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ãHIGH-QUALITY RAW MATERIALSã Made of stainless steel, sharp needle with polished treatment, extremely strong, durable, non-deformable and easy to use, corrosion-resistant, long-term storage in various environments without rust, less leakage, fast processing speed, easy and safe operation, variable frequency adjustment to to meet different grinding needs, grinding without dead ends
ãGOOD CHOICEãWhich has a very good polishing effect, tiny pins reach into the tightest areas, it's a wonderful choice for polishing and grinding. It's also a great tool for hardware and jewelry processing. Our products have been designed and tested with the greatest care. Therefore, we firmly believe in their quality, long service life, and help improve work efficiency, it is about 100 grams per package, meeting your needs definitely.
ãSPECIFICATION SELECTION GUIDEã Pins will be attracted to the movement of the magnets and yet not rust like steel shot media, for softer copper and aluminum parts, it is recommended to use a magnetic polishing needle less than 0.5mm, the thicker the Polishing needle, the stronger the polishing, of course, the polishing intensity can also be controlled by adjusting the working frequency of the polishing table.
ãREUSABLEã Pins Are semi-permanent consumables, so they can be used practically many times continuously, the pins having a larger diameter provide a heavier weight and more impact on the surface during the finishing operation, when not in use, please clean and dry them before storage. The magnetic polishing needle is a small needle-shaped object that should be handled with care when using it.
ãPROFESSIONAL USEã The magnetic polishing pin is used in the magnetic polisher. In combination with a rinse aid and a cleaning agent, the surface of the workpiece can become smoother and shinier. It is used for polishing the shiny surface of the metal parts and for the burrs in the blind corners, which can meet different work needs.
Features: It is about 100 grams per package, meeting your needs definitely. It is specially made to work with tumbler and polisher.Â Pins are prepared and made from stainless steel that will be attracted to the movement of the magnets and yet not rust like steel shot media. Tiny pins reach into the tightest areas.Â The pins having a larger diameter provide a heavier weight and more impact on the surface during the finishing operation.Â
Note: It is reusable, use with care. And, When it is not used, please clean it and keep it dry.
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How we got our start?
With the progress of the times, the global people's demand for beauty and health is increasing. Since its establishment, YUYTE has a strong product supply chain and excellent logistics system support. It has created its own product strength and brand, has been recognized and favored by consumers.
What makes our product unique?
YUYTE relies on innovation, has customized products that are more in line with the current characteristics for different markets . At this stage, its products focus on health and beauty products, covering multiple sub-categories, including skin care, beauty, weight loss and other products.
Why we love what we do?
YUYTE adheres to the business philosophy of honesty, wins trust with excellent products, and builds brand with honesty. Always focus on providing global consumers with high-quality products at low prices.
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