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Sinterlenmiş Elmas Uçlu Frez

Sintered Diamond Bur

sinterlenmiş elmas frez İlk kaba taşlama için, bu çapaklar malzemeyi hızlı ve agresif bir şekilde çıkaracaktır. Sinterlenmiş elmas, sadece şeklin dışına kaplanmakla kalmaz, çapağın içinden geçer. Sinterlenmiş elmas aletlerin teknolojisi, uzay endüstrisinde en sert malzemeleri işlemek için özeldi. Elmas taneciklerinin mekanik olarak basınçla sabitlenmemesi, ancak 2.5 kat daha yüksek tane konsantrasyonu ile güçlü bir yapışkan bağ oluşturması ve böylece elmas taneciklerinin aletin tüm hacmini doldurması ile diğer cihazlardan farklıdırlar. cam, yeşim taşı, seramik karo, mavi taş ve diğer taş malzemeleri oymak, cilalamak, delmek ve kesmek için. Müşterinin taleplerine göre sinterlenmiş elmas aletler de üretebiliriz.


Sintered diamond burs and points are cutting and shaping tools known for their high performance and durability. Their performance characteristics make them valuable in a wide range of applications. Here are some key performance attributes of sintered diamond burs and points:

  1. High Cutting Efficiency: Sintered diamond burs and points offer excellent cutting efficiency, allowing for the quick removal of material. Their diamond-impregnated abrasive surfaces can handle hard and abrasive materials with ease.

  2. Long Service Life: These tools are designed for durability and can maintain their cutting performance over an extended period. The sintered diamond particles are securely bonded to the tool's matrix, ensuring a long service life.

  3. Precise Shaping and Detailing: Sintered diamond burs and points provide precise shaping and detailing capabilities. They are capable of creating intricate patterns, fine lines, and intricate cuts with high accuracy.

  4. Minimal Heat Generation: During cutting and shaping, sintered diamond burs and points generate minimal heat. This is especially important when working with heat-sensitive materials like ceramics, glass, and some metals.

  5. Smooth Surface Finish: These tools can produce smooth and polished surface finishes, reducing the need for additional finishing processes. This is particularly valuable in applications where a high-quality surface is required.

  6. Versatility: Sintered diamond burs and points are versatile and suitable for use on a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, glass, stone, composites, and more. This versatility makes them ideal for various industries.

  7. Reduced Chipping: They minimize chipping and splintering of the material being worked on, resulting in cleaner and neater cuts, holes, or shapes.

  8. Ease of Control: Operators can easily control the cutting and shaping process with sintered diamond burs and points, allowing for precision and accuracy in various applications.

  9. Adaptability: These tools can be used with a variety of rotary tools and handpieces, making them accessible and adaptable to different equipment setups.

  10. Wet or Dry Use: Depending on the material and application, sintered diamond burs and points can be used for wet or dry cutting and shaping, offering flexibility in various work environments.

  11. Safety: Their design ensures safe operation and reduces the risk of accidents or tool failure during use.

  12. Cost-Effective: While they may have a higher upfront cost compared to some other cutting tools, their long service life and efficient cutting performance make them cost-effective in the long run, as they require fewer replacements.

  13. Wide Range of Shapes and Sizes: Sintered diamond burs and points are available in various shapes and sizes to suit different applications, allowing users to choose the right tool for their specific needs.

Grit Range

Metal bonded diamond grinding wheels are available in various grit sizes to accommodate different grinding and surface finish requirements. The grit size determines the coarseness or fineness of the abrasive particles on the wheel's surface. Here are the typical grit size classifications for metal bonded diamond grinding wheels:

  1. Coarse Grits (e.g., 60, 80, 100):

    • Coarse grit wheels are used for rapid material removal and are suitable for rough grinding applications.

    • They are often used when the initial shape and dimension of the workpiece need significant adjustment.

    • Coarse grit wheels leave a rougher surface finish.

  2. Medium Grits (e.g., 180, 220):

    • Medium grit wheels strike a balance between material removal and surface finish.

    • They are suitable for general-purpose grinding tasks where both removal rates and surface quality are important.

    • Medium grit wheels produce a moderate surface finish.

  3. Fine Grits (e.g., 360, 600):

    • Fine grit wheels are used for precision grinding applications where surface finish is critical.

    • They excel at producing smooth and fine surface finishes while still removing material effectively.

    • Fine grit wheels are commonly used for applications that require high precision and tight tolerances.


Sintered diamond burs and points are specialized cutting and shaping tools used in various applications, primarily in industries that require precision and durability:

  1. Dental Industry:

    • Tooth Preparation: Dentists use sintered diamond burs to prepare teeth for fillings, crowns, and other dental procedures. These burs offer precise shaping and minimal heat generation during tooth preparation.

  2. Jewelry Making and Gemstone Cutting:

    • Stone Shaping: Jewelers and gemstone cutters use sintered diamond burs to shape and carve precious and semi-precious stones for jewelry design and lapidary work.

  3. Aerospace and Aviation:

    • Precision Drilling: In aerospace and aviation, sintered diamond burs are used for precision drilling in composite materials, ceramics, and hard metals for aircraft and spacecraft components.

  4. Automotive Industry:

    • Metal and Composite Work: Automotive manufacturers use sintered diamond burs for drilling, shaping, and grinding various materials, including hardened steel, carbon fiber composites, and ceramics.

  5. Orthopedics and Medical Implants:

    • Bone and Implant Shaping: Orthopedic surgeons use sintered diamond burs for precise bone shaping during joint replacement surgeries and the shaping of medical implants.

  6. Electronics Manufacturing:

    • Circuit Board Production: Electronics manufacturers employ sintered diamond burs for drilling and shaping printed circuit boards (PCBs) and other electronic components.

  7. Glassworking:

    • Stained Glass and Glass Art: Artists and glassworkers use sintered diamond burs for carving and shaping glass pieces in stained glass and glass art projects.

  8. Precision Machining:

    • Tool and Die Making: Machinists and toolmakers use sintered diamond burs for shaping and detailing tools, dies, and molds with high precision.

  9. Ceramic and Tile Industry:

    • Tile and Ceramic Cutting: Sintered diamond burs are employed for cutting, shaping, and drilling ceramic tiles and other ceramic materials.

  10. Woodworking and Carving:

    • Inlay Work: Woodworkers and artisans use sintered diamond burs for inlay work and detailed carving in wood and other materials.

  11. Art Conservation:

    • Restoration Work: Conservators and restorers may use sintered diamond burs for precision work in restoring art and artifacts made from various materials.

  12. Archaeology:

    • Artifact Conservation: In archaeological conservation, sintered diamond burs are used for delicate work on ancient artifacts.

  13. General Fabrication:

    • Custom Fabrication: Custom fabricators and artists use sintered diamond burs for a wide range of shaping and detailing tasks in metal, plastic, and other materials.


Sintered diamond burs and points come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each designed for specific cutting, grinding, and shaping tasks. Additionally, they may have different shaft options for compatibility with various rotary tools and handpieces. Here is a list of common sintered diamond bur and point shapes and shaft options:

Shapes of Sintered Diamond Burs and Points:

  1. Round: Round-shaped burs and points are versatile and used for general-purpose cutting and shaping tasks.

  2. Cylinder: Cylinder-shaped burs are suitable for drilling, shaping, and contouring tasks. They come in various lengths and diameters.

  3. Conical: Conical-shaped burs have a tapered design, making them ideal for creating detailed cuts and contours.

  4. Flame: Flame-shaped burs are often used for carving and shaping tasks, especially in jewelry making and woodworking.

  5. Ball: Ball-shaped burs have a rounded tip and are used for carving, engraving, and creating concave shapes.

  6. Tapered: Tapered-shaped burs have a gradual taper and are excellent for fine detailing and precision work.

  7. Needle: Needle-shaped burs have a very fine, pointed tip, making them suitable for ultra-precise work and access to tight spaces.

  8. Inverted Cone: Inverted cone-shaped burs have a tapered, inverted design, making them ideal for countersinking and deburring tasks.

  9. Wheel: Wheel-shaped burs have a flat, circular profile and are used for cutting and grinding surfaces.

  10. Oval: Oval-shaped burs are suitable for creating elongated shapes and contours.

Shaft Options for Sintered Diamond Burs and Points:

Sintered diamond burs and points are available with different shaft options to fit various rotary tools and handpieces. Common shaft types include:

  1. Straight Shank: Straight shank burs have a cylindrical shaft that fits into collets or chucks on rotary tools.

  2. Friction Grip (FG) Shank: FG shank burs have a specific shank design for use with high-speed dental handpieces and other FG-compatible tools.

  3. Latch Shank: Latch shank burs have a flat end with a notch that locks into the chuck of a latch-type handpiece.

  4. Threaded Shank: Threaded shank burs have threads on the shaft, allowing them to screw directly into compatible rotary tools.

  5. Hex Shank: Hex shank burs have a hexagonal-shaped shaft for use with hexagonal collets or chucks.

  6. Quick-Change Shank: Quick-change shank burs are designed for rapid tool changes without the need for additional tools or collets.

  7. Mandrel Shank: Mandrel shank burs are mounted on a separate mandrel, which is then inserted into the rotary tool.

Shaft Diameter Options for Sintered Diamond Burs and Points:

Sintered diamond burs and points are available with different shaft diameters to fit various rotary tools and handpieces. Common shaft diameter sizes include:

  1. 1/16 inch (1.59mm): This smaller shaft size is often used in dental and precision applications.

  2. 1/8 inch (3.18mm): A common size used in many rotary tools and handpieces, including Dremel-type tools.

  3. 3/32 inch (2.38mm): Another size commonly used in dental and precision applications.

  4. 3mm: This metric shaft diameter is used in some rotary tools and micromotor handpieces.

  5. 6mm: Larger shaft diameters are typically used in industrial applications with heavy-duty rotary tools.

  6. Other Sizes: Depending on the manufacturer and specific tool design, you may find other shaft diameter options to match various equipment.

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Q: How do you use a diamond pad?

A diamond hand pad is a handheld abrasive tool with a flexible surface coated with diamond particles. It is used for grinding, smoothing, and polishing various materials, including stone, concrete, glass, and metal.

Q: How do I choose the right grit size for my project?

Select the grit size based on the initial condition of your workpiece and the desired level of surface finish. Coarse grits are suitable for rough grinding, while finer grits are used for smoothing and polishing.

Q: What safety precautions should I take when using diamond hand pads?

Wear safety goggles, a dust mask, and gloves to protect yourself from dust and debris. Additionally, work in a well-ventilated area or wear a respirator if working with fine dust particles.

Q: How do I maintain and clean my diamond hand pad?

After use, rinse the diamond hand pad with clean water to remove debris and residues. Gently pat it dry or allow it to air dry. Proper maintenance can prolong the pad's lifespan.

Q: What are some common applications for diamond hand pads?

Wear safety goggles, a dust mask, and gloves to protect yourself from dust and debris. Additionally, work in a well-ventilated area or wear a respirator if working with fine dust particles.

Q: What are the common grit sizes for diamond hand pads?

Diamond hand pads come in a range of grit sizes, from coarse (e.g., 50 grit) to fine (e.g., 3000 grit). The choice of grit depends on the specific task, with coarser grits used for material removal and finer grits for polishing.

Q: Do I need to use water or lubricant with a diamond hand pad?

Yes, using water or a specific lubricant is often necessary. It helps keep the surface cool, prevents overheating, and improves the effectiveness of the diamond particles in grinding and polishing. Some materials require dry grinding, so it's essential to check the manufacturer's recommendations.

Q: Can I use a diamond hand pad for dry grinding and wet grinding?

The suitability of a diamond hand pad for dry or wet grinding depends on the material and the pad itself. Some diamond hand pads are designed for wet use, while others are suitable for dry grinding. Check the manufacturer's specifications for guidance.

Q: Can diamond hand pads be used on curved or irregular surfaces?

Yes, diamond hand pads are versatile and can be used on flat, curved, or irregular surfaces. Their flexibility allows for contouring and shaping of various workpieces.

Q: Can I achieve a high-polish finish with a diamond hand pad?

Yes, with the right technique and progression through finer grits, you can achieve a high-polish finish on various materials using diamond hand pads. The finest grits are typically used for the polishing stage.

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