Ceramic Stone holders
Ceramic stone holders to suit Ultra-Fine Ceramic stones which are commonly used for precision polishing.
They come in a range of grits and sizes.
Ceramic polishing stones are very popular with mould tool polishing and precision polishing, particularly for slots and tight angles on mould tool steel.
There are two types of holders:
Ceramic Stone Holders – Hand Holders
Ceramic stones can be used like a file by hand – Moleroda supplies 4 different Size holders for the 5 different size stones:
CH1 Holder – for ceramic stones sizes: 1 x 1 mm
CH2 Holder – for ceramic stones sizes : 0.5mm thick x 2mm wide x 100mm long and 1 x 2 x 100mm
CH4 Holder – for ceramic stones sizes : 0.5 x 4 x 100 and 1 x 4 x 100 and 1.5 x 4 x 100mm
CH6 Holder – for ceramic stones sizes : 0.5 x 6 x 100 and 1 x 6 x 100 and 1.5 x 6 x 100mm
CH10 Holder – for ceramic stones sizes : 1 x 10 x 100 and 1.5 x 10 x 100mm
Ceramic Stone Holders – Machine Holders
Ceramic stones are commonly used in Ultrasonic machines for mould tool polishing. For this, you should use the tool appropriate for the ultrasonic machine. Reciprocators such as Air Lappers, Diprofil and other automatic filing tools are very popular with ceramic stones.
Moleroda machine stone holders are on a 3mm spindle so can be mounted in most machines. We offer three sizes:
CSH6 – for 6mm wide stones
CSH10 – for 10mm wide stones
Hand holders are essential for using ceramic stones by hand. This is a really popular tool combination for hand finishing mould tools, for getting into intricate parts and tight spots.
The smaller stones and holders are most popular for small scale work, the CH2 and CH4 are most commonly chosen with the corresponding stones. Generally, these stones are used by hand by jewellers as machine holders are for reciprocators not often found in jewellery workshops.
The new CH1 stone holder works with a 1 x 1 mm ceramic stone, this is much the same scale as the other superstones and is ideal for very small detailed work. These 1 x 1mm stones are particularly interesting as they come in super fine grits 1000- 3000 grit.