, glass and Glasseye, among others. The secret to the fast Smoothing action of our discs is the diamond resin bonded to a flexible surface. This guarantees that our Diamond Smoothing Pads will out-perform silicon carbide discs and diamond compound finishing systems.All of our discs come with a pressure-sensitive adhesive/magnetic backing, ensuring that they can be easily placed on most flat lap grinders. Our state-of-the-art finishing system can be used with almost any machine, making it a versatile tool for any lapidary enthusiast.Our Diamond Smoothing Pre-Polishing Pad collection is the same finishing system used on our Heavy Duty Grinder and polishing Machine and the Hi-Tech All-U-Need cabbing unit. Our Pads are magnetically backed for easy placement and come in custom hole sizes that can be chosen when ordering.Invest in our Diamond Smoothing Pre-Polish Pad collection for a superior finishing system that will make your lapidary work a breeze.


Diamond Smoothing Pads are specialized abrasive tools used for Smoothing and polishing a wide range of hard materials, particularly stone, ceramics, glass, and composites. They are designed for precision finishing and restoration tasks, making them invaluable in various industries:

  1. Stone Fabrication: Diamond Smoothing Pads are extensively used in the stone fabrication industry for honing and polishing natural and engineered stone surfaces, including granite, marble, quartz, and more. They help achieve a smooth, glossy finish on countertops, vanities, and other stone products.

  2. Glass Processing: These Pads are employed in glass processing for achieving a high-quality finish on glass edges, beveling, and chamfering. They are also used for glass restoration to remove scratches and imperfections.

  3. Ceramic and Porcelain: In the ceramics industry, diamond Smoothing Pads are used for finishing and polishing ceramic and porcelain tiles, ensuring a flawless and glossy surface.

  4. Composite Materials: They are suitable for Smoothing and polishing composite materials, such as fiberglass, carbon fiber, and composite laminates, used in various applications, including aerospace and automotive.

  5. Restoration: Diamond Smoothing Pads are used for restoring and refinishing surfaces that have wear and damage, including stone monuments, historical structures, and architectural details.


  1. Diamond Abrasive: Diamond Smoothing Pads are embedded with industrial-grade diamond particles, known for their exceptional hardness and abrasion resistance. These diamonds provide efficient material removal and long Pad life.

  2. Flexible Backing: They typically have a flexible and velcro-backed design, allowing for easy attachment to polishing tools and conforming to the shape of the workpiece, including curves and contours.

  3. Grit Variations: Diamond Smoothing Pads come in various grit sizes, ranging from coarse to fine, enabling the user to achieve the desired level of surface smoothness and shine.

  4. Water Usage: Many diamond Smoothing Pads are used with water for cooling and lubrication, which helps control heat generation and prolongs the life of the Pads.


Diamond Smoothing Pads offer exceptional performance in several key areas:

  • High-Quality Finish: They produce a high-quality, mirror-like finish on hard materials, enhancing their aesthetic appeal.

  • Material Removal: Diamond abrasive efficiently removes imperfections, scratches, and uneven surfaces, saving time and effort.

  • Versatility: These Pads are versatile and can be used wet or dry, making them suitable for various materials and applications.

  • Longevity: Diamond Smoothing Pads are known for their durability and long service life, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

  • Precision: They allow for precise control over the polishing process, ensuring consistent results and uniform surface finishes.

Order Code Format

which includes the following components:

  1. RDSP (Diamond Smoothing Pads) Order Code:

    • "RDSP" likely represents the order code or product code for Diamond Smoothing Pads. This code is used for identifying or ordering this specific type of product.

  2. Diameter of Diamond Smoothing Pads:

    • The diameter refers to the size of the Diamond Smoothing Pads. This measurement is crucial for selecting the appropriate pad size for specific applications. For example, it could be expressed in inches or millimeters.

  3. Backing Options:

    • Diamond Smoothing Pads can come with different backing options. Your mention of "magnetic backing," "PSA backing" (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive), and "velcro backing" indicates the various attachment methods available. Users can choose the backing option that suits their tools or preferences.

