I have some Crystalite diamond flats laps. I want to remove the
diamond part which is glued to an aluminum lap.
I used my torch to heat the lap to the point that I can lift off the
diamond part. My question is what solvent can I use to remove the
residual adhesive? Acetone works to some extent but doesn’t remove it
Also, I have some used laps for sale. I’ve been using 6" diamonds
laps for stone cutting. At a certain point they don’t cut as well as
I would like so I switch to a new lap. The used laps, from 260 grit
to 1200 grit, still cut metal very well. I use them to sharpen
gravers and other tools.
If anyone would be interested in purchasing either a used diamond
lap let me know. And if I find an efficient way to remove residual
adhesive I may have some flat aluminum laps for sale.