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Ultimate Guide to Using Hard Felt Wheel for Polishing Metal Surfaces

Dec 20-2017

Polishing is a crucial part of the metal fabrication industry that enhances the finish of metal surfaces, making them more ornamental and practical. As a common polishing tool, Hard Felt Wheel is favored for their durability and efficiency. In this article, we will provide you with detailed information on the steps and techniques of using Hard Felt Wheel to polish metal surfaces, which will help you master this technique easily.

Recognize the Hard Felt Wheel and Its Characteristics

The hard felt wheels are made of high-density fiber material polishing tools, and its surfaces are fine and uniform, and can effectively remove the rough part of the metal surface. The hard felt wheels are wear-resistant, heat-resistant and they can keep steady at high-speed rotation, so it is very suitable for metal surface polishing treatment. At the same time, a hard felt wheel can also be customized according to different polishing needs, such as adjusting the hardness of the wheel, particle size, etc., in order to meet the requirements of different metal materials and polishing effect.

The Preparation Work Before Polishing

A great deal of preparation should be done before a hard felt wheel can be adopted to polish. First of all, we should check the state of the metal surface to ensure that it is free of oil, rust and other impurities, so as not to affect the polishing effect. Second, we should choose the appropriate polishing agent and lubricant, which can assist the hard felt wheel to better remove the rough part of the metal surface, while reducing the heat and friction generated during the polishing process. Finally, we should check the state of the polishing equipment to ensure that the hard felt wheel installed firmly, and check the appropriate speed to ensure the safety and stability of the polishing process.

Polishing Operation Skills

In the polishing operation, master some skills to improve the polishing effect is needed. First of all, maintaining the appropriate polishing pressure to avoid excessive pressure leading to metal surface damage or excessive wear of the hard felt wheel. Secondly, paying attention to the polishing angle and speed, maintaining a stable polishing trajectory and speed are ways to ensure uniformity of the polishing effect. In addition, it is also necessary to clean up the metal chips and polish residues generated during the polishing process in a timely manner to avoid their negative impacts on the polishing effect.

After Polishing Treatment and Maintenance

Polishing is completed, but also need to carry out some follow-up processing and maintenance work. First of all, to clean the polished metal surface, remove the residual polish and metal shavings, so that it restores the smoothness. Secondly, it is necessary to maintain the hard felt wheel, including cleaning the dirt and metal chips on the surface of the wheels, checking the wear of the wheels and replacing them in time. In addition, the entire polishing equipment should be inspected and maintained to ensure that it is in good working condition and ready for the next polishing operation.




In short, the use of hard felt wheel polishing metal surfaces need to master certain skills and methods. By recognizing the characteristics of hard felt wheel, preparing for polishing, mastering polishing techniques, and performing post-polishing treatments and maintenance, you will be able to easily respond to a variety of metal polishing needs and improve product quality and competitiveness.

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