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16 October 2017 The broad utility of Trizac diamond tile
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Proceedings Volume 10448, Optifab 2017; 104480E (2017)
Event: SPIE Optifab, 2017, Rochester, New York, United States
Sample finishing data from a broad range of materials — glasses, sapphire, silicon carbide, silicon, zirconium oxide, lithium tantalate, and flooring materials — are shown effectively processed with Trizact™ Diamond Tile (TDT). This data should provide the reader with an understanding of what to expect when using TDT on hard to grind or brittle materials. Keys to maintaining effective TDT pad wear rates, and therefore cost effect and stable processes, are described as managing 1) the proper lubricant flow rate for glasses and silicon-type materials and 2) the conditioning particle concentration for harder-to-grind materials
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John I. Gagliardi, Vincent D. Romero, Bruce Sventek, and Lijun Zu "The broad utility of Trizac diamond tile", Proc. SPIE 10448, Optifab 2017, 104480E (16 October 2017);


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