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Esnek Elmas Aşındırıcı Şeritler

Flexible Diamond Sanding Strip

Esnek Elmas Şeritler ve Bantlar, basınca duyarlı yapışkan ile bir dübelin etrafına sarılabilir veya bir zımpara çubuğuna yapıştırılabilir. Çoğu malzemeyi pürüzsüzleştirir ve şekillendirir.Elmas şeritler, sert bir plastikle kullanılabilen 3/4 inç x 7 inç, 1 inç x 8 inç şerit, 3 .75 inç x 11.63 inç, 12 inç x 1 inç, 1.57 inç x 11.13 Velcro destekli elektrolizle kaplanmış elmaslardır. yüzey ve kenar zımparalama için dosya veya cam yüzeylerinizi taşlamak için ulaşılması zor alanlara girmek için parmakların veya diğer aletlerin etrafına sarın.
Elmas şerit setinde birer tane 60 tane, 120 tane, 200 tane ve 400 tane var. Bu şeritler bir dübelin etrafına sarılabilir veya uzun ömürlü bir kesme yüzeyi için düz bir yüzeye monte edilebilir. Çoğu malzemeyi düzleştirmek ve şekillendirmek için idealdir.
Esnek arka şerit 3/4 "x 7" boyutundadır ve bir dübelin etrafına sarılabilir veya basınca duyarlı yapışkanla bir zımpara çubuğuna tutturulabilir. Neredeyse her malzemede bir şekli düzeltmek için kullanılır.Bu tamamen esnek zımpara şeritleri, çömlek veya camdaki dar köşeler için mükemmeldir.Esnek Elmas Şeritler ve Bantlar, basınca duyarlı yapıştırıcı ile bir dübelin etrafına sarılabilir veya bir zımpara çubuğuna yapıştırılabilir. Çoğu malzemeyi pürüzsüzleştirir ve şekillendirir.


  1. Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips is characterized by their exceptional efficiency and versatility in grinding, polishing, and surface finishing applications. Here are some key performance attributes:

  2. High Material Removal Rate: The diamond abrasive particles embedded in these strips are renowned for their hardness and cutting efficiency. They can quickly remove material, making them ideal for tasks that require efficient stock removal.

  3. Precision Machining: These strips are designed for precision work. They excel at achieving tight tolerances, intricate shapes, and smooth finishes, making them valuable tools for applications where precision is critical.

  4. Versatility: Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are versatile and suitable for various materials, including metals, glass, ceramics, and stone. This versatility allows professionals to use them across a range of industries and applications.

  5. Smooth Surface Finish: The diamond abrasives provide excellent surface quality. Whether it's achieving a mirror-like polish or a specific surface roughness, these strips can deliver the desired finish.

  6. Durability and Longevity: Diamond abrasives are known for their durability. Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips have a longer lifespan compared to traditional abrasive materials, reducing the frequency of replacements and increasing cost-effectiveness.

  7. Flexibility: The strips are designed to conform to various shapes and contours, ensuring uniform material removal across complex workpieces. This flexibility is crucial for achieving consistent results in intricate applications.

  8. Cool Performance: These strips are designed to resist heat buildup during use, preventing damage to the workpiece and maintaining consistent performance over extended periods.

  9. Reduced Downtime: Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips can often outlast other abrasives, reducing downtime for replacements and increasing productivity.

  10. Ease of Use: They are user-friendly and can be used manually or with machinery, making them accessible for both professionals and hobbyists.

  11. Wide Grit Range: Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are available in various grit sizes, from coarse to fine. This range allows users to select the appropriate grit for their specific application, whether it involves aggressive material removal or fine finishing.

Grit Range

Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are indeed versatile tools that find applications in various grinding, polishing, and surface finishing tasks across a wide range of materials. The choice of grit size is crucial and depends on the specific task you are performing. Here's a breakdown of the recommended grit ranges for different applications:

  1. Coarse Grits (60 to 120):

    • Grinding: Coarse grits are used for material removal and shaping. They are effective for quickly removing stock material or for addressing rough surfaces, such as when shaping metal or stone.

    • Leveling: These grits can help level uneven surfaces and remove deep scratches or imperfections in the material.

  2. Medium Grits (240 to 400):

    • Intermediate Grinding: Medium grits are suitable for further refining surfaces after coarse grinding. They help smooth out the roughness left by coarse grits.

    • Pre-Polishing: These grits can prepare the surface for polishing by reducing visible scratches and providing a smoother finish.

  3. Fine Grits (600 to 1200):

    • Polishing: Fine grits are used for polishing applications. They can refine the surface to a high shine and remove finer scratches and imperfections.

    • Finishing: Fine grits are often the final step in the surface finishing process, leaving a polished and smooth surface.

  4. Very Fine Grits (1500 to 1800):

    • Ultra-Polishing: Very fine grits are used when an extremely high level of surface polish is required. They can eliminate even the tiniest imperfections and create a mirror-like finish.

