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    Default PCD diamond feedrates?

    Is anyone here cutting PCD diamond cuttings tools? I'm wondering what kind of feedrates are possible on wire EDM.

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    Never done it, but my understanding is that similar to graphite or carbide, it depends a lot on the exact recipe. The PCD itself is not conductive, and you're removing the binder. If the particle size is too large it doesn't burn well. Take a look at what Vollmer Sharpening, Eroding PCD rotary tools - VOLLMER is doing on their combination EDM/Grinder tool and cutter machines. Good Luck!

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    It really depends on the PCD grade. The smaller the diamonds the easier to cut. We normally run very low on and very high off.

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    every now and then i have to redress some pcd honing equipment. for the ones i have to deal with i figured that my agiecharmilles cut 200's 'hard metal +' technology works out of the box. gl


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