In this study, we have developed a thin film adhesion evaluation system for diamond coating tool, which is mainly used for CFRP processing, which is widely used in aviation and automobile industries. Carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), which is a composite material is widely used for high efficiency and light weight in the aerospace industry and automobile industry. CFRP has a low specific gravity and a high specific strength. However, it has difficulty in processing because it has difficulty property. In order to cope with this problem, CFRP is processed using a diamond coating tool with a higher surface hardness. Because of the high surface hardness of the diamond coating tool, it is difficult to evaluate the adhesive strength of the tool, and it is difficult to quantitatively evaluate the existing adhesion force evaluation method and it is costly. This study has developed an evaluation method to measure the adhesive force based on the data of the grinding process using a low cost polishing pad. When the frictional force and the shearing force are applied to the specimen by the sanding belt, friction is continuously generated between the coating layer and the belt, and peeling occurs at the moment when a specific load is applied. Acceleration, load, and torque values that occur during each experiment are collected through acceleration sensors, load cells, and torque sensors. The data obtained through the experiments are subjected to FFT processing and analysis. As a result, the peeling point and the critical load value at this point are identified and referred to as the adhesion force of the coating layer.