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  • Industrial diamond manufacturers | Shannon Abrasives

    Diamond Manufacturers Since 1987. Established 30 years, Shannon Abrasives is a global partner in the field of Super Abrasive Industrial Diamond Materials. We supply a comprehensive range of synthetic and natural diamond solutions to diamond tool manufacturers in the Drilling, Construction and Precision Machining industrial sectors. Dedicated ...

  • Characteristics of Synthetic Polycrystalline Diamond Tools ...

    3) Diamond polycrystalline has stable cutting performance. Large grain diamond single crystals can be sharpened after grinding, but they are blunt after a certain period of time, so the cutting force increases, the roughness of the working . surface becomes worse, and the tool must be reground. In contrast to diamond polycrystals, the cutting ...

  • PDC Cutter, PCD Blanks, PCD Cutting Tools, Synthetic ...

    Wanke Company specializes in the production of polycrystalline diamond compact, which has four levels according to impact and wear resistance: WKK, WKY, WKP, WKS. It is tailored to meet different needs. The company has perfect testing equipment and the product has good stability and consistency.

  • Identifying Lab-Grown Diamonds | Research & News

    HPHT-grown synthetic diamonds are now available in the gem and jewelry marketplace in a wide range of colors, as evident from this attractive synthetic yellow diamond jewelry (1.00 to 1.25 cts) provided by Gemesis Corp. and these loose synthetic diamonds (each under 1 ct) from Lucent Diamonds and Chatham Created Gems.

  • Laboratory-Grown Diamond Reports & Services

    Full 4Cs assessment with general color and clarity descriptions. For loose, colorless to near-colorless laboratory-grown diamonds, 0.15 carats or more. Full quality assessment, with general color and clarity descriptions. For loose, laboratory-grown colored diamonds, weighing 0.15 carats or more ...

  • Synthetic diamond - Wikipedia

    Synthetic diamond is the hardest known material, where hardness is defined as resistance to indentation. The hardness of synthetic diamond depends on its purity, crystalline perfection and orientation: hardness is higher for flawless, pure crystals oriented to the direction (along the longest diagonal of the cubic diamond lattice).