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Flexbile Diamond Sanding Disc

Smooth and Efficient Grinding: Achieve a smooth and efficient grinding experience on hard materials with Hans Flexible diamond sanding pads. With aggressive cutting and reduced loading, these pads are perfect for a wide variety of applications, ensuring high-quality results with minimal effort.Flexible diamond pads are an essential tool for grinding and polishing a wide range of hard materials, including stone, glass, ceramics, metal, carbide, and composites. Made with metal plated bond, these pads securely anchor micron graded diamonds to the backing, ensuring a smooth and efficient grinding experience. The open dot pattern of these pads provides durability and long life, while allowing for performance to contours. They offer aggressive cutting with reduced loading, making them an ideal choice for a variety of applications. Quick Change Roloc discs make grade changes easy, and all Flexible diamond discs come with various fittings for hand and stationary machines, making them suitable for wet or dry grinding and polishing a large variety of hard materials. Whether you're working with granite, marble, terrazzo, natural stone, engineered stone, glass, ceramics, lapidary, or hard metals, Flexible diamond sanding pads are the perfect tool for the job. They are color coded for easy grade identification, and the most popular sizes and types are available from stock. In addition to Flexible diamond pads , also offers a range of other diamond sanding pads for pottery, glass, and other applications. Diamond sanding discs are also available, ensuring that you have the right tool for every job. Achieve a smooth and efficient grinding experience on hard materials with Flexible diamond sanding pads . With aggressive cutting and reduced loading, these pads are perfect for a wide variety of applications. Whether you're working with stone, glass, ceramics, or metal, has the right tool for the job with their extensive range of diamond sanding pads and discs . Plus, with various fittings and color-coded grades, makes it easy to find the perfect pad for your wet or dry grinding needs.

Order Code Format

which includes the following components:

FDSD: This is likely an abbreviation or code representing our product.

Diameter: This should be replaced with the desired length of the product you want to order.

Hole Size: The size and pattern of the holes can vary, and they are typically designed to match the requirements of the specific sanding machine or the intended application. 

Backing:are available with different types of backings to suit various applications and equipment. Here are the common types of backings used for these discs

  1. Magnetic Backing:

    • Magnetic backing is designed for use with magnetic-based sanding systems. These systems often involve machines with magnetic bases that securely hold the sanding discs in place during operation.

    • Magnetic backing provides a strong and reliable connection between the disc and the machine, preventing slippage during sanding or grinding tasks.

    • This type of backing is particularly useful in applications where stability and security are essential.

  2. PSA (Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive) Backing:

    • PSA backing features an adhesive layer on the back of the sanding disc. Users can easily peel off a protective backing to reveal the adhesive side.

    • These discs adhere to the backing pad or machine's sanding surface when pressure is applied. PSA backing offers a strong bond, ensuring the disc remains in place during operation.

    • PSA-backed discs are convenient for quick and secure attachment to compatible sanding equipment.

  3. Velcro Backing (Hook and Loop Backing):

    • Velcro backing uses the hook-and-loop fastening system, similar to Velcro strips. The sanding disc has a "hook" side, while the sanding pad or machine has a "loop" side. When pressed together, they create a strong and easily detachable connection.

    • Velcro backing allows for rapid disc changes, making it a popular choice for applications that require frequent grit or disc type adjustments.

    • It is user-friendly and minimizes downtime during disc replacements.

Backing

Backing:are available with different types of backings to suit various applications and equipment. Here are the common types of backings used for these discs

  1. Magnetic Backing:

    • Magnetic backing is designed for use with magnetic-based sanding systems. These systems often involve machines with magnetic bases that securely hold the sanding discs in place during operation.

    • Magnetic backing provides a strong and reliable connection between the disc and the machine, preventing slippage during sanding or grinding tasks.

    • This type of backing is particularly useful in applications where stability and security are essential.

  2. PSA (Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive) Backing:

    • PSA backing features an adhesive layer on the back of the sanding disc. Users can easily peel off a protective backing to reveal the adhesive side.

    • These discs adhere to the backing pad or machine's sanding surface when pressure is applied. PSA backing offers a strong bond, ensuring the disc remains in place during operation.

    • PSA-backed discs are convenient for quick and secure attachment to compatible sanding equipment.

  3. Velcro Backing (Hook and Loop Backing):

    • Velcro backing uses the hook-and-loop fastening system, similar to Velcro strips. The sanding disc has a "hook" side, while the sanding pad or machine has a "loop" side. When pressed together, they create a strong and easily detachable connection.

