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QUESTION:

What are the differences between Silicon Carbide, Diamond, and Final  in Lapping Films?

 

ANSWER:

Silicon Carbide is typically used for epoxy removal, Diamond is used to recover or form the Radius of Curvature and Apex Offset, and the final film gives the end-face its shine and affects the fiber height. The lot to lot consistency of these films must be spot on to give consistent results.

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  Answered by AskFOC Technical Team July 23, 2018

 

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