What are Fibre backed sanding discs?
Fibre Backed sanding disc holders are used with fiber-backed sanding discs are abrasive discs used for sanding and finishing various surfaces, including wood, metal, and plastic. The discs are made up of a fiber backing, usually a heavy-duty paper, that provides the necessary support and stability for the abrasive material to be applied to the surface. Also to note that the grit size of the abrasive material can vary, allowing for different levels of coarseness or smoothness in the finished surface.
Additionally, fibre-backed sanding discs are typically used with a power sander or grinder, and moreover come in a range of sizes and shapes to fit different machines and sanding applications. They are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, automotive repair, and also other industries where sanding and finishing are necessary steps in the manufacturing process.
- For grinding stainless steel, C-steels and non-ferrous metal aloys.
- These discs are suitable for deburring of work pieces with an angle grinder.
- Grinding welding seams.
- Dressing of cast iron parts.
- Cleaning and Rust Removal.
What is an M14 thread?
M14 is a metric thread size designation that refers to the diameter of the threaded portion of a screw or bolt. Specifically, M14 refers to a thread with a nominal diameter of 14 millimeters. The pitch of the thread, which is the distance between each thread, is also specified for M14 threads, and is typically 2 millimeters. M14 threads are commonly used in a variety of applications, including automotive, construction, and industrial settings. It’s important to note that M14 threads are not interchangeable with other thread standards, such as UNC or UNF, which are commonly used in the United States.
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