    • Velcro backing allows for rapid disc changes, making it a popular choice for applications that require frequent grit or disc type adjustments.

    • It is user-friendly and minimizes downtime during disc replacements.

Specification

  • 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 4",6",8",10",12",14",16",18",20" AND 24".

Applications

  • Metalworking: These discs are valuable in the metalworking industry for grinding, deburring, and finishing metal parts and components. They are effective on various metals, including stainless steel, aluminum, and alloys.

  • Glass and Ceramic Polishing: Flexible diamond sanding discs are used to achieve smooth and polished surfaces on glass products, ceramics, and porcelain. They are crucial in optical and glass manufacturing.

  • Woodworking: They find applications in woodworking for contour sanding, shaping, and finishing wood pieces. They can handle both hardwoods and softwoods.

  • Composite Materials: Flexible diamond sanding discs are suitable for working with composite materials, including fiberglass and carbon fiber. They can efficiently shape and finish composite parts.

  • Aerospace: In the aerospace industry, these discs are used for precision machining and finishing of aircraft components and engine parts.

  • Jewelry Making: Ideal for preparing gemstones for jewelry settings and achieving a professional finish in jewelry production.

  • Automotive: Used in automotive repair and manufacturing for tasks such as bodywork and paint finish restoration.

  • Medical Devices: In the medical field, they are employed for precision grinding and finishing of medical devices and components made from materials like titanium and stainless steel.

  • Lapidary Work: Flexible diamond sanding discs are commonly used in lapidary work for shaping and polishing gemstones and minerals. They can achieve precise and smooth cuts and finishes.

  • DIY and Hobbyist Projects: Enthusiasts and hobbyists can benefit from these discs for various craft and hobby projects that require precision finishing on a variety of materials.

Features

  • Diamond Abrasive: Flexible diamond sanding discs are embedded with synthetic diamond particles, renowned for their exceptional hardness and cutting ability. This makes them highly effective for material removal and surface finishing.

  • Flexible Backing: The backing material of these discs is flexible, allowing them to conform to the contours of the workpiece. This flexibility enables precise grinding and polishing of complex shapes and profiles.

  • Variety of Grit Sizes: Flexible diamond sanding discs come in various grit sizes, ranging from coarse to ultra-fine. This range allows users to choose the appropriate abrasive for their specific application, whether it's aggressive material removal or achieving a fine finish.

  • Durability: Diamond abrasives are known for their durability and long lifespan, reducing the need for frequent replacements and saving on overall costs.

  • Consistent Performance: They provide consistent cutting and finishing performance throughout their lifespan, ensuring uniform results.

  • Versatility: Flexible diamond sanding discs are versatile tools suitable for a wide range of materials and applications, making them essential in various industries where precision and efficiency are critical.

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Frequenstly Answer Qeustion

Q: How long do diamond sanding pads last?

As with all abrasive products, the quality of the pads you choose will determine the amount of polishing you will get. With these pads, you should expect approximately 15,000 square feet of polishing, while less-expensive pads will only last between 5,000 to 10,000 sqare feet.

Q: When should I replace my sanding disc?

The moment you feel you are putting more effort into sanding and not seeing a noticeable difference of material removal is an indicator that your abrasive is worn and ready to be changed out. You may also notice that as they wear, they may begin to clog with sanding dust between the small abrasive grains.

Q: Can you use diamond pads on an orbital sander?

Can be used wet or dry (doesn't deteriorate in water) Far outlast sandpaper. Far less fatigue than sandpaper sanding. May be used by hand or installed on an orbital sander.

Q: Can you use diamond sanding pads on wood?

These diamond polishing/sanding discs can be used wet or dry on a sander or grinder, and they operate well at any speed. The pads work on concrete, stone, tile, wood, swimming pool surfaces (the Only answer to quickly sanding PebbleTec), metals, even glass.

Q: Can you polish glass with diamond pads?

Resin based diamond pads are used to obtain a fine surface on your glass in preparation for a final polish with cerium oxide. The diamonds are enclosed in a phenolic resin and move around within that resin providing a very fine scratched surface on your glass."

Q: Is there a flexible sandpaper?

Precision Ultra Flexible Sanding Sheets feature an innovative film backing so you can FOLD, ROLL or SHAPE into any form you need to get the job done. The tough backing resists puncture, tear and creases, helping the sheet keep its original shape.

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