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Semi-Flexible Diamond Sanding Pads


Achieve unparalleled smoothness and precision in ceramic and glass crafting with our Semi-Flexible Diamond Sanding Pads, essential tools engineered for grinding, smoothing, and polishing ceramics and glass effortlessly. With highly effective diamond grit, these pads excel in smoothing high-fired glaze or clay, providing exceptional efficiency compared to conventional abrasives. Suitable for wet or dry use on bisqued or high-fired glaze or clay, they offer versatility and reliability for various applications in ceramic and glass artistry.

Hans'S Semi-Flexible Diamond Sanding Pad is a must-have tool for ceramic and glass artists. This pad is designed to grind, smooth, and polish ceramics and glass with ease. Its diamond grit is highly effective in smoothing off high-fired glaze or clay, making it much more efficient than any other type of sandpaper or abrasive.It can be used wet or dry on any bisqued or high-fired glaze or clay or glass. It is perfect for smoothing off grit or glaze, clay, or any other material that is stuck to the bottom of a piece after firing. It can also be used to smooth off the bottom of a piece to prevent it from scratching a table or snagging a fabric tablecloth.Please note that this product listing is for one pad in your desired grit. The pad is available in three grits: 60, 120, and 240.

Key Features:

  1. Efficient Grinding and Smoothing: This Diamond Sanding Pad  is a powerhouse when it comes to smoothing high-fired glaze, clay, or glass. It outperforms conventional sandpaper, making it an ideal choice for artists seeking precision and efficiency.

  2. Wet or Dry Use: The Pad can be used either wet or dry, depending on your specific needs. Whether you're working on bisqued or high-fired glaze, clay, or glass, this Pad provides outstanding results.

  3. Versatile Application: This Pad is perfect for various tasks. It excels in smoothing grit, glaze, clay, or any other material that might adhere to the bottom of your ceramic piece after firing. Moreover, it can be used to ensure the bottom of your piece is smooth, preventing scratches on surfaces or fabric tablecloths.

  4. Grit Options: The product listing offers the pad in three different grits: 60, 120, 240,400,600,1200,1500 and 1800Grit. This allows you to select the appropriate grit for your specific project.

Please note that each order includes one pad in your chosen grit. Hans's Semi-Flexible Diamond Sanding Pad is a reliable and versatile tool that will elevate your ceramic and glass work.

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What is the company Diamond Tool?

Diamond Tool is a full line contractor supply house. With a 20,000 square foot showroom, in-house repair department, large rental equipment fleet, knowledgeable inside and outside sales staff, and emphasis on safety service solutions, Diamond Tool brings something unique to contractors everyday.

How do you electroplate diamond tools?

In the diamond electroplating process, the tool body (negatively charged) is placed in a tank where the diamond grit (positive charge) is “tacked” to the exposed surface. Nickel is then electroplated to strengthen the hold of the diamond grit to the body.

How are diamond coated tools made?

Plated diamond tools: These tools are made by fixing the diamonds onto the tool's base via electroplating method or via CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) method. They can usually be made to good processing precision. Ceramic-bonded diamond tools: The tools' bonding material is usually glass and ceramic powder.

What are the benefits of diamond tools?

Tools that use diamonds have higher wear resistance, higher grinding efficiency, and a longer lifespan. Diamond saws and drills will help ensure a high-quality cut for concrete projects, and will reduce time and effort. Synthetic diamonds are a regular fixture in the construction industry.

What are electroplated diamond tools?

Electroplated diamond tools have a monolayer of abrasive coating on a metal substrate. The individual diamond grits are bonded through an electroplated nickel layer. They project well out of the bond so that very open, easy cutting tools with exceptionally large chip spaces are created.

What kinds of processes require the use of diamond tools?

1. Geological Exploration and Mining. Diamond cutting tools are used in the oil/gas industry for drilling and mining bits. ... 2. Construction. ... 3. Stone Processing Applications. ... 4. IT and Home Appliances. ... 5. Engineering Ceramics Applications.

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