Diamond Marble Polishing Pad

1 High efficiency and long lifespan
2 Competitive price and stable quality
3 Production capacity: 60,000 pieces/month
4 Various polishing pad sizes, grits and types available
5 component: resin and diamond
6 Adapter: hook and loop

Diamond Marble Polishing Pad

Experienced manufacturer of Diamond Marble Polishing Pad, we supply diamond segments, diamond saw blades, diamond wire saw and diamond grinding tools for stone factories, quarries and wholesalers all over the world.


Dry and wet use, diamond polishing pads are backed with Velcro, can be mounted on a rigid backer pad to fit on angle grinder, floor polishing machine, other hand hold machine to polish, maintain, or restore for granite ,marble, sandstone, onyx, limestone, travertine, quartz stone, artificial stone, andesite, volcanic, lava stone, basalt, microcrystal stone, blue stone, dolomite and construction materials (concrete, tile, ceramic, asphalt, floor) to reduce cost and increase polishing efficiency.

Packaging and Shipping for Diamond Polishing Pad

The inner packaging is carton, outside packaging is according to the transport way, if by air, we recommend carton package which will reduce the weight; if by sea, we recommend crate which is seaworthy. Other packaging is also available upon your request.
Urgent order with less weight or samples, courier service is recommended;
Normal (regular) order which weight over 45kgs, delivering by air is recommended;
Big diameter saw blades or heavy weight products, shipping by sea is recommended.
Edgestone will offer advices according to the actual order requirements.

Our Services

1. Fine raw materials are used for processing, high grade raw materials, imported cobalt powder and high-quality diamond single crystals, to ensure the best performance of our products.
2. Customized designs are available. We can also help customers design and develop new products, and adjust cutting efficiency and lifespan upon your request.
3. Knowledgeable sales representatives are available to reply all inquiries and e-mails within 24 hours.
4. Every details will be confirmed with you before production.
5. Each processing would be completed by our skillful worker.
6. Strict quality management system. During the whole production process, from raw material choosing, processing to packing, our quality assurance people will strictly control each single and every process to guarantee quality standards and punctual delivery.
7. Detailed and clear pictures will be sent before packing and loading for you.
8. We will keep you update of the order and shipping status till you get the products smoothly.

If you're interested in Diamond Marble Polishing Pad, just feel free to contact us, we will keep providing excellent service and good quality products for you.

Contact Info.

Sales Manager: Adam Li
Phone/WhatsApp: 0086-15805032000
Skype: adam-li@outlook.com

Obviously, for a large number of cutting edges that are not sufficiently sharp, using a high feed rate will result in a high depth of penetration, thus shortening the life of the diamond tool. At the same time, we can see from equation (4-3) that in the so-called slow state, ie, low flywheel speed and     With a short stroke length, the wear of the tool will become poor.    The diamond wire saw can adapt to most of the sawing tasks, and can improve the structure of the sawing surface, reduce noise and vibration, Therefore, it has been widely used as a standard tool for stone mining in the processing of stone and concrete. In contrast to other metal tool binders, the impregnated diamond beads in the wire saw are regularly attached to the elastic support member ropes at certain intervals. The support member is a steel cable formed by twisting many high strength stainless steel ropes together. The cutting force is generated by grinding the surface of the workpiece by pulling a saw wire with a certain pretension. The principle is shown in Figure 4-8. In order to grind the entire surface of the workpiece in the same manner, the wire saw should be rotated in the saw slot but the beading should not rotate on the cable, so the diamond bead must be firmly fixed on the cable. Correct bead design and pretwisting of the steel cable about its central axis prior to continuous loop assembly will facilitate uniform bead wear. In practical applications, the correct choice of sawing mode is a necessary condition for obtaining satisfactory machining results. Contrary to circular saws and frame saws, diamond beading does not have a specific shape, and it is completely elastic. Therefore, the simple model for deducing equations (4-1) and (4-3) cannot be applied to wire sawing. In addition to the case shown in Fig. 4-8(a), the maximum cutting thickness for wire sawing can be calculated by the formula (4 -4):  In the type: u one steel wire speed, mis. It should be noted that the above formula is valid only when the wire rope has been completely sawed and its offset is small enough and can be stabilized at a nearly constant value. In stone machine, as shown in Figure 4-8(h) and Figure 4-8(c), the length and shape of the cutting zone will change significantly with time, so there is no simple algorithm for h. Estimates. We also expect that the distribution of the force that is generated by the cable driving system and loaded on the working part of the diamond wire saw is, of course, very complicated. Diamond Marble Polishing Pad. In the simplified model of diamond wire saw cutting area, as shown in Fig. 4-9, it is assumed that the forces acting on a single cutting point are equal. Because of the small value of α, the normal diamond loading force Ft can be approximated by the following formula. :    Where: F, cable tension, N: F one by one centrifugal force, N; m, one unit length quality, kg; r - Local radius of curvature of the cutting zone, m. The loading force can finally be estimated by equation (4 -6): Gong = (F, - m1v:)1 (4 -6) According to the experimental data, there is a direct relationship between the force carrying force and the depth of diamond cutting, and it is a complete linear relationship. From (4 - 6 ), it can be seen that when the operating variables are determined, the theoretical local cutting thickness will depend on the curvature of the wire saw. Initially, as shown in Fig. 4-10, the wire rope is clearly bent at the corner A: as the sawing continues, it gradually tends to a more regular shape C B) . When the wire saw blade carriage approaches the end of the trajectory, cutting is often not completed, so it is necessary to shorten the length of the wire saw and then restart cutting. When the wire saw enters the cutting zone B', the wire is forced to move away from its linear motion, after which the wire saw wraps around the smooth zone C, the curvature of which increases continuously in the D state. As can be seen from the above example, the configuration of the cutting zone is complex and changes with time, so there is no simple way to estimate the chip thickness distribution across the cutting zone.