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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS Emery Flap Wheels Paper Polishing Discs Roll Sanders


Cleaning - Reducing - Smoothin


Garryson is a UK manufacturer of speciality flap wheel abrasives, designed and engineered to suit virtually every power tool in the market.


Garryson flap wheels are widely used in a variety of industries and in many different applications, including the removal off all types of metal, blending, finishing or polishing on a vast range of materials; including irons, steels, aluminium, alloys or non ferrous metals.


Garryson flap wheels are specially engineered to combine operations therefore resulting in reduced downtime and substantial cost savings.


Flap wheels are modern, cost effective surface finishing tools suitable for grinding and polishing on flat and contoured surfaces when working on metals, wood, rubber and plastics. The flap wheel designs are such that as they wear, a new abrasive is exposed.


This prevents clogging and gives a uniform, constant finish throughout the wheels life. They are easy to use and control and will not dig into the work piece. The high quality abrasive cloth is secured to the centre with epoxy resin giving durability.


• We supply an excellent Einhell Hand Drill (code D33521) with additional flex drive shaft (code S33155) a perfect combination piece to use with these flap wheels.


• Mounted on a 6mm diameter shank. • Large range of grades and sizes are available.


Code


P34138 P34139 P34140 P34141 P34142 P34143 P34144 P34145 P34146 P9484A P34148 P34149 P34150 P34151 P34152 P9484B


Description


Ø30 x 15mm (Grit 60) Flap Wheel Ø30 x 15mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel


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Ø30 x 15mm (Grit 120) Flap Wheel EACH Ø40 x 30mm (Grit 60) Flap Wheel EACH Ø40 x 30mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel EACH Ø40 x 30mm (Grit 120) Flap Wheel EACH Ø50 x 30mm (Grit 60) Flap Wheel Ø50 x 30mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel


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Ø50 x 30mm (Grit 120) Flap Wheel EACH Ø60 x 30mm (Grit 60) Flap Wheel Ø60 x 30mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel


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Ø60 x 30mm (Grit 120) Flap Wheel EACH Ø80 x 30mm (Grit 40) Flap Wheel EACH Ø80 x 30mm (Grit 60) Flap Wheel Ø80 x 30mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel Ø80 x 50mm (Grit 80) Flap Wheel


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£1.85 £1.85 £1.85 £2.55 £2.55 £2.55 £2.95 £2.95 £2.95 £3.50 £3.50 £3.50 £6.10 £6.10 £6.10 £6.25


Kemdent Paper Discs Made in United Kingdom • can be used in wet and dry conditions • a jewellery silversmith favourite mounting rotary abrasive


• very flexible as you are using them you will notice they will flex into your position of your desire


• suitable for grinding and polishing a wide range of materials gold, silver, copper, brass, platinum, palladium, bronze, pewter, aluminium and steel


• are very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts


• are a very economical and efficient method for batch work


• can be mounted onto rotary headpieces spindles in order to reach awkward areas (see below for recommended rotary machines)


• put a silicon disc on bottom (code P1316A) of your mandrel with the pin hole centre type (P1343M) and you will find you can push up and apply pressure to remove those awkward marks on the piece


Recommended rotary machines: • Foredom Grinder Micromotor Kit: FDK1020 • Jewellers Kit & No20 “Quick Release” Handpiece: K2220CE


• Rotary Drill & Tool Kit, Variable Speed: D9821


For cleaning out and finishing into crevices and inaccessible areas of workpiece. Pin Hole: Takes standard mandrel see our product code P1343M.


Hub Fitting: Takes snap on mandrel see our product code P12618.


• Paper polishing disks with pin hole or hub • Ø22mm diameter • Fine, Medium or Coarse • Packs of 50 or 100 • Hub fitting disc use mandrel P12618


• Pin hole disc ues mandrel P1343M Code


Description


P12615 P12619 P12616 P12620 P12617 P12621


Fine (hub fitting) Paper Disc Fine (pin hole) Paper Disc


Medium (hub fitting) Paper Disc Medium (pin hole) Paper Disc Coarse (hub fitting) Paper Disc Coarse (pin hole) Paper Disc


UOM Price PACK*50 £5.05


PACK*100 £7.95 PACK*50 £5.05 PACK*100 £7.95 PACK*50 £5.05 PACK*100 £7.95


Price breaks available, see website


Cousins UK - Mini roll sanders have a wide range of applications and are used in a wide variety of industries. Used with the appropriate grade you can get a high standard, semi-bright mirror finish.


For working on the inside and outside of cast rings and flat parts of other cast jewellery etc.


• Are very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts


• Mini roll sanders are very useful to use for levelling off metals


• A wide variety of grades available • Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, bronze, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium.


• Using various grades you can level metals off, smoothing scratches, pit holes, file and casting flash marks


• You will find as you are using the paper, the used parts peel off to give you a new layer of abrasive


• Fast and easy to use in production, already mounted • An economical way to do large batch work • Are very useful for getting into spherical awkward circular areas for example, inside rings and bangles


• Used dry, no compounds needed • Replacement mandrel, code M9476


Dimensions: • Mounted on 3/32” shank or 2.35mm • Overall length 50mm


• Mini roll sanders head size Ø13mm x 30mm Code


Description


P9576A P9576B P9576C P9576D P9576E P9576F


Grit 240 (Coarse) Mounted


Grit 320 (Semi Coarse) Mounted Grit 400 (Medium) Mounted


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Grit 600 (Semi Medium) Mounted EACH Grit 800 (Fine) Mounted


Grit 1000 (Extra Fine) Mounted


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Price breaks available, see website


FELT CONES & CYLINDERS


Felt cones have excellent resilience and last longer when in use. Used with the appropriate compounds you can get a high standard, semi-bright mirror finish for inside rings & any type of cylindrical object.


Micromotor & Handpiece


See Page 978 www.COUSINS .COM Maxima


Felt Cones: • Are very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts.


• Can be used on a whole range of metals such as gold, silver, platinum, titanium, palladium, copper, brass, aluminium and steel.


• Are very useful for getting into spherical awkward circular areas for example, inside rings and bangles


• Can be mounted onto pendant drill spindles in order to reach awkward areas, with


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£0.85 £0.85 £0.85 £0.85 £0.85 £0.85


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