Mechanical mirror polishing is a polishing process (coarse grinding, fine grinding) and polishing process (WENDT three-step polishing) on metal materials to achieve a flat and bright mirror-like surface.
First, the polishing process
The purpose of polishing is to obtain a smooth and smooth surface. At this time, there are very fine and uniform wear marks on the grinding surface. Polishing is divided into coarse grinding and fine grinding.
1. Rough grinding Rough grinding is the roughening of rough surfaces and irregular shapes.
2. Fine grinding After rough grinding, there are still deep wear marks on the metal surface, which need to be eliminated in fine grinding to prepare for polishing.
Second, the surface polishing process
The polishing process is to obtain a bright mirror-like surface processing process. Most of the polishing wheels are used to repeatedly polish the extremely slight unevenness on the surface of the part, which is commonly used for the modification of the coating surface.
Polishing is the last-step process of the surface of the coating or the surface of the part. Its purpose is to eliminate the fine wear marks that remain on the surface after the polishing process. The ideal polished surface should be a mirror-like surface that is flat, bright, no marks, no relief, no pits, and no metal disturbing layers. Polished and polished surface changes.