PCD Tool Blanks | High Performance Polycrystalline Diamond Composite

By: Didco  09-12-2011
Keywords: Tungsten Carbide, Polycrystalline Diamond, Diamond Composite

DIDCO Polycrystalline Diamond Composite is manufactured using top quality synthetic diamond grit, sintered together by way of extremely high temperature and pressure to create a polycrystalline diamond (PCD) layer.

During the high temperature/pressure process the sintered diamond grit is bonded (typically) to a tungsten carbide substrate to form our top quality:

    As more applications evolve requiring the use of polycrystalline diamond products, more industries will come to realize the gains and benefits these products have to offer.

    Custom size and shape configurations available.

Keywords: Diamond Composite, Diamond Grit, Polycrystalline Diamond, Tungsten Carbide,

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