A polyester film is coated with finely graded abrasives to create abrasive lapping films. For abrasive Film, we offer ceramic and aluminum oxide grains. Controlling the abrasives' basic materials and the adhesives that hold them to the backing is necessary. The automotive sector and the precision electronics industry are the two main industries that use the microfinishing abrasive film.
One of the key advantages of abrasive film is its flexibility, which allows it to conform to irregular surfaces and contours, making it useful for finishing curved or intricate shapes.
It also tends to generate less dust than other types of abrasive products, which can improve visibility and reduce the risk of respiratory problems.
Abrasive film is available in various formats, including sheets, discs, and rolls, and can be used on a range of materials, including wood, metal, plastics, and composites. It is important to choose the appropriate grit size and backing material for the specific application in order to achieve the desired finish and avoid damaging the material being worked on.