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"How to create a diamond abrasive surface on a metal strip"



2005

Within the dental field we currently use a small strip of metal (.0015 thick) with diamonds on it for a final finishing. I would like to know the process which is used to adhere the diamonds to the strips. We are currently working on our own design of a finishing strip and would like to get a knowledge and a source for the diamond application to our finishing strip. Any help would be helpful..

Scott Doenges
dental solutions - Spring Lake, Michigan
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2005

In this forum you may get some vague ideas about plating with nickel and adding the particles in a certain moment. But very few people in the world dominate that specialty to the fine detail and I doubt any of them will be willing to disclose it for free. R&D means exactly that: not only search, but research and develop. And it is more easily said than done.

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
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