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  • Modern Diamond Cutting and Polishing

    102 Modern Diamond Cutting GEMS & GEMOLOGY Summer 1997 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mr. Caspi, an electronics engineer, is general manager of Advanced Diamond Technology Ltd., Holon, Israel (fax: 972-3-5595139; e-mail: [email protected]). As a member of the Israel Diamond Institute in Ramat-Gan from 1987 to 1997, he was closely involved in adapting modern

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  • ABRASIVE PRODUCTS - Diamond Products

    2021-8-12 · A major event in the history of diamond cutting was the invention of the bruting machine by Henry D. Morse and Charles M. Field in the early 1870’s. They established British and U.S. patents for steam-driven bruting machines in 1874 and 1876 respectively. The first electric bruting machine was invented in 1891.

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  • Modern Diamond Cutting and Polishing

    102 Modern Diamond Cutting GEMS & GEMOLOGY Summer 1997 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mr. Caspi, an electronics engineer, is general manager of Advanced Diamond Technology Ltd., Holon, Israel (fax: 972-3-5595139; e-mail: [email protected]). As a member of the Israel Diamond Institute in Ramat-Gan from 1987 to 1997, he was closely involved in adapting modern

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  • ABRASIVE PRODUCTS - Diamond Products

    2002-5-25 · Grinding. Grinding, usually with silicon carbide wheels or diamond-impregnated wheels, is used to shape gemstones to a desired rough form, called a preform.As with sawing, a coolant/lubricant (water or oil) is used to remove debris and prevent overheating. Very coarse diamond or silicon carbide, such as 60 grit, or mesh, (400 micron particles) or 100 grit (150 micron particles) is used for ...

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  • Overview of Diamond Polishing - University of Sydney

    2015-10-29 · Diamond Cutting by Basil Watermeyer. Chapters: 1 Diamond Identification, 2 Rough Diamond, 3 Preparation of Rough, 4 Polishing Grains of Natural Surfaces, 5 Faceting of Windows, 6 Marking and Designing, 7 Cleaving, 8 Sawing, 9 Girdles, 10 Bruting, 11 Polishing Wheel and Bench, 12 Loupe, 13 Tang and Dop History, 14 Compass of Polishing Grains, 15 ...

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  • ABRASIVE PRODUCTS - Diamond Products

    2019-8-5 · A catalytic grinding wheel was developed by Tsai et al. [2007] to shorten the polishing time and decrease surface roughness of a diamond film [Tsai et al., 2007]. Cast iron was used as the binder in the primary diamond grinding wheel and acted as catalyst. Thus, a

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