New polishing guide for metallographic preparation

A new Polishing Guide published by Buehler offers a wealth of application and process information for metallurgical laboratory technicians. The brochure outlines optimum polishing procedures and explains how the selection of the right consumables can be a critical factor, determining whether you can start sample analysis directly or have to start again from scratch with a new sample.

In addition, the Polishing Guide contains guidance on the selection of the most appropriate polishing cloth and best suited abrasive. It provides solutions for a number of common problems, answers to frequently asked questions and recommended methods for polishing a variety of materials, including electronic components, aluminium, nickel, titanium, copper, composite materials, thermal spray coatings and steels. In addition, the guide offers expert recommendations for polishing all sorts of materials using fine, medium and coarse polishing cloths.

In this context the new Polishing Guide introduces Buehler’s new, durable magnetic-backed polishing cloths, which combine original Buehler polishing cloths with a stiff magnetic liner. Facilitating the removal of worn cloths, thy help saving time and enhancing efficiency.

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