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1A1 Superhard Resin Bond Diamond Wheels,
Straight Resin Bond Diamond Wheels
What are superhard materials?
Superhard materials refer to materials whose hardness is comparable to diamond. The currently used superhard materials are mainly cubic boron nitride and diamond, but there are many superhard materials under development, such as boron carbide, twinned diamond, silicon carbide and other intergroup III and IV compounds.
Diamond is the hardest substance currently known in the world. In addition, the hardness of C60 may be as hard as diamond, but this has not yet been determined. Cubic boron nitride is second only to diamond in hardness. The hardness of these two superhard materials is much higher than that of other materials, including grinding tool materials corundum, silicon carbide, and tool materials such as carbide and high-speed steel.
Therefore, superhard materials are suitable for manufacturing tools for processing other materials, especially in processing hard materials. They have incomparable advantages and occupy an irreplaceable important position. Because of this, superhard materials have been widely used in industry. In addition to being used to make tools, superhard materials have some special properties in optics, electricity, and heat. They are important functional materials and have attracted people's attention. Their properties and uses in this area are constantly being researched and developed.
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