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Synonyms for sandpaper

stiff paper coated with powdered emery or sand

rub with sandpaper

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It was equipped with a round lamellar sanding roller tool with a 12-inch tip and a diameter of 30 mm in the form of a grindstone with a lamellar abrasive paper with grit quality of P120.
This higher wear rate for the running-in period can be attributed to the deposition of polymer on the abrasive paper, referred to as "clogging" [19].
On 24 May 2013 (see Europolitics 4651), the EU executive endorsed, with conditions, the transaction creating a joint venture to combine the abrasive paper backing activities of Ahlstrom and Munksjo.
31 December 2013 - Finnish fibre-based materials group Ahlstrom Corp (HEL:AHL1V) said today it had finalised the divestment of its pre-impregnated decor papers and abrasive paper backings activities to German private equity group Perusa.
Diversified technology company 3M has changed the face of Ping Pong to blue following an unusual request for a specific grade of coloured coated abrasive paper to cover the bats used in the World Championships.
Buff with wet and dry abrasive paper until the loose paint has been removed and the edges smoothed over, then just apply a metal paint.
We accept that, abrasive paper grain average statistical peak angle perpendicular to the direction of movement the plane is constant.
5 Light rust and sound paintwork can be rubbed with wet and dry abrasive paper. Use coarse steel wool to remove smaller dustlike deposits.
Simply click one on to the base and wrap the Velcrobacked abrasive paper around to suit the profile.
Technicians should use a double-ended grinder for rough polishing, abrasive paper (starting at 120, then 240, 400 and 600 grit) for sanding, and diamond or alumina abrasives for final polishing.
For a given composition, different surface preparations were used, they are: sand blasted (600 [micro]m SiC particles), coarse (belt) ground (SiC abrasive paper of grade 80), paper polished (SiC abrasive paper of grade 600) and diamond polished (0.25 [micro]m diamond particles).
It can be fitted with various grades of abrasive paper to ensure a fine finish.
Once hardened, use medium-grade abrasive paper to rub down to a smooth finish.
For best results try to smooth plaster down when it is wet,otherwise you'llneed to use a power sander or abrasive paper on it when it is dry.