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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. 

Overlap-ST

BB-ZZ

This is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.

Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.

Overlap-EX

BB-EX

Identical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.

Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.

BB

BB-SO

Cibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.

BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. 

Overlap-ST

BB-ZZ

This is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.

Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.

Overlap-EX

BB-EX

Identical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.

Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.

BB

BB-SO

Cibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.

BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. 

Overlap-ST

BB-ZZ

This is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.

Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.

Overlap-EX

BB-EX

Identical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.

Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.

BB

BB-SO

Cibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.

BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. 

Overlap-ST

BB-ZZ

This is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.

Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.

Overlap-EX

BB-EX

Identical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.

Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.

BB

BB-SO

Cibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.

BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. Overlap-STBB-ZZThis is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.Overlap-EXBB-EXIdentical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.BBBB-SOCibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.

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The quality of the finish is determined to a large extent by the correct selection of the joint and weld. At Cibo, you have no fewer than 6 different joints to choose from. Cibo designs its joints automatically according to the selected quality of the abrasive material, the grit and the application. Simply on request, Cibo will create a design based on your specific requirements, as indicated below. 

Overlap-ST

BB-ZZ

This is the standard joint for all grinding belts on a paper backing. With this type of joint, Cibo guarantees a joint without any thickness, resulting in a perfect finish, even when using very fine grit types.

Also called a finger joint or dovetail joint. Both ends of the joint are put together in a zigzag shape and reinforced along the back with Kevlar tape. This joint is generally used for very fragile applications, e.g. grinding thin types of glass.

Overlap-EX

BB-EX

Identical to overlap ST, but with completely ground-away upper side.

Identical to BB joint, but with ground-away upper side. The upper side is ground away 5 mm more than the underlying Kevlar tape. This joint is sometimes useful when working on very hard material on an extremely hard grinding surface.

BB

BB-SO

Cibo chooses this type of joint for all grinding belts on a cloth and polyester backing. The Kevlar tape used is available in several variations and thicknesses and is adapted to the selected grit type, the base type and the angle of the joint. This joint guarantees a perfect grinding result and allows you to use the grinding belt in either direction, without any risk.

BB joint whereby the Kevlar tape is applied along the top instead of the bottom. For this purpose, a strip of grit the width of the Kevlar tape is removed off the upper side.