Increasing the efficiency of diamond edging of flat glass
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Increasing grinding efficiency by optimizing binder hardness and using stronger diamond powders at optimal concentration to decrease diamond grinding wheel usage is examined. The new grinding wheels which have a binder with HB100-105 hardness and AS50–AS65 diamond powder at concentration 62.5% are recommended for industrial use.
Key wordsdiamond grinding wheel diamond powder metal binder flat-glass edge surface roughness
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