For fibersect, what is the resulting cut roughly equivalent to?
When cleaving ferrule in preparation for polishing, it is irrelevant if the cleaved end-faces are smooth or rough texture from the resulting cut BUT, to answer the question, for fibersect the resulting cut is roughly equivalent to polishing with a 30um polishing film.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team May 16, 2018
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