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    In search of 0.1 mic diamond film

    Hi All,

    Well, the subj it is. Even though I'm definitely not a n00b when it comes to searching things on the web, for some reason can't find it 2nd day already. Ok, I can find 3m 0.1mic lapping film alright, but everyone I found sells then in wholesale quantities. There's just one place that has minimum order of ONLY 10, ~23$ per sheath?! Minimum order comes out to 231...

    I was wondering if anyone has seen/knows about those but at more reasonable price and quantities.

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    McMaster-Carr has them by the sheet, but they are 35 bucks each.
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    Just curious: what will be the reasonable use you're going to make of it?

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    Have you tried Buehler?

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    Isn't his day off?
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    Lee Valley.look under woodworking, diamond lapping film...

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    Thanks guys.
    No I have not tried Buehler, but why not. Just whenever I search 0.1 micron diamond film it's all 3ms...
    Funny it never occurred to me to check Lee Valley.
    Beneuser - Just to see what will it be when I sharpen knives (and razors in the future)... Sharper is always reasonable to me

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    The LV ones are quite a bit smaller, but still seem a good price.
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    Yeah, they are, but it's still better than 35 per larger one, or 231 for pack of 10...

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    Heck, why stop at 0.1 micron. Might as well go the full monty all the way down to 0.05 micron.

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