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For the best blend of cut-rate and finish, choose the KEYING Oil Stone, which is ideal for cleaning acute angles in dies and molds and stoning geometric chasers and sewing machine feeds. Choose the coarse grit to quickly restore edges, the medium grit for general edge sharpening needs, and the fine grit for the sharpest edges.
Raw Materials: Brown Fused Alumina (A)/White Fused Alumina (WA)/Microcrystalline Fused Alumina (MA)/Single Crystal Corundum (SA)/Black Corundum (BA)/Green Silicon Carbide (GC)/Chrome Corundum (PA)/Zircon Corundum (ZA)/Black Silicon Carbide (C)
Versatility: Oil stones can be used for polishing a wide range of materials including metals, plastics, and even certain types of stone. This versatility makes them a valuable tool for various polishing applications.
Consistent performance: Oil stones for polishing ensures even and uniform results across the surface being polished. This helps to achieve a smooth and glossy finish.
Effective material removal: Oil stones are capable of removing scratches, blemishes, and imperfections from the surface being polished. They can also help to refine the surface and create a high level of shine.
Long-lasting: With proper care and maintenance, oil stones have the potential to last for a long time, offering value for the investment. They are typically made from durable materials that can withstand regular use without losing their effectiveness.
Control over polishing results: Using an oil stone for polishing allows for precise control over the amount of material being removed and the level of shine achieved. This enables the user to tailor the polishing process to their desired outcome.
It is important to note that the specific advantages of an oil stone for polishing may vary depending on factors such as the grit size and quality of the stone, as well as the material being polished.
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