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Electroplated Diamond Abarsive Tools

We are a professional manufacturer of super hard materials and products, specializing in the design, production, testing, and sales of a wide range of products. Founded in 2007, our leading products include metal-bonded, CBN, and electroplated diamond tools that are widely used in various industries such as metallography, industrial superfinishing, fiber optic termination polishing, and microfinishing.
Our products are highly versatile and can be applied in special ceramics, glass, minerals, jewelry, porcelain, and other industries. Our tools are ideal for cutting, polishing, and grinding special ceramics, glass, and super hard materials.
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Electroplated diamond abrasive tools are a type of cutting, polishing and grinding tool in which diamond particles are adhered to the tool's surface using an electroplating process. These tools are known for their precision and efficiency in cutting, polishing, grinding, drilling and shaping  various materials

Electroplated Diamond Abrasive Tools are renowned for their exceptional cutting, polishing and grinding performance, extended operational lifespan, and the ability to work effectively with hard and brittle materials. They find applications across diverse industries, including construction, manufacturing, jewelry making, and glass art. These tools come in various shapes, sizes, and configurations, making them essential for achieving precise and high-quality results in material processing and shaping  .

Diamond V Shape Wheel
Diamond Hubless Dicing Blade
Diamond Channel Faceting Laps
diamond blade sharpening stone
Replacements Band Saw Blade
Diamond Grinder Head Bits
Lapidary Diamond Coarse Cutting Saw
Lapidary Diamond Drill Bits
Diamond Roller Dressers
Diamond convex carving wheel
Lapidary Diamond Wheel
Diamond Sharpening Wheel
Lapidary Diamond Flat Hard Wheels
Diamond Coated Concave Grinding Wheels
Diamond U Shape Wheel
Diamond Spherical Grinding Wheel
Diamond Hard Plastic Hub Textured Grinding Wheel

Performance

Electroplated diamond abrasive tools are a type of cutting, polishing and grinding tool in which diamond particles are adhered to the tool's surface using an electroplating process. These tools are known for their precision and efficiency in cutting, polishing, grinding, and shaping various materials.

  1. Diamond Grinding Wheels: These are electroplated wheels with a diamond abrasive coating on the wheel's surface. They are used for precision grinding applications, including sharpening tools, grinding ceramics, glass, and hard metals.

  2. Diamond Grinding Burrs: Diamond-coated burrs come in various shapes, such as cylindrical, conical, and spherical, and are used in rotary tools for detailed grinding, shaping  , and engraving tasks on hard materials.

  3. Diamond Grinding Discs: These are flat, round discs with a diamond-coated surface. They are used for grinding and smoothing surfaces, including stone, concrete, and glass.

  4. Diamond Mounted Points: These are small, cylindrical tools with a diamond-coated tip. They are used for precise grinding and shaping in tight or hard-to-reach areas.

  5. Diamond Files: Diamond-coated files are used for precision filing and shaping  tasks. They come in various shapes and sizes to suit different applications.

  6. Diamond Cutting Blades: Electroplated diamond cutting blades are used for cutting materials such as glass, ceramics, porcelain, and hard metals. They are available in various sizes and shapes, including circular saw blades and tile-cutting blades.

  7. Diamond Wire Saw Beads: Diamond-coated wire saw beads are used in wire saw machines for cutting large and thick materials, including stone, marble, and concrete. They offer high precision and can cut through thick sections.

  8. Diamond Dressing Tools: These tools are used for truing, shaping  , and dressing grinding wheels to maintain their profile and sharpness. They are essential for precision grinding applications.

  9. Diamond Lapping Plates: These flat plates have a diamond-coated surface and are used for lapping and polishing hard materials to achieve a high-quality surface finish.

  10. Diamond Engraving Tools: Diamond-coated engraving tools are used for engraving and marking hard materials like glass, ceramics, and metals with fine detail and precision.

  11. Diamond Core Drills: Electroplated diamond core drills are used for drilling holes in hard materials, including glass, ceramics, and stone.

  12. Diamond Cup Wheels: These are cup-shaped grinding wheels with a diamond-coated rim. They are used for surface grinding and profiling tasks on materials like concrete and stone.

  13. Diamond Cutoff Wheels: These wheels are designed for cutting applications, often in precision machining, where clean and precise cuts are required in materials like ceramics and glass.

  14. Diamond Flat Lap Disc: Employed for flat grinding and polishing of gemstones, glass, ceramics, providing a smooth and uniform surface finish.

  15. Diamond Grinder Heads: Attachments for glass grinders, used to shape and smooth the edges of glass pieces in stained glass and glass art projects.

