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Thin Rim Sintered Diamond Saw Blades


When it comes to precision cutting, our Thin Rim Sintered Diamond Saw Blades outshine notched blades. These blades are engineered for longevity, and their design ensures that diamonds are securely held within a metal bond that extends the full depth of the rim. As the blade wears away with each cut, diamonds are continuously exposed, guaranteeing a long blade life and clean, thin cuts. Take a closer look at the diamonds embedded in the rim by clicking on the image to enlarge.

Key Features:

  1. Extended Diamond Bond: The diamonds in these blades are secured within a metal bond that reaches the entire depth of the rim. This design choice enhances the blade's lifespan and cutting precision.

  2. Continuous Diamond Exposure: As the blade is used, the diamonds are consistently exposed at the cutting edge. This ensures that you can maintain clean and thin cuts throughout the blade's life.

  3. Long-Lasting Performance: These blades are known for their long life, making them a cost-effective choice for professionals and enthusiasts who value durability and precision.

  4. Arbor Bushings: All our saw blades come with the option to choose 1/2" arbor bushings, providing versatility for different equipment.

  5. Lubrication Requirement: It's crucial to operate these blades with a lubricant, such as water or oil. Running them dry can lead to overheating and premature wear.

Recommended Operating Speeds:

To ensure optimal performance and maximize the lifespan of these diamond saw blades, adhere to the following recommended operating speeds:

  • 4" Blade: 4,000 RPM

  • 5" Blade: 3,000 RPM

  • 6" Blade: 2,650 RPM

  • 8" Blade: 2,000 RPM

  • 10" Blade: 1,700 RPM

  • 12" Blade: 1,350 RPM

  • 14" Blade: 1,100 RPM

In summary, our Thin Rim Sintered Diamond Saw Blades are the epitome of durability and precision in cutting tools. Whether you're shaping gemstones, working with ceramics, or handling other materials that require clean, thin cuts, these blades are your trusted choice. Their continuous diamond exposure and extended bond make them ideal for professionals and hobbyists alike who seek a balance between longevity and precision in their cutting projects.

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What is the company Diamond Tool?

Diamond Tool is a full line contractor supply house. With a 20,000 square foot showroom, in-house repair department, large rental equipment fleet, knowledgeable inside and outside sales staff, and emphasis on safety service solutions, Diamond Tool brings something unique to contractors everyday.

How do you electroplate diamond tools?

In the diamond electroplating process, the tool body (negatively charged) is placed in a tank where the diamond grit (positive charge) is “tacked” to the exposed surface. Nickel is then electroplated to strengthen the hold of the diamond grit to the body.

How are diamond coated tools made?

Plated diamond tools: These tools are made by fixing the diamonds onto the tool's base via electroplating method or via CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) method. They can usually be made to good processing precision. Ceramic-bonded diamond tools: The tools' bonding material is usually glass and ceramic powder.

What are the benefits of diamond tools?

Tools that use diamonds have higher wear resistance, higher grinding efficiency, and a longer lifespan. Diamond saws and drills will help ensure a high-quality cut for concrete projects, and will reduce time and effort. Synthetic diamonds are a regular fixture in the construction industry.

What are electroplated diamond tools?

Electroplated diamond tools have a monolayer of abrasive coating on a metal substrate. The individual diamond grits are bonded through an electroplated nickel layer. They project well out of the bond so that very open, easy cutting tools with exceptionally large chip spaces are created.

What kinds of processes require the use of diamond tools?

1. Geological Exploration and Mining. Diamond cutting tools are used in the oil/gas industry for drilling and mining bits. ... 2. Construction. ... 3. Stone Processing Applications. ... 4. IT and Home Appliances. ... 5. Engineering Ceramics Applications.

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