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Lowder James T, Tausch Edwin M: Method of manufacturing diamond abrasive tools. Abrasive Technology, Cennamo, Kremblas, Foster, July 15, 1975: US3894673 (111 worldwide citation)

An improved diamond abrasive tool and method of manufacture characterized by a direct brazing technique of diamond crystals to a substrate surface which requires no pre-conditioning of the surface of the diamond in order to obtain the necessary wetting thereof. The method employed utilizes readily a ...


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Klaus Tank, Alan R Jarvis, Aulette Stewart: Method of making an abrasive compact. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, April 9, 1996: US05505748 (108 worldwide citation)

A method of producing an abrasive compact, particularly a diamond abrasive compact, is provided. The method uses conventional compact manufacture conditions and is characterized by the mass of abrasive particles which is used. This mass has an average particle size of less than 20 and consists of pa ...


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Sung Chien Min, Chen Sy Hwa: Low pressure bonding of pcd bodies and method.. Christensen Norton, April 27, 1988: EP0264674-A2 (98 worldwide citation)

A temperature stable diamond product (30) having a temperature stability up to about 1,200 DEG C comprising a metal matrix carrier, at least one diamond piece (31a-31f) of a predetermined geometrical shape and which is temperature stable up to about 1,200 DEG C having at least one surface (41) conta ...


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Klaus Tank, Alan R Jarvis, Aulette Stewart: Method of making an abrasive compact. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, November 21, 1995: US05468268 (82 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of making an abrasive compact using conventional compact synthesis conditions. The method is characterized by the use of an ultra-hard abrasive particle mass comprising at least 25 percent by mass of ultra-hard abrasive particles having an average particle size in the ...


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Lancaster Brett, Roberts Bronwyn Annette, Parker Imraan, Achilles Roy Derrick: Polycrystalline diamond abrasive elements. Element Six, Lancaster Brett, Roberts Bronwyn Annette, Parker Imraan, Achilles Roy Derrick, DONALD Heather June, December 9, 2004: WO/2004/106004 (79 worldwide citation)

A polycrystalline diamond abrasive element, particularly a cutting element, comprises a table of polycrystalline diamond bonded to a substrate, particularly a cemented carbide substrate, along a non-planar interface. The polycrystalline diamond abrasive element is characterised by the nonĀ­planar int ...


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Mats G Waldenstrom, Udo K R Fischer, Lars H Hillert, Mahlon D Dennis: Diamond tools for rock drilling, metal cutting and wear part applications. Sandvik, Diamant Boart Stratabit, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 29, 1997: US05624068 (78 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to buttons, inserts and bodies for rock drilling, rock cutting, metal cutting and wear part applications. The buttons, inserts and bodies comprise cemented carbide provided with bodies and/or layers of CVD- or PVD-fabricated diamond and then HP/HT treated in the diamond ...


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Wentorf Jr R H, Rocco W A: Diamond tools for machining. Gen Electric, April 3, 1974: GB1349385-A (74 worldwide citation)

1349385 Diamond tool GENERAL ELECTRIC CO 19 April 1971 [8 April 1970] 26135/71 Heading B5E [Also in Division C4] A diamond-tipped tool insert for the direct machining of metals includes (a) a diamond crystalline material having a concentration of diamond which is at least 70% by volume in which subs ...


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Mohammad N Sani: Methods of fabricating superabrasive articles. US Synthetic Corporation, Workman Nydegger, October 11, 2011: US08034136 (71 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment of the present invention, a method of fabricating a superabrasive article is disclosed. A mass of unsintered diamond particles may be infiltrated with metal-solvent catalyst from a metal-solvent-catalyst-containing material to promote formation of a sintered body of diamond grains ...


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Lancaster Brett, Roberts Bronwyn Annette, Parker Imraan, Tank Klaus, Achilles Roy Derrick, Van Der, Riet Clement David: Polycrystalline diamond abrasive elements. Element Six, Lancaster Brett, Roberts Bronwyn Annette, Parker Imraan, Tank Klaus, Achilles Roy Derrick, Van Der, Riet Clement David, DONALD Heather June, December 9, 2004: WO/2004/106003 (64 worldwide citation)

A polycrystalline diamond abrasive element, particularly a cutting element, comprises a table of polycrystalline diamond bonded to a substrate, particularly a cemented carbide substrate, along a non-planar interface. The non-planar interface typically has a cruciform configuration. The polycrystalli ...


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Lee A Carman, William S Coblenz, Janet L Hammarstrom: Process of producing self-bonded ceramic abrasive wheels. Norton Company, David Bennett, June 22, 1993: US05221294 (64 worldwide citation)

A grinding tool is described which comprises self-bonded particles of a ceramic abrasive and has a voids volume of from 5 to 65%.