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Diamond Coarse Cut Saw Blade


Coarse Cut Notched diamond saw blades  are designed for professional use and are made with high-quality materials. The Diamond Coarse Cut Notched Saw Blades are manufactured by crimping synthetic diamonds directly into the edge of the saw blade, making them ideal for cutting materials such as turquoise, opal, glass, and stones in the 4-7 range on the Mohs hardness scale. These blades are faster than regular notched rim blades and come in smaller sizes with thin cores to minimize material loss when cutting valuable materials.The Thick Notched Diamond Saw Blades are made with high-quality diamond grit (120#) that is pressed onto a solid steel core, making them ideal for industrial lapidary cutting and slabbing of agates, jades, and geodes. These blades have thick kerfs and stiff cores, and all of them have a 25mm hole that can be used with 3/4", 5/8" arbors, and 1/2" bushings. It is important to use a lubricant such as water or oil when using these blades and to never run them dry. Using a good quality cutting  oil can enhance the performance and lifespan of the blades. Following the recommended operating speeds and spin-drying the blades after use can prevent rusting.

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Q: What are Flexible Diamond Tools used for?
Flexible Diamond Tools are versatile abrasive tools used for a wide range of applications, including grinding, polishing, and surface finishing on various materials such as glass, ceramics, metals, composites, and more.
Q: What are the different types of Flexible Diamond Tools available?

Flexible Diamond Tools include belts, discs, sheets, handpads, and strips with various configurations and grit sizes to suit different applications and equipment.

Q: What are the main bonding types used in Flexible Diamond Tools?

Flexible Diamond Tools are available with metal and resin bond types. Metal bonds are often used for coarser applications, while resin bonds are suitable for fine grinