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Sapphire Cut with diamond Loop Wire Saw

he Diamond Coated Wire Loop is a cutting tool used for cutting graphite in various shapes. Graphite is a versatile material used as electrodes, targets, and other applications. With the use of Diamond loop Wire , cutting graphite in any shape is possible. The cutting thickness can range from 100-200mm, and the cutting speed is high, reaching 50-60m/s. The feed speed can also reach up to 80mm/min, and the cutting process is dry.
Features:
The Diamond Coated Wire loop is an efficient cutting tool that has several features that make it suitable for cutting graphite. Some of these features include:
1. Cutting any shape: With the use of Diamond loop Wire , cutting graphite in any shape is possible. This makes it suitable for cutting graphite in various shapes, including electrodes and targets.
2. High cutting speed: The cutting speed of the Diamond Coated Wire loop is high, reaching 50-60m/s. This makes it possible to cut graphite quickly and efficiently.
3. High feed speed: The feed speed of the Diamond Coated Wire loop can reach up to 80mm/min. This makes it possible to cut graphite quickly and efficiently.
4. Dry cutting : The cutting process of the Diamond Coated Wire loop is dry. This means that no coolant or lubricant is needed during the cutting process.
Applications:
The Diamond Coated Wire loop is suitable for cutting graphite in various applications, including:
1. Electrodes: Graphite is commonly used as electrodes in various applications, including welding, EDM, and other electrical applications. The Diamond Coated Wire loop is suitable for cutting graphite electrodes in various shapes.
2. Targets: Graphite is also used as targets in various applications, including sputtering and ion implantation. The Diamond Coated Wire loop is suitable for cutting graphite targets in various shapes.
3. Other applications: Graphite is also used in various other applications, including aerospace, automotive, and other industrial applications. The Diamond Coated Wire loop is suitable for cutting graphite in any shape required for these applications.

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