Year: 2018

Re-tip, Repair, and Rebuild Diamond Core Drills: The Practical Choices

Blog | December 18th, 2018

Core drills have been used for various purposes over the years to remove cylindrical shaped amounts of materials on project sites. The strongest types of these are the diamond core drills since they have the ability to cut through concrete or other hard materials to remove sections of these materials for different reasons. Even though […]

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Diamond Grinding Wheels: Why they’re Not Meant to Use for Steel?

Blog | December 4th, 2018

Just as a warning to the wise, diamond grinding wheels are not designed to abrade or cut steel. There are other tools for this job. Remember, diamonds are made of highly cohesive arrays of carbon atoms. Remember, also, steel uses carbon as a strengthening element. Steel, in actual fact, is an iron-carbon alloy, which also […]

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Care and Maintenance Tips for Diamond Blades

Blog | November 21st, 2018

Do diamond blades really need care and maintenance when they’re considered the hardest material in existence? Well, the actual diamonds are durable and pretty much impervious to harm, but the discs aren’t quite as indestructible. Therefore, diamond blades respond well to careful handling. Cooling lubricants and speed/pressure controlling smarts protect them when they’re at work, […]

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What are the Different Types of Diamond Blades?

Blog | November 15th, 2018

Diamond blades come in scores of different forms. Naturally, as any buyer would expect, there are different brands to pick from, but this post isn’t setting out to debate some vendor-specific matter. Looking deeper than brand labels, to the hardened metal cores and their diamond-encrusted rims, we’ll be checking out different blade styles and profiles. […]

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Custom Drill Bits and Drill Bits: Why Diamond is the Best Material?

Blog | October 26th, 2018

Today’s expanded number of drilling applications can leave drill bit manufacturers scrambling to play catch-up. There are glassy and mineral-heavy surfaces to drill. If a custom drill bit doesn’t perform adequately, then that material will fracture. Think of the expense, the harm caused by this sub-par cutting tool. Imagine, just for a moment, that the […]

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Important Things to Know About Diamond Drill Bits

Blog | October 11th, 2018

Engineers know diamond drill bits are equipped with unstoppable cutting power. Thanks to Hollywood movies, even a tool-ignorant onlooker knows a gem-tipped drill can penetrate practically any substance. Stepping beyond the tattle and the tale, though, what are the hard facts? How unstoppable is this tool, really? Without further ado, here are some of the […]

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Different Applications of Custom Diamond Blades

Blog | September 26th, 2018

Diamond blades, their water-cooled cutting profiles abrading their way through granite and sandstone with equal disdain, are designed to be used in different applications. For example, that granite cutting edge will also move leisurely through a block of marble, but that doesn’t mean it can then be repurposed as a cured concrete cutting blade or […]

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Sandstone and Diamond Blades: Qualities and Characteristics

Blog | September 10th, 2018

Diamonds sparkle beautifully on engagement rings. However, away from the jewellery shop, diamonds work for a living. They’re mounted on drill bits and other tools. Today, diamond blades are dropping on sandstone blocks, which part cleanly under the abrasive impact of nature’s hardest known material. Come on, let’s check out their key properties. Let’s see […]

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