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Non-Slip Grinding / Deburring with Electro-Plated Diamond and CBN Tools

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LACH DIAMOND at IMTS in Chicago

Booth # 432054 (West Building)

Parallel to the increasing popularity of “lightweight” materials – such as fiber composites – GRP – CFRP – Clare – there is also an ever-increasing demand for machining tools that can improve performance and cost-efficiency.

PCD – polycrystalline cutting materials have long since proven their superiority to carbides during the machining of aluminum, GRP, CFRP, green ceramics, graphite and other materials.  

On the other hand, electro-plated diamond and CBN tools have been around for almost fifty years.

Electro-plated diamond or CBN files and grinding pins are essential for tool and mold construction.

Companies which are machining graphite as well as manufacturers of carbides and ceramics appreciate electro-plated tools, especially because of the possibility to quickly and efficiently coat a large variety of different tool shapes (mounted on steel bodies) with either coarse or fine diamond grit.

Today, machining specialists for fiber compound materials increasingly draw back on these long-term experiences – parallel to PCD tool development.

LACH DIAMOND offers all users extensive know-how in regards to the optimal diamond grain size – depending on individual tasks and existing machine conditions.

LACH DIAMOND offers a special service for all electro-plated diamond and CBN tools: Re-coating of submitted steel bodies or worn-out electro-plated tools – also for tools of other manufacturers.

Any questions? Our LACH DIAMOND team is looking forward to seeing you at IMTS – booth # 432054 West – to find the most efficient solution for you.

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