Usage: Cutting compound for stainless steel
Different metals have varying characteristics. To achieve the best possible result, it is essential that the correct compound and polishing buff is selected for the job.
The cutting compound should be used on a Sisal buff or stitched buff. A white stitched buff is ideal for cutting into metals. With the correct compound it will remove stretcher strains, orange peel, polishing wheel grit lines, light die marks etc.
An unstitched buff is used with polishing (finishing) compound on metals. Each fold/leaf of material is approximately 1mm thick.
The selection of compounds:
|RCC 20 - AB||RED||General purpose medium cutting for brass, copper and silver.||+/- 1.2kg|
|RCC 11 - SD||GREY||Finishing compound for steel, stainless steel, chrome and aluminium.||+/- 1.3kg|
|RCC 12 - S||BROWN||Cutting and buffing compound for steel, stainless steel, chrome and aluminium.||+/- 1.4kg|
|RCC 1 SDDB||WHITE||Bright finishing compound for stainless steel.||+/- 1.5kg|
|RCC G-13||LIGHT GREEN||Cutting compound for stainless steel, aluminium and aluminium alloys.||900g|
|RCC G-14||DARK GREEN||Finishing compound for all kinds of metals.||900g|
|RCC SW-1||PURPLE||Cutting compound for stainless steel.||900g|
|RCC SW-3||WHITE||Cutting compound for stainless steel.||900g|
|RCC SW-2000||YELLOW||Cutting compound for copper, brass, aluminium, brass and steel||900g|
The selection of stitched buffs:
|TCBF10030||Buffing wheel kit ø100mm Cotton, Denim & Sisal||ø1/2'|
|TCBF15030||Buffing wheel kit ø150mm Cotton, Denim & Sisal||ø1/2'|
The selection of unstitched buffs:
Colour (denim) buffs are coarser than white (cotton) buffs.
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