Industry Typical Applications for GMX & G-Flex
Aircraft/Aerospace: Debur and finish engine components
Automotive: Debur, chamfer, and finish machined/cast parts
Tool & Die: Clean, debur and finish
Fabrication: Corner blending, edge breaking, I.D. & O.D. debur and blend
Jewelry Manufacturing: Remove parting lines and finish castings
GMX or G-Flex?
GMX has a softer bond than G-Flex. GMX utilizes a unique flexible bond with laminates of non-woven abrasive-impregnated fabric. Laminations run parallel to the shank to prevent the ends from chipping. The construction continually exposes new abrasive grain for cooler running and the flexible bond reduces vibration and chattering. Unlike bonded or coated abrasives, GMX does not load up when working on softer metals or alloys such as aluminum. Cylinders and shapes can be dressed to conform to unique contours. GMX is excellent for breaking edges, deburring, and blending on aluminum, stainless steel, and exotic alloys. It's also ideal for polishing mold runners and mold & die components.
- SDS File: Safety Data Sheet (SDS) 1