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Diamond Wire Loop Saw Specifications

Loop diamond wire Saw specifications

Hans is a reliable supplier of cutting wires, including those coated with Diamond and CBN. These wires come in various grain sizes and can be customized to meet specific length requirements. When it comes to selecting the appropriate diamond or CBN wire loop diameter, the size of the cutting surface of the workpiece or sample is a crucial factor to consider. For instance, small grains are more suitable for fine surfaces, while a lower grain density is recommended for soft cutting materials.
Hans offers loop diamond wire with various specifications that can be further customized to meet specific requirements. Additionally, special requirements can be discussed to ensure that the cutting wires meet the unique needs of the customer. With Hans, customers can rest assured that they are receiving high-quality cutting wires that are tailored to their specific needs.

Tensile Strength:

The tensile strength of the diamond wire loop typically ranges from 100 N to 300 N. Tensile strength refers to the maximum force the wire can withstand when subjected to a pulling or stretching load. This specification is important to ensure that the wire can handle the mechanical stresses involved in cutting applications.

The speed at which the diamond wire loop can operate may vary depending on the specific equipment and application. Manufacturers may provide recommended speed ranges or specifications to achieve optimal cutting performance.speeds ranging from 30 to 60 meters per second
Grain Sizes (Grit Range):

Diamond wire loops can be manufactured with a range of grit sizes to suit different cutting needs, as previously mentioned.



Diamond wire loops can be customized in terms of length and other features to meet the specific requirements of the customer. Customization may also extend to factors like the type of wire core material or additional coatings for enhanced performance.
Diameter Selection:

The diameter of diamond wire loops typically ranges from 0.35mm to 2.5mm, as previously mentioned.
Grain Density:

The specific grain density options for the diamond coating on the wire may vary. We offer different diamond concentration levels to match the hardness of the material being cut, as previously discussed.
Special Requirements:

Diamond wire loop we provide ,can discussing and accommodating special requirements from customers. These special requirements could encompass unique tolerances, coatings, core materials, or other customizations to address specific cutting challenges or materials.
Quality Assurance:

Quality assurance remains crucial for diamond wire loops. We  maintain quality control measures and adhere to industry standards to ensure that their products are reliable, durable, and meet customer expectations. Quality assurance may include testing, inspection, and adherence to manufacturing and safety standards.
When procuring diamond wire loops for specific cutting applications, it's essential to communicate your requirements, including tensile strength, speed, grain sizes, and any special needs, to the us. This ensures that you receive a product that aligns with your precise cutting demands while maintaining quality and safety standards.

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