Show Supplier Material materials with Density of 3.51 g/cm³
Particle size range
0 - 80 µm
Show Supplier Material materials with Particle size range of 0 - 80 µm
Please refer to the technological properties section below for more detailed (narrow) particle size ranges available.
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Monocrystalline synthetic diamond powder is relatively inexpensive to produce and is therefore a popular choice for grinding, lapping and polishing purposes. Typical applications for MSY diamond powder include lapping and polishing of ceramics, metals, diamond wire dies, PCDs and gemstones. Examples of bonded applications include manufacturing of metal-bond grinding tools, diamond pellets, wear-resistant surfaces and PCD sintering.
Light gray to pale yellow (depending on diamond size)
Precision size range: A narrow particle size distribution maximizes the amount of particles of the same size while fine and coarse particles are minimized. Combined with a clearly defined upper size limit, this feature allows for both high process reproducibility and superior results in surface quality.
Blocky particle shape: A specific shaping process ensures a uniform and blocky particle shape. Controlling the particle shape is a vital factor for high material removal rates and for uniform, scratch-free surface finishes.
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MSY diamond is a monocrystalline metal-bond diamond powder produced by HPHT (high-pressure, high-temperature) synthesis. The diamond particles feature an oriented crystal structure with parallel-running cleavage planes, similar to natural diamond. Depending on diamond size, MSY diamond varies in appearance from light gray to pale yellow.