The expansion of the potential of rubber grinding stones through the rubber design and the special abrasive grain (*CM type) developed by Daiwa Kasei, as well as the “rubber elasticity”, which is a feature of rubber grinding stones,
has helped receive a high evaluation indicating that “It’s ‘Daiwa Rabin’ that comes to the mind when one says rubber grinding stones”.
- It not only removes the processing marks from direct carving of metal forging dies, cutting marks on difficult-to-cut materials such as SUS and heat resistant alloys, burrs of forged parts such as the crank shaft, and ultra-high hardness, but also processing marks from the grinding and cutting process to provide a fine polished surface.
- It enables stable bulk processing during de-burring.
- It is best suited for automation, combined with excellent durability and clog resistance.
- The need for fine engraving of a mesh is done away with, which leads to a reduction in the process. Also, the final finishing task becomes easier.
- It can also be used safely in turbine blades of aeroplanes and nuclear power generation, where polishing lines and residual stress is not desired, in notched parts where stress gets accumulated, and even in sealing surfaces.
- It can be used for continuous polishing, without dressing, during polishing of the casting surface of aluminum die cast exterior parts that involve high workload, and also during removal of cutting marks from aluminum metallic molds and compressor sprawl parts.
- Selecting a material that suits the condition of the work piece, and combining together with the processes of other tools is also important.
- Over-cutting and damage can be avoided, and even an operator who does not possess very high skills can safely perform maintenance of metal dies, de-burring of important sections of the product, as well as polishing.