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3/4" Inner Hole

Aluminum Polishing Head for Lapidary Arbor is a specialized component designed forLapidary machinery used in gem cutting and polishing. The key features and considerations for this polishing head:

Sturdy Construction: The polishing head is constructed from cast aluminum, which is known for its lightweight yet durable properties. These heads are meticulously machined to ensure that they remain flat and maintain precision during the polishing process.

Rubber Face: The head is equipped can comes with a resilient rubber face. This rubber face is crucial for providing a cushioned and even surface against which gemstones or other materials can be polished. It helps protect the integrity of the materials being worked on.

Thread Options: To ensure proper installation and functionality, the polishing head is available with different thread options. If you intend to use it on the left side of your lapidary machine, you should choose the version with left-hand threads. Similarly, for the right side, select the version with right-hand threads. This ensures a secure and compatible fit on your equipment.

The Aluminum polishing Head for Lapidary Arbor is a valuable component in Lapidary work, offering a stable and flat surface for precision polishing. The resilient rubber face and thread options enhance its usability, making it an essential tool for Lapidary artists and gem cutters.

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