The origin of Diamond & Abrasives Engineering was started in July, 1959, which was then named Experience Exchange. After a few reforms, the magazine got its current name "Diamond & Abrasives Engineering" in 1995:
- "Diamond" reflects the super material, covering it synthesis and characterization;
- "Abrasives" indicate both abrasive and related tools, such as grinding wheel, cutting tool or polishing pad, which are the key procedure of precision manufacturing;
- "Engineering" shows that the major research published on the magazine is about actual application.
As technology develops, industry puts forward higher requirements on shape accuracy and surface quality of workpiece, as well as efficiency of machining. From smartphone produce to aerospace detection, from medical care to military project, all engineers are now paying great attention to make things tinier, smoother, and faster. This is what we are reporting.
Nowadays, China has contributed 90% diamond and 70% CBN of world annual production, as well as advanced saw blades and fast developing precision tools. Diamond & Abrasives Engineering (ISSN 1006-852X) is a great choice for you to see what is going on in China. It is widely appreciated by Chinese engineers and scholars, and collected by CA of US, AJ of Russia and Scopus of Elsevier.