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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS ARTIFEX CONES


Artifex Cones (Smoothing inside rings)


ARTIFEX WHEELS


Artifex wheels (Deburring/ Grinding/Polishing/Final Finishing)


P4585 P4584 P4588 P4583 P4587


P43076 P43077


150 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 250 Grit (HP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 250 Grit (HP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 250 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 250 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 400 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 400 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm


EACH £38.50 EACH £28.50 EACH £39.85 EACH £26.30 EACH £47.75 EACH £29.25 EACH £49.95


Price breaks available, see website


BRASS, INCLUDING MOUNTED


Mini Brass Cup & Pencil


Artifex abrasive cones are made in Germany and guarantee some of the best results in the polishing industry.


Used for grinding, deburring, cleaning, descaling & polishing


• Used by jewellers, engineers, model makers and manufacturers


• Fantastic for inside rings • The cones are compromised of silicon carbide with polyurethane bonding


• The foamed and open porous structure adjusts perfectly to the work piece and allows a cool grinding/polishing process


• Even under heavy usage, the cone does not need to be dressed with any polishing compound


• Artifex cones can be used on a whole range of metals including gold, silver, platinum, titanium, palladium, copper, brass, aluminium, cast iron and steel (including heat treated carbon steel)


• Due to their soft open porous structure, they are easy to shape to your required configuration


• Variety of grits and softnesses available, from deburring and grinding to final finishing


• MP = Medium hardness • Grit (Hardness) x Smallest Diameter x Largest Diameter x Length • Made in Germany


Grits available: • 80 (Coarse) White • 150 (Medium) Red • 250 (Fine) Blue


• 400 (Very fine) Yellow Code


P43078 P4589 P4590


P43079 Description


80 Grit (MP) Ø15 x Ø22 x 65mm 150 Grit (MP) Ø15 x Ø22 x 65mm 250 Grit (MP) Ø15 x Ø22 x 65mm 400 Grit (MP) Ø15 x Ø22 x 65mm Price breaks available, see website


UOM Price EACH £16.95


EACH £16.95 EACH £16.95 EACH £18.25


Artifex abrasive wheels are made in Germany and guarantee some of the best results in the polishing industry.


Used for grinding, deburring, cleaning, descaling & polishing


• Used by jewellers, engineers, model makers and manufacturers


• The wheels are compromised of silicon carbide with polyurethane bonding


• The foamed and open porous structure adjusts perfectly to the work piece and allows a cool grinding/polishing process


• Even under heavy usage, the wheel does not need to be dressed with any polishing compound


• Artifex wheels can be used on a whole range of metals including gold, silver, platinum, titanium, palladium, copper, brass, aluminium, cast iron and steel (including heat treated carbon steel)


• Due to their soft open porous structure, they are easy to shape to your required configuration


• Variety of grits and softnesses available, from deburring and grinding to final finishing


• Grit (Hardness) x Diameter x Thickness x Bore Size • Made in Germany


Grits available: • 46 (Very coarse) • 80 (Coarse) • 150 (Medium) • 250 (Fine) • 400 (Very fine)


Hardnesss (the harder the grain, the quicker the work. The softer the grain, the smoother the finish) :


Polishing Motors


• WP = Soft • MP = Medium


• HP = Hard Code


P49986 P43068 P43069 P43070 P43071 P49987 P43072 P43073 P43074 P43075 P4582 P4586


See Page 992 1190


P49988 P4581


P49989 Description


46 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 10 x 13mm 46 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 46 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 46 Grit (WP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 46 Grit (WP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 80 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 10 x 13mm 80 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 80 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 80 Grit (WP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 80 Grit (WP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 150 Grit (HP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 150 Grit (HP) Ø150 x 25 x 13mm 150 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 10 x 13mm 150 Grit (MP) Ø100 x 25 x 13mm 150 Grit (MP) Ø150 x 10 x 13mm


UOM Price EACH £21.95


EACH £26.95 EACH £43.95 EACH £26.50 EACH £43.95 EACH £20.95 EACH £24.50 EACH £39.95 EACH £26.50 EACH £37.95 EACH £23.90 EACH £36.95 EACH £21.95 EACH £27.50 EACH £35.50


Cousins UK - UK Made


Brass Cups (Ø13mm x 10mm): • Brass brushes are recommended for soft metals such as gold, silver, brass and bronze


• Chains can be cleaned safely, easily for getting into awkward areas


• Perfect for antique silverware and medal renovation


Made from 100% brass. They are very popular and used to clean up or for texturing various types of metals. The fine grade of wire gives a smooth shiny finish. When using these fine brass wire brushes you should use soap or a detergent with water as a lubricant otherwise a dull layer of brass will be deposited on your metal particularly on silver. Brass


Cup Brushes will not damage your pieces. Code


Description


P1296M Cup (Ø13mm x 10mm), Coarse P1300M Pencil (Ø5mm x 12mm), Coarse


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website Mini Brass Wheels


£0.82 £0.80


Cousins UK - UK Made


Brass Wire Wheels... • Brass brushes are recommended for soft metals such as gold, silver, brass and bronze


• Chains can be cleaned safely, easily for getting into awkward areas


• Perfect for antique silverware and medal renovation • Mounted on a Ø2.35mm shank • Max 10,000rpm • Made in Britain


Cousins Brass Wire Wheels are made from 100% brass. COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


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