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Diamond Concave Carving Grinding Wheel

4inch 60Grit

The Diamond Concave Engraving Wheel is a highly versatile tool that is designed to help you achieve precision results in your lapidary, glass, woodturning, and leather working projects. With a 1" arbor, this wheel comes with bushings that allow you to adapt it to 1/2, 5/8, or 3/4 inch shafts, making it easy to use with a variety of different tools.

Diamond Concave Engraving Wheel,Diamond Nickel Bonded Concave Wheel,Diamond Profile GrindingWheels and Diamond Arc Grinding Wheel are perfect for rounding edges. What they excel at however is making small beads by hand and without any machines when you want making bead in home. The process is quite easy. First, block out your bead to the required size and pre-drill the bead hole.Our concave diamond wheels are designed with a curved surface which provides an excellent way to carve and grind concave forms into glass and stone. The rounded concave design allows high visibility grinding at the point of contact. We have a variety of different grits available in 4", 6" and 8" diameter wheels,Arbor is 1" and comes with bushings to adapt to 1/2, 5/8 or 3/4 inch shafts.You then round the bead as well as you can on a normal grinding wheels to remove the square edges. After this hold the roughly rounded bead using a pin vice and grind one side of the bead using the concave wheels. When you are happy with the shape, reverse the pin vice and grind the other side. If you are using the coarse grit concave wheels to do the grinding you may need to use a finer grit concave wheels  to remove some of the scratches.The easiest way to get to a finished high polish is to then use a rock tumbler and go through the normal process of tumbling.

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Q: What are Flexible Diamond Tools used for?
Flexible Diamond Tools are versatile abrasive tools used for a wide range of applications, including grinding, polishing, and surface finishing on various materials such as glass, ceramics, metals, composites, and more.
Q: What are the different types of Flexible Diamond Tools available?

Flexible Diamond Tools include belts, discs, sheets, handpads, and strips with various configurations and grit sizes to suit different applications and equipment.

Q: What are the main bonding types used in Flexible Diamond Tools?

Flexible Diamond Tools are available with metal and resin bond types. Metal bonds are often used for coarser applications, while resin bonds are suitable for fine grinding and polishing.

Q: How do I maintain Flexible Diamond Tools to prolong their life?

Regular maintenance includes cleaning the tools to remove accumulated debris and inspecting them for wear. Proper care and maintenance can help extend the tools' service life.

Q: Can these tools be used on different types of equipment?

Yes, Flexible Diamond Tools can be used on a variety of equipment, including hand-held machines, stationary machines, and more. Different backing types and configurations allow for versatility in application.

Q: What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

Q: What are the primary applications of Flexible Diamond?

These tools find applications in various industries, including architectural and scientific glass, ceramics, composites, aerospace, transportation, and more. They are used for grinding, polishing, and surface finishing.

Q: Can these tools be used for both wet and dry grinding?

While these tools can be used for dry grinding, they often perform best when used with a coolant or water during wet grinding. Wet grinding helps reduce heat and friction, improving performance and extending tool life.

Q: What is the recommended working speed for these tools?

The recommended working speed typically ranges from 25 to 32 meters per second (m/s), with a maximum speed of 45 m/s. Higher speeds are often used for improved productivity.

Q: What are the advantages of using specific patterns (e.g., big dots, medium dots, arrow patterns) on Flexible Diamond Tools?

Patterns are designed for specific purposes, such as rapid material removal, strong cutting, or efficient grinding on surfaces with sharp edges. The choice of pattern depends on the application and desired results.

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