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Definition of Diamond Files

Diamond files are bonded abrasive blocks or coated sheets that are adhered onto the surface of a rigid, rectangular-shaped support.

From: Date: 2013-12-13 02:05:58Views: 332

Diamond files are bonded abrasive blocks or coated sheets that are adhered onto the surface of a rigid, rectangular-shaped support. These file may also have an integral handle. Diamond files include very narrow file belts for portable abrasive file grinders. 

Diamond files are suitable for use on hardened steels and hard metal components, and for filing workpieces made of glass, ceramics, and fibre-reinforced plastics. Diamond needle files are designed for general use in tool and die making. Diamond needle file sets are supplied in a pouch for protection against corrosion and mechanical damage. Diamond riffler files are used for work in hard-to-reach areas and on complex shapes. Diamond riffler file sets are supplied in a plastic pouch for protection against corrosion and mechanical damage.

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