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Surface roughening treatment method of object being treated, and apparatus therefor










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6960118.

Disclosed are a method of causing abrasive grains to collide against and contact with an object being treated to form surfaces of the object being treated into a matte, specifically, a rotational magnetic field is applied on magnetic abrasive grains to cause the same to vibratingly move at random to collide against and contact with an object being treated to obtain a matte.








 
 
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