Diamonds blood & steel.

Images made through a microscope. All subject types.

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harisA
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Diamonds blood & steel.

Post by harisA »

A dental drill with human residues.Image

Mitch640
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Post by Mitch640 »

Wow, that's nice.

Looks like carot residue. :)

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Post by Charles Krebs »

Thanks alot!
I already disliked going to the dentist, and this does not help in any way! :shock: :wink:
(However, it is a good shot and interesting).

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Post by lauriek »

That's just so wrong!!!!!!

I'm totally with Charles, not good with dentists at all. But it is a great shot, and really makes a change from the regular subjects!

So those are little hunks of synthetic diamond embedded onto a steel shaft?

Why doesn't the blood all just fly off, I thought these things rotated at huge RPM?

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Post by rjlittlefield »

Nicely photographed! I don't find these troubling at all -- perhaps my dentists have been too gentle. :)

About the diamonds, I'm thinking these are probably embedded in a nickel coating on a steel substrate, much like the sharpening stone photographed HERE.

--Rik

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thank you all.

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