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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 64, Issue 7–8, pp 281–284 | Cite as

Improving processing of large prisms

  • S. K. Mamonov
Materials Processing
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Abstract

The process schemes for processing large prisms from blocking in gypsum and treatment with free abrasives with conversion to individual strengthening and use of a combined diamond instrument in coarse and fine polishing operations were examined. The results of improving processing with conversion to fine polishing operations from a spot to a lamellar instrument and from glass wool to PTS cloth in polishing are reported.

Keywords

Plate Element Diamond Powder Fine Diamond Spot Element Free Abrasive 
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