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Benchmark Abrasives carries a complete line of zirconia flap discs, as well as top-quality general-duty diamond blades and excellent surface conditioning abrasives. Your one-stop-shop for cutting, grinding, and sanding.

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A cutting tool is a device with a blade at the end of the shank to cut material. Diamond/CBN, high-speed tool steel, cemented carbide, ceramic, and ceramics are part of the blade material. Machining is a process used in manufacturing activities. In this process, by shearing from a preformed blank in the form of a chip, the excess portion of the material work is gradually eliminated.

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Coated abrasive is produced by bonding abrasive grains to backing material or flexible substrate using adhesives. Paper, fabric, vulcanized fiber, and plastic films are widely used as backing materials.

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Buffing may be a surface finishing process performed after polishing to provide a high luster to be polished. Buffing is a surface finishing process employed to shine wood, metal, or composites utilizing a wheel made from cotton.

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