|Features:||Universal Thread Repair||Material:||35CrMo|
|Surface Finish:||Nickel Plating||Surface Roughness:||Ra0.5|
|Service Available:||OEM /ODM/Customized||Machining Precision:||Positioning Accuracy 0.007mm|
|Hardness:||30-40 Rockwell||Operating:||RPM500-30000, Coaxiality<0.05mm|
Nickel Plating diamond grinding tool,
35CrMo diamond grinding tool,
Ra0.5 high precision machining parts
Diamond nickel plating grinding tool with Tin and CBN machined parts.
Diamond, which is a mineral composed of carbon elements, is an allotrope of graphite, with a chemical formula of C, and is also the original body of common diamonds. Diamond is the hardest substance naturally occurring in nature.
The chemical composition of diamond is C, which is a homogeneous and polymorphic variant of carbon with graphite. In the chemical composition of minerals, it always contains elements such as Si, Mg, Al, Ca, Mn, Ni, and often contains impurity elements such as Na, B, Cu, Fe, Co, Cr, Ti, and N, as well as carbohydrates.
The hardness of diamond material is half higher than that of CBN material.
Due to its high hardness, diamond is very suitable for processing the following materials:
- All cemented carbide.
- Ceramics, oxide / non-oxide ceramics.
- High hardness alloy.
- Graphite, ferrite.
- Glass and non-metal materials.
- Sapphire and precious stone.
- Reinforced fiber composite.
(Cubic boron nitride) CBN is composed of boron and nitrogen. Compared with diamond, CBN has no carbon atoms and is very suitable for processing steel.
- Steel with hardness above 54HRC
- High Speed Steel (HSS)
- Tungsten tungsten chromium cobalt alloy
- Surface nickel-plated alloy
|Product name||Diamond nickel plating grinding tool with Tin and CBN machined parts|
|Surface Finish||Nickel Plating|
|Service available||OEM /ODM/Customized/Design|
|Process||CNC Machining,Tin and CBN plating|
|Inspection machine||CMM inspection machine,X-ray flaw detection instrument, Calipers|
|Features||Universal thread repair|
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A: Send us an inquiry e-mail, we will contact you as we receive your mail.
Q2: How long can I get the sample?
A: Depends on your specific items, within 3-7 days is required generally.
Q3: What's kinds of information you need for a quote?
A: Kindly please provide the product drawing in PDF, and will be better you can provide in STEP or IGS
Q5. Will my drawings be safe after sending to you?
A: Yes, we will keep them well and not release to the third party without your permission.
Q6: Is it possible to know how are my products going on without visiting your company?
A: We will offer a detailed production schedule and send weekly reports with pictures or videos which show the machining progress.
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