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2014-07-18 02:58:00 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Diamond Cutting Pick Domestic Situation & Future Prospect

With large mining machine widely used in unfavorable construction fields such as coal mining, tunnel shield, trench excavation, construction of highway and waterway cutting pick is an crucial tool for cutting rock.

2014-07-18 01:52:52 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Qinghai Xining Builds 50 Hundred Million Carat Diamond Project

According to iAbrasive report, to enlarge industry scale and guarantee continuing growth of industry economy, Ganhe industrial zone have further improved service to help companies solve problems and speed up project construction.

2014-07-14 07:33:41 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Diamond Emerges as a New Market in Stone Field

Stone application can be traced back to centuries ago when it was an essential component in housing construction and public buildings in China. Nowadays, the discovery of a new type of stone has broken the existing restrictions and sales pattern.

2014-07-12 01:50:11 UTC|iAbrasive.com

U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption Down 3.5% In May

May U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled $169 million, according to the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute and AMT. This total was down 3.5 percent from April's total and down 4.4 percent from May 2013.

2014-07-07 03:04:01 UTC|iAbrasive.com

China Carbon Nano Tube Research Wins World-class Achievement

Recently Chinese Scientists have accomplished world-class achievement in new material field: Professor Liyan from Peking University, together with her associate team, managed to work out methods to control growth rules of Carbon Nano Tube (CNT).

2014-07-01 07:32:29 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Henan University of Technology Held a Lecture Entitled "China Superhard Material 50-year Anniversary"

According to iAbrasive latest report, On June 26, a.m., Liying, Dean of Material Science & Engineering Institute in Henan University of Technology, delivered a special report themed "China Superhard Material 50-year Anniversary".

2014-06-25 07:20:51 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Study Shows Undisclosed Diamond Mixing Exaggerated

A study undertaken by the Indian Natural Diamond Monitoring Committee concluded that due to the small number of synthetic diamond produced, undisclosed mixing could only be occurring on a fairly small scale.

2014-06-25 02:11:59 UTC|iAbrasive.com

India's Polished Diamond Exports Declined 8% in May

India's polished diamond exports declined 8 percent year on year to $1.636 billion in May ‎‎2014, based on provisional figures from the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council. By ‎volume, exports fell 14 percent to 2.807 million carats.

2014-06-24 08:14:51 UTC|iAbrasive.com

The HPHT Natural Diamond Opportunity

Natural Diamond manufacturers and distributors of High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) are claiming an opportunity for their small, specialized niche advocates of HPHT-processed natural diamonds are working to change the perception of their product.

2014-06-24 07:10:01 UTC|iAbrasive.com

U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption Down 16.6% in May

In May, U.S. cutting tool consumption totalled $156 million, according to the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute and AMT, was down 16.6 percent from April's total and down 7.0 per cent from May 2013.

2014-06-21 03:53:54 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Synthetic Diamond Promoting Fair Trade

In view of India's position as a leading diamond hub and in order to eliminate this undisclosed mixing and ensure confidence of the international trade in the Indian industry, the Natural Diamond Monitoring Committee (NDMC) was formed.

2014-06-20 08:05:41 UTC|iAbrasive.com

New Synthetic Diamonds May Be The Hardest Gems Ever Made

Diamonds are the hardest naturally occurring minerals known to man. Even so, scientists are working to make them even tougher, in order to use the sparkling gems as tools for cutting.

2014-06-19 03:12:17 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Diamond Manufacturing Industry Fighting for Survival

Diamond manufacturers worldwide are fighting for their survival.

2014-06-17 08:34:07 UTC|iAbrasive.com

The U.S Cutting Tool Consumption Reached 1.75 Hundred Million Dollars

According to iAbrasive latest market research, statistics of United States Cutting Tool Institution show that in April, 2014, U.S cutting tool consumption reached 1.75 hundred million dollars, a 2.1% ring growth and a 3.3% year-on-year decline.

2014-06-16 02:39:33 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Eternal Tools Release New Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drills

There's no longer any need to use heavy household drills for delicate jobs with the release of the new Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drill Bits from Eternal Tools, which makes using Hobby and Rotary type drills possible on superhard materials.

2014-06-16 02:26:47 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Scientists Unveil Hardest Synthetic Diamond Ever Made

Chinese researchers from Yanshan University have created a synthetic diamond harder than its natural counterpart and able to withstand even hotter temperatures.

2014-06-13 07:02:26 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Chinese Scientists Develop Tougher Synthetic Diamonds

Scientists in China have synthesised microscopic diamonds that are harder, tougher and more stable than any made in nature or in a lab.

2014-06-13 06:32:37 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Nanodiamonds As Bacterial Killers

Exhibiting a diameter of 5 nanometers, nanodiamonds are 200-times smaller than a bacterium. Besides silver and copper, nanodiamonds might be used as a new effective agent against bacterial contaminations and infections.

2014-06-11 06:50:39 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Japan's Technology of Attaching Micro Diamond Particles to Tools

Recently, Tokyo Diamond Tools Manufacturing, Japan has developed a new technology to attach micro diamond particles to tools.--iAbrasive report

2014-06-10 01:52:17 UTC|iAbrasive.com

ECWC 2014: The Drilling and Routing Session

An interesting presentation on the optimisation of drilling parameters by investigation of drilling temperature and how the outcome led contributed to the development of an innovative single-edge tool geometry.

2014-05-27 08:14:46 UTC|iAbrasive.com

The "Transformer"—Nano Diamond Applied in Medical Science

Nano diamond can be applied in a series of industry fields. Its application in medical science has been broadened, including chemotherapy, enhancing bone growth and improving tolerance of dentistry implantation.

2014-05-23 07:55:14 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Beijing World Super Hard Tools Co., Ltd. Is to Hold Newly-Developed PCBN Cutters Release Meeting in Shanghai

iAbrasive.com gets a news that a new products release meeting for PCBN cutters is to be held on June 4th, 2014 in Shanghai by Beijing World Super Hard Tools Co., Ltd.

2014-05-22 09:40:37 UTC|iAbrasive.com

The world's greatest blue diamond was sold at $24 million by auction

In abrasives industry, diamond is favored for it’s the hardest material with outstanding chemical and physical properties. However, it is more favored by most women cause it’s so shining and beautiful.

2014-05-22 09:05:54 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Abrasives Production in Zhengzhou Accounts for 80% of China’s

Abrasives Production in Zhengzhou Accounts for 80% of China’s total abrasives production.

2014-05-21 03:35:44 UTC|iAbrasive.com

Innovation Can Change the Destiny of Enterprises

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