Superior Craftsmanship

Dense materials once proved challenging to cut. Specialty diamond blades and tools, however, have redefined every line. These items provide quality abrasions, eliminating concerns of rough edges or heavy centers. Superior craftsmanship is effortless in carbide industries, engineering fields, stone carving and more.

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Quality Tools and Quality Results

Every abrasive operation from engineering to optics, stone carving to carbide distribution requires quality tools and quality results. Diamond plated options now offer both, with their sturdy cores and sharp edges adapting to every need. Seamless manufacturing is now possible.
 

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The Right Tools for the Job

Everything can’t be made from wood all the time. For everything else, from cars to delicate eyeglasses, you need precision shaping, polishing and grinding tools. Without the right tools, you can’t work with metal, glass, ceramics or many other materials used by different industries. Use super-abrasive tooling for those machining needs, and enjoy large company capabilities that allow you to handle many more products.

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What You Should Know Before Picking A Supplier

Diamond grinding wheels are available in a variety of commonly used shapes and sizes, but custom tools are often needed in specialized industries, including medical, aerospace, and ceramics. Weeding through professional grinding wheel manufacturers can be a daunting task, but custom-made surface grinding wheels are necessary for these industries.

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Your Tools Are Only As Good As Your Dresser

Do you know how to choose and use the tools that keep your grinding wheel in working condition? The proper grinding wheel dressing stone is essential for an efficient wheel. Assess your needs and stock up on quality dressing tools for every metal grinding wheel, drill, and surface that you use regularly. Dress your tools as often as you need to to keep them in top condition and functioning like new.

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How do Superabrasives compare to conventional abrasives?

Each wheel type has their place in manufacturing, there are materials that superabrasive wheels will not grind and there are material that conventional wheels will not grind. It all comes down to material hardness. For materials harder than 45 RHC, a superabrasive wheel is the most cost effective option. Superabrasive wheels do not wear away like conventional wheels do, therefore your shop stays cleaner and the air your employees breathe is much cleaner.

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