Diamond compound paste is a soft abrasive made of diamond micronized abrasives and paste-like binders, which can also be called loose abrasives. It is used to grind hard and brittle materials for a high surface finish.

How to use diamond compound paste:

According to the material and processing requirements of the workpiece, select the appropriate grinding device and compound paste. Commonly used grinders are blocks and plates made of glass, cast iron, steel, aluminum, plexiglass and other materials, diluent water-soluble abrasive paste with water or glycerin; kerosene for oil-soluble abrasive paste.

1. Diamond grinding is a kind of precision processing, the processing requires the environment and tools to be clean and clean, the tools used require each particle size to be dedicated, and must not be mixed.

2. The workpiece must be cleaned before switching to a different particle size of the grinding paste during the processing process, so as to avoid the coarse particles of the previous process from being mixed into the fine-grained abrasive paste to scratch the workpiece.

3. When using a small amount of grinding paste squeezed into the container or directly squeezed on the grinding device, diluted with water, glycerin or kerosene, the general water paste ratio is 1:1, can also be adjusted according to the use of the site, the finest particles only need to add a small amount of water, with the particle size of the thickening of the appropriate amount of glycerol added.

4. After the grinding is completed, the workpiece should be cleaned with gasoline, kerosene or water.

Composition of diamond compound paste: According to the composition of the abrasive contained, it can be divided into polycrystalline diamond and single crystal diamond; according to the type of solvent, there are oily and watery.

The main use of diamond compound paste

Diamond compound paste is mainly used for grinding and polishing of tungsten steel molds, optical molds, injection molds, etc.; grinding and polishing in the process of metallographic analysis experiments; grinding and polishing of dental materials (dentures); grinding and polishing of jewelry and jade crafts; grinding and polishing of optical lenses, hard glass and crystals, superhard ceramics and alloys.

Post time: Mar-22-2022