    • Final Touch: These grits are commonly used in applications where an exceptional level of surface quality is essential, such as in the production of precision optics or high-end jewelry.

Keep in mind that the specific application, the material you are working with, and the desired finish will dictate the choice of grit size. It's often advisable to start with a coarser grit and progress to finer grits as needed to achieve the desired result while minimizing the risk of damaging the material. Proper technique and equipment are also critical factors in achieving the best results with flexible diamond abrasive strips.


  1. Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are versatile tools designed for various grinding, polishing, and surface finishing applications. These strips consist of a flexible base material coated with diamond abrasive particles, making them highly effective for precision work on a variety of materials, including:

  2. Metal: Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are used for deburring, edge rounding, and surface finishing on metal components. They are capable of achieving smooth and polished finishes on metals such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and more.

  3. Glass: Glassworking professionals use these strips to shape, bevel, and polish glass edges. They are instrumental in creating smooth and clear glass surfaces for applications like glassware production, mirrors, and glass art.

  4. Ceramics: Ceramic materials often require precise shaping and finishing. Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are used to grind and polish ceramics, ensuring the desired shape and surface quality are achieved.

  5. Stone: In stonework, these strips are employed for tasks like edge profiling, shaping, and honing. They are particularly useful for the stone countertop fabrication industry.

  6. Composite Materials: Industries working with composite materials, such as aerospace and automotive, utilize these strips for precision machining, finishing, and surface preparation of composite components.

  7. Wood: While less common, these strips can also be used for woodworking applications, especially when fine detailing and finishing are required on wooden surfaces.

  8. Plastics: In the plastics industry, Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips are employed for precise material removal, shaping, and finishing of plastic parts.

  9. Jewelry: Jewelers use these strips for intricate shaping and polishing of gemstones and precious metals in the production of jewelry.

  10. The flexibility and adaptability of these strips make them valuable tools for professionals in various industries. Whether it's achieving precise angles, bevels, or curves, or simply obtaining a high-quality surface finish, Flexible Diamond Abrasive Strips offer the precision and versatility needed for a wide range of applications.


  1. Size (Diameter): The bands come in various sizes to accommodate different tools and applications, with diameters including 10x20mm, 15x30mm, 22x20mm, 25x25mm, 30x30mm, 45x30mm, and 50x40mm.

  2. Customized:customized to meet specific size requirements based on your particular needs and applications. Customized sizes offer the flexibility to adapt to various projects and surfaces. Whether you require smaller sheets for precision work or larger sheets for more extensive tasks, Our factory can often accommodate your requests for diamond sandpaper sheets in the size that best suits your requirements. When ordering customized sizes, be sure to provide the dimensions and quantity needed to ensure you receive the tailored product you require.

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Q: What are the advantages of a flap wheel?

Advantages. The advantages of a flapwheel over a traditional disk are twofold: The separate flaps each attack the workpiece surface at a slightly different angle, and this varies slightly with tool angle. This avoids the common problem with flat sheets, where they produce repeated identical scratches.

Q: What is the difference between flap wheel and grinding wheel?

Flap discs are ideal for grinding, blending, finishing, and polishing surfaces, as well as removing rust, paint, and weld seams. Grinding discs are typically used for heavy-duty material removal, such as removing large welds, and shaping and smoothing metal edges.

Q: What is the best flap disc for grinding welds?

Flap discs are good for removing heavy weld seams and excess material while providing a long service life: For general use, the recommendation is a 60-grit ceramic flap disc. For greater speed and stock removal, a Type 29 conical is the best choice.

Q: What is a flap disc grinding wheel used for?

A flap disc is an abrasive product used to contour and shape metal. It consists of overlapping abrasive flaps glued to a backing plate and is regularly used for welding, machining, heavy-duty equipment work, and industrial maintenance. Common applications include: Cleaning flash from molds and castings.

Q: What is the best grit for flap discs?

Deburring and deflashing: 60 grit abrasive grain is ideal for deburring and deflashing work. Rust removal and blending: Abrasive grit in the more expansive range from 60 to 80 is optimal for finer work like rust removal and blending.

Q: Which grit flap disc would leave the smoothest finish on metal?

For finishing and sanding metal, a 120-grit flap disc could be your best option. Flat head flap discs best suit the purpose of finishing metal.

Q: What is the best flap wheel for stainless steel?

Designed for both mild and stainless steel, flap wheels made from zirconia (or zirconium) abrasive ribbon (blue / green in colour) are ideal for use on most metals including stainless steel. Other flap discs on the market made from using aluminium oxide abrasive ribbon are not suitable for use on stainless steel.

Q: Can you put a flap disc on a bench grinder?

Unmounted large flap wheels can conform to most shapes and are especially effective on pipes, tubes and other cylindrical items and are designed to be used on a bench grinder, pedestal grinder, or straight finishing tool with a 1 inch arbor.

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