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Diamond Polishing Compound, 1 piece, 5 grams

(3 customer reviews)

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A multi-purpose diamond compound used both in manual and machine polishing and sharpening.

  • Extends working life of a tool and assists in building a sharper, stronger edge.
  • Creates a highly polished, shiny, mirror finish.
  • Usage: apply oil-based compound to a flat surface, using precise angle control, sharpen tool against the compound to achieve desired results.
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SKU: WS-DP Category: Product ID: 3799

Description

TechDiamondTools diamond polishing paste is a multi-purpose oil-based compound made in California USA. It is used both in manual and machine polishing and sharpening. It extends the working life of a tool, assists in building a sharper, stronger edge, and creates a highly polished, shiny, mirror finish.

You can use our diamond paste on metal surfaces as well as ceramic, glass, and other mineral products. In addition to polishing and sanding, the diamond paste can clean the surfaces of any of these materials + semiconductors.

Brand New Diamond Polishing Lapidary Paste is ready-packed for dispensing in syringes.

Specifications:

  • Size: Grit 200,000-400
  • Concentration: High (50%), Medium (25%), and Light (10%) – at your option.
  • Weight: 5 grams /0.176 oz
  • Oil-based, easy to use.
  • Oil-soluble.
  • Excellent cutting rates.

Intended use:

  • Best use with the wool polishers for polishing.
  • Suitable for use on jewelry and gemstones, steel and hard metal, super hard materials.
  • Recommended for polishing various metals, alloys, minerals, glass, ceramics, carbides, semiconductors.
  • Apply oil-based compound to a flat surface, using precise angle control, sharpen tool against the compound to achieve desired results.

You can choose polishing compound from the following grits:

  • 200,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-0.1 basic range size from 0 to 0,1 Microns – The Finest Polish
  • 100,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-0.25 basic range size from 0 to 0,25 Microns – Final Polish
  • 50,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-0.5 basic range size from 0 to 0,5 Microns – Final Polish
  • 14,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-1 basic range size from 0 to 1 Microns – Final Polish
  • 8,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-2 basic range size from 0 to 2 Microns – Mirror Finish
  • 5,000 Grit, Mesh = 1.5-3 basic range size from 1.5 to 3 Microns – Mirror Finish
  • 4,000 Grit, Mesh = 2-4 basic range size from 2 to 4 Microns – Mirror Finish
  • 3,000 Grit, Mesh = 3-6 basic range size from 3 to 6 Microns – Fine Polish
  • 2,000 Grit, Mesh = 4-8 basic range size from 4 to 8 Microns – Fine Polish
  • 1,500 Grit, Mesh = 6-12 basic range size from 6 to 12 Microns – Pre Polish, Fine Lapping
  • 1,200 Grit, Mesh = 12-20 basic range size from 12 to 20 Microns – Lapping Metals
  • 1,050 Grit, Mesh = 14-18 basic range size from 10 to 16 Microns – Lapping Metals
  • 800 Grit, Mesh = 12-22 basic range size from 12to 22 Microns – Stock Removal or Lapping Metals
  • 600 Grit, Mesh = 22-36 basic range size from 22to 36 Microns – Stock Removal or Lapping Metals
  • 500 Grit, Mesh = 36-54 basic range size from 36 to 54 Microns – Medium Fast Lapping
  • 400 Grit, Mesh = 54-80 basic range size from 54 to 80 Microns – Medium Fast Lapping

Additional information

Weight 0.0625 oz
Dimensions 5 × 6 × 1 in
Concentration

High (50%), Medium (25%), Light (10%)

3 reviews for Diamond Polishing Compound, 1 piece, 5 grams

  1. bobby gandotra

    works great on glass surfaces. My apple watch polished like new all scratches gone.

  2. Suzanne

    200,000 (H) Grit
    100% this takes a fresh cured resin piece & not only gives it a smooth surface like silk but magnifies the shine & of the iridescent colors underneath when using a holographic or iridescent glitter in the resin. Like the Parmesan Reggiano finishing touch to the pasta dish – it’s ok without it but OMG! The final touch makes all the difference.
    I’ll send you picks over the weekend & yes a whole different market than your original intent needs you & the containers you use are clean easy & allow the smallest amount used.

  3. James

    I am an amature lapidary who only just started working about a year ago. I began using TechDiamondTools diamond polishing pastes at that time. I have used most of their available compounds, from 44 micron (400 grit) to 0.1 micron (200,000 grit), and have had great success with them, even though I’m still very new to the craft. I have used their products on a very wide variety of materials, including acrylic plastic, granite, quartz, agate, tiger’s eye, aluminum, copper, brass, zinc, titanium, steel, tungsten, and a great big 40mm decorative cube of solid tungsten carbide (which is a wonderful geek present for a chemist like me). One noteworthy piece (besides the WC cube) is a zinc plating anode ball that I cut in half, polished, and then etched with HCl to show the metallic crystal structure. In every case, from soft plastic to ultra-hard engineering material, TechDiamondTools diamond pastes have worked exceptionally well.

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