  16. Diamond Cone: Designed for precise grinding and shaping  tasks, including the carving of various materials.

  17. Diamond Demo: A versatile tool for a wide range of applications, including cutting, grinding, and shaping  .

  18. Diamond Carving Wheel: Specifically designed for carving intricate patterns and designs into various materials.

  19. Diamond Disk with Magnetic: A specialized diamond disk equipped with a magnetic backing, providing secure and convenient attachment for specific applications.

Application

Electroplated diamond abrasive tools offer a wide range of features and capabilities that make them valuable for various applications. Here are some common features of different types of electroplated diamond abrasive tools:

  1. Diamond Grinding Wheels:

    • Precision Grinding: Capable of precise and accurate grinding for tool sharpening and fine surface finishing.

    • Versatile Applications: Suitable for grinding ceramics, glass, and hard metals, making them versatile tools in various industries.

  2. Diamond Grinding Burrs:

    • Detailed Grinding: Designed for detailed and intricate grinding tasks on hard materials.

    • Variety of Shapes: Available in various shapes to accommodate different grinding needs.

  3. Diamond Grinding Discs:

    • Flat Design: Flat and round discs provide even grinding and smoothing on surfaces.

    • Suitable for Multiple Materials: Effective for grinding stone, concrete, and glass surfaces.

  4. Diamond Mounted Points:

    • Precise Grinding: Small and cylindrical, they offer precision grinding and shaping  in tight spaces.

    • Accessibility: Ideal for grinding in hard-to-reach areas.

  5. Diamond Files:

    • Precision Filing: Designed for precise filing and shaping of materials with various shapes and sizes available.

    • Fine Detail Work: Suitable for fine detail work in jewelry making and toolmaking.

  6. Diamond Cutting Blades:

    • Cutting Efficiency: Efficiently cut through glass, ceramics, porcelain, and hard metals.

    • Versatile Shapes: Available in various shapes and sizes for different cutting tasks.

  7. Diamond Wire Saw Beads:

    • High Precision: Offers high precision cutting for large and thick materials like stone and marble.

    • Thick Section Cutting: Capable of cutting through thick sections with ease.

  8. Diamond Dressing Tools:

    • Wheel Maintenance: Used for truing and shaping grinding wheels to maintain their performance.

    • Essential for Precision: Crucial for precision grinding applications in industries like automotive and aerospace.

  9. Diamond Lapping Plates:

    • Surface Finishing: Used for lapping and polishing to achieve high-quality surface finishes.

    • Materials: Ideal for hard materials requiring fine surface finishes.

  10. Diamond Engraving Tools:

    • Fine Detail Engraving: Designed for engraving and marking hard materials with intricate details.

    • High Precision: Ideal for precise engraving work in jewelry and trophy making.

  11. Diamond Core Drills:

    • Drilling Efficiency: Efficiently drill holes in hard materials like glass and ceramics.

    • Versatile Sizes: Available in various sizes for different hole diameters.

  12. Diamond Cup Wheels:

    • Surface Grinding: Effective for surface grinding and profiling on materials such as concrete and stone.

    • Uniform Results: Provide a uniform and smooth finish.

  13. Diamond Cutoff Wheels:

    • Precision Cutting: Designed for clean and precise cuts in materials like ceramics and glass.

    • Essential for Accuracy: Common in precision machining applications.

  14. Diamond Flat Lap Disc:

    • Flat Grinding and Polishing: Used for achieving smooth and uniform surface finishes on gemstones, glass, and ceramics.

    • Consistent Results: Provide a consistent and high-quality finish.

  15. Diamond Grinder Heads:

    • Glass Art Applications: Attachments for glass grinders, used for shaping and smoothing glass edges in stained glass and glass art projects.

    • Convenience and Precision: Allow for precise glass shaping.

    • Versatile and Convenient: Offer versatility and convenience in specialized applications;

  16. Diamond Cone, Diamond Demo, Diamond Carving Wheel, Diamond Disk with Magnetic:

    • Specialized Applications: Designed for specific tasks, including carving, cutting, and grinding, in various materials.

Diamension

The dimensions of these diamond abrasive tools can vary depending on the specific type and application. a general overview of the typical dimensions for each category:

  1. Diamond Grinding Wheels:

  • Diameter: Typically range from 4 inches (100 mm) to 12 inches (300 mm) or more.

  • Thickness: Varies based on the wheel's intended use, with thinner wheels for precision grinding and thicker wheels for heavy-duty applications.

  • Arbor Hole: The central hole through which the wheel is mounted on a grinder spindle can vary in size.

  1. Diamond Grinding Burrs:

    • Diameter: Small burrs can be less than 1/8 inch (3 mm) in diameter, while larger ones can be several inches in diameter.

    • Length: Varies depending on the shape and type of burr.

  2. Diamond Grinding Discs:

    • Diameter: Commonly available in sizes ranging from 4 inches (100 mm) to 7 inches (180 mm) for handheld grinders.

