[Clayart] Diamond lapping disk question
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Thu Jan 7 09:55:02 EST 2016
Check on eBay... 12" diamond flat lap. Many grits available for under
On Wednesday, January 6, 2016, Carol Barclay via Clayart <
clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
> I bought one and wish I had bought it many years before. It allows me to
> feel comfortable in sending pots out into the world that may have seemed
> wobbly before using the diamond wheel. I understand that it is important to
> keep the wheel wet as you work so you don’t wear out the diamonds. If you
> look on youtube, there are several videos on how to rig up dripping water.
> I just ask my husband to stand by with a squirt bottle while I am doing the
> work. Doesn’t take long at all. I used to use silicon carbide discs- what a
> My first was from Zibo Prismatic Trading Company in China.( Amazon, I
> believe) It is 8" in diameter and I glued it to a bat so I could easily
> mount it for use. I began to wish for a larger one, as the hole in the
> center makes it functionally only a little over 4”’ of grinding space.
> I have since bought a 12” one, but haven’t put it into use yet.
> Have Fun!
> > On Jan 6, 2016, at 11:09 AM, Ken Chase via Clayart <
> > Are these worth buying? Is so, what grit?
> > I'm a beginner and the feet on my wares could
> > Use a little help.
> > Thank you
> > Ken Chase
> > Sent from my iPad
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