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Ans: Russian Bruter Technology is commonly uses Diamond Ceramic wheel that is built from Synthetic Diamond Powder with high pressured Ceramic Bond. It is commonly water based grinding wheel that it keeps your diamond cool and rescue diamond nano crystal to grind diamond. This technology also combines CNC (computer numerical control) Technology to travel anything in particular bounds. So the CNC system is known is for precision so it can yield better results
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Ans: In former days, bruting was mainly performed in a process with loose abrasive grit, originating from rubbing diamonds against each other or against a diamond tool, as to present sharp cutting edges. However this frequently leads to fractures (“beard” and “gletses”) and chipping at the edges of the working surface. Working diamond with fixed abrasive grit has been limited to polishing in the soft crystal direction. As the abrasive is firmly bonded in the tool, it tends to become blunt. Working in the hard crystal direction shows a substantial, up til 100 times, lower Material Removal Rate (MRR).