    • Thickness: Typically thin for surface grinding applications.

  3. Diamond Mounted Points:

    • Length: Varies but often around 1 to 2 inches (25 to 50 mm).

    • Diameter: Typically in the range of 1/8 inch (3 mm) to 1/4 inch (6 mm).

  4. Diamond Files:

    • Length: Varies based on the file type and purpose, ranging from a few inches to longer files for specific tasks.

    • Types: Needle Files;Riffler Files;Flat Files;Half-Round Files;Round Files;Square Files;Triangle Files;Tapered Files;Slitting Files;Knife Files;Square Needle Files;Diamond-Coated Rifflers;Multi-Grit Files;Diamond Honing Files;Specialty Files;

  5. Diamond Cutting Blades:

    • Diameter: Range from small blades for rotary tools to larger circular saw blades for cutting applications. Sizes can vary from a few inches to over a foot.

  6. Diamond Wire Saw Beads:

    • Bead Diameter: Commonly in the range of 0.11 inches (2.8 mm) to 0.25 inches (6.4 mm) or more.

    • Wire Length: Depends on the wire saw machine and its specifications.

  7. Diamond Dressing Tools:

    • Dimensions vary widely based on the specific tool type and its intended use. Dressing tools come in various shapes and sizes.

  8. Diamond Lapping Plates:

    • Plate Size: Varies from small plates for handheld use to larger plates used in machinery, with sizes ranging from a few inches to several feet.

  9. Diamond Engraving Tools:

    • Tip Diameter: Typically very small, often less than 1/16 inch (1.5 mm).

    • Length: Varies depending on the specific tool and application.

  10. Diamond Core Drills:

    • Diameter: Range from small core drills for precision work to larger ones for heavy-duty drilling. Common sizes include 1/4 inch (6 mm) to several inches in diameter.

  11. Diamond Cup Wheels:

    • Diameter: Commonly available in sizes ranging from 4 inches (100 mm) to 7 inches (180 mm) for handheld grinders.

  12. Diamond Cutoff Wheels:

    • Diameter: Sizes vary, but common sizes for handheld rotary tools include 4 inches (100 mm) and 7 inches (180 mm).

  13. Diamond Flat Lap Disc:

    • Diameter: Typically range from a few inches to 8 inches (200 mm) or more.

    • Thickness: Varies based on the intended use.

  14. Diamond Grinder Heads:

    • Diameter: Varies based on the specific grinder head type and design.

  15. Diamond Bandsaw Blade

    • Diamond-Coated Edge: The blade's cutting edge is coated with industrial-grade diamond particles, which are one of the hardest materials on Earth. This ensures excellent cutting performance and longevity.

    • Continuous Rim or Segmented Rim: Diamond bandsaw blades can have a continuous rim (smooth edge) for smooth cutting or a segmented rim (notched edge) for faster material removal.

  16. Diamond Cone, Diamond Demo, Diamond Carving Wheel, Diamond Disk with Magnetic:

  • Dimensions depend on the specific tool type, shape, and intended application, but they are often small and designed for precision work.

Please note that these dimensions are general guidelines, and specific sizes and shapes may vary among manufacturers and based on the intended use of the tool. It's important to choose the right size and type of diamond abrasive tool for your specific application.

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FAQ

Q: How does diamond electroplating work?
Electroplating is the process where a metal object is coated with a thin layer of another metal using electrolysis. For most applications these metal coatings are thin, less than . 002 inch thick. With diamond tools, a strong layer of metal tool is electroplated to bond a single layer of diamond to the tool.
Q: What is the difference between electroplated and vacuum brazed?
Electroplated products are more aggressive but arguably more fragile, while vacuum brazed products are stronger but less sharp because of the duller, rounded crystals. These mechanics have a profound impact on selecting the correct tool for the material.
Q: What is an electroplated diamond?
Electroplated, or coated diamonds are bonded to the drill bit using nickel in a single layer and although won't last as long as sintered they are a cheaper alternative.
Q: Why is electroplating used on tools?
Improved hardness: Electroplating is often used to improve the strength and durability of substrate materials, making them less susceptible to damage from stress or rough use. This quality can help increase the lifespan of plated parts, reducing the need for replacement.
Q: What is the purpose of diamond plating?
The point of diamond plate is to provide traction to reduce the risk of slipping. In industrial environments, non-skid diamond plate is used for stairs, catwalks, work platforms, walkways and ramps to improve safety. Aluminum treads are popular in outdoor environments.
Q: What is the difference between electroplated and plated?
The difference between electroplating and chemical plating is that electroplating requires additional electric current and anodes, while chemical plating is dependent on the autocatalytic reaction occurring on the metal surface.
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