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Carbon Tool Steel CBN Diamond Wheel For Machining Workpiece D151 Grit

Carbon Tool Steel CBN Diamond Wheel For Machining Workpiece D151 Grit

  • High Light

    cubic boron nitride grinding wheels


    diamond and cbn grinding wheels

  • Carten Colour
  • Feature
    File Up The Workpiece
  • Size
    Customized According To Your Requirements And Drawings
  • Material
  • Inner Hole
    Customized According To Your Requirements
  • Grit
    D126 / D151
  • Place of Origin
  • Brand Name
  • Certification
  • Model Number
    Diamond Files
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    5 pcs
  • Price
  • Packaging Details
    Purple color box
  • Delivery Time
    AT the moment
  • Payment Terms
    L/C, T/T
  • Supply Ability
    3000 pcs per month

Carbon Tool Steel CBN Diamond Wheel For Machining Workpiece D151 Grit

Diamond Files Were Widely Used To Cut The Inside Right Angle Surface






File is made of carbon tool steel T12 or T13 after heat treatment and then quenching the working part. It is a small production tool. It is a manual tool for filing workpieces. Used for metal, wood, leather and other surface micro processing.

The thickness of file teeth is determined by the allowance of the workpiece, machining accuracy and material properties. Coarse tooth file is suitable for machining workpiece with large allowance, low dimensional accuracy, large shape and position tolerance, large surface roughness value and soft material. Instead, select a fine tooth file. Use, according to the requirements of the workpiece machining margin, dimensional accuracy and surface roughness to choose the size.




We can make thousands of diamond files one month, and our products are always in stock .So you can rest assured of the delivery date of our products




By following the rules below, the file will last longer:

Do not file hard metal with a new file;

Do not file the quenching material;

Forgings and castings with hard or sticky sand must be worn off by a grinder before a semi-sharp file can be used for cutting.

A new file is used on one side first, and when the surface is dull, on the other side.

When filing, always use a wire brush to remove the chip on the teeth of the file.