  4. Hole Size:

    • The hole size may vary, and it seems that customers can specify the hole size based on their requirements. The presence of holes in the smoothing pads can assist with dust extraction or cooling during the smoothing process.


  • 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): These diverse diameter options offer flexibility for users to select the appropriate size of Diamond Smoothing Pads based on their specific tools and the requirements of their applications. Different sizes may be preferable for various tasks or tools, allowing for customization to achieve optimal results in smoothing and polishing processes.

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  • Stone Polishing:

  • Diamond smoothing pads are widely used in the stone industry for polishing natural and engineered stones, including granite, marble, and quartz. They help achieve a smooth and polished finish on countertops, floors, and decorative stone surfaces.

  • Concrete Polishing:

  • In the construction and flooring industry, diamond smoothing pads are employed for polishing concrete surfaces. They can be used to refine the appearance of concrete floors, countertops, and other architectural elements.

  • Glass Polishing:

  • Diamond smoothing pads are suitable for polishing glass surfaces, including glass tabletops, windows, and decorative glass items. They help achieve a high-gloss finish without causing damage to the glass.

  • Ceramic Polishing:

  • Ceramic tiles and other ceramic surfaces benefit from diamond smoothing pads during the polishing process. They help create a smooth and lustrous finish on ceramic materials.

  • Metal Polishing:

  • Diamond smoothing pads can be used for polishing certain metals, especially softer metals or those with a thin layer of hard coating. They contribute to achieving a polished and refined metal surface.

  • Lapidary Work:

  • In the jewelry and gemstone industry, diamond smoothing pads are used for lapidary work. They are employed in the polishing of gemstones, cabochons, and other precious materials to achieve a brilliant shine.

  • Automotive Detailing:

  • Diamond smoothing pads find applications in automotive detailing for polishing and refining painted surfaces. They help remove imperfections, scratches, and swirl marks from automotive paint.

  • Woodworking:

  • While less common, diamond smoothing pads can be used in woodworking for certain applications. They can help achieve a smooth finish on wood surfaces, especially when used with advanced woodworking equipment.

  • Electronic Components:

  • In the electronics industry, diamond smoothing pads may be used for polishing and finishing certain electronic components, ensuring a smooth and precise surface.

  • It's important to note that the specific application of diamond smoothing pads may vary based on factors such as the grit size, pad type (flexible or rigid), and the material being worked on. Users should choose the appropriate grit and pad type based on the desired finish and the hardness of the material.


  1. Two-Ply Polyester Backing: The two-ply polyester backing provides durability and flexibility, making these bands suitable for contours and hard-to-reach areas.

  2. Diamond-Filled Nickel Plated Dots: The evenly coated diamond-filled nickel plated dots ensure consistent abrasive performance, allowing for effective grinding and polishing.

  3. Wet or Dry Use: Flexible diamond bands can be used both wet and dry, providing flexibility in different working conditions.

  4. Wide Material Compatibility: Suitable for a variety of hard materials, including granite, marble, natural stone, engineered stone, glass, ceramics, hard metals, and more.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Manufactured to Fit Expanding Rubber Mandrels: Designed to fit expanding rubber mandrels, ensuring a secure and stable attachment to your tools.

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Frequenstly Answer Qeustion

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?

High-quality Diamond cutting tools are manufactured with electrolytic iron powder where it acts as a part of the binder alloy and offers the specific arrangement of the diamond composites on to the surface of the tools.

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?

High-quality Diamond cutting tools are manufactured with electrolytic iron powder where it acts as a part of the binder alloy and offers the specific arrangement of the diamond composites on to the surface of the tools.

Q: How are diamond tools made?

High-quality Diamond cutting tools are manufactured with electrolytic iron powder where it acts as a part of the binder alloy and offers the specific arrangement of the diamond composites on to the surface of the tools.

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