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A lapping medium is essentially an abrasive used to dress or polish a roughened surface.
With a correctly selected lapping button for the bore being lapped, attach it to the cleaning rod or shorter shafted starting mandrel.
In my own experience, accuracy is the greater derivative of lapping.
Bore lapping and barrel break-in are but a single link in the chain.
Size and shape of abrasive grains can affect lapping action.
Water-based vehicles are most commonly used for lapping ceramic, although oil vehicles can work in some cases.
Depending on the equipment, the vehicle also may have to carry away heat developed by lapping.
Flat lapping and polishing achieve the highest parallelism and uniformity of size when set up to perform abrasive machining on both sides of workpieces simultaneously in batchmode processing.