Diamond Grit’s Influence on the Performance of Diamond Saw Blades

July 19th, 2010

Diamond grit indicates the size of the diamond. The diamond’s protrusion height on the cutting surface of the diamond saw blade influences how deep the diamond can cut, while deeper cutting means higher cutting efficiency. If the diamond is big, its exposed portion can be higher, so its cutting efficiency can also be higher. Therefore coarser diamond grit leads to higher cutting efficiency of the diamond saw blade.

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Diamond Tools: How to Choose Diamonds’ Grit – Other Considerations

July 4th, 2009

In my previous article about how to choose diamonds’ grit, I said some main points you should consider. There are still many other points which are also important.

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Diamond Tools: How to Choose Diamonds’ Grit

June 27th, 2009

When choosing the diamonds’ grit of a diamond tool, we should consider the workpieces’ roughness requirement, the tool’s cutting/grinding efficiency and the best grit range of the tool’s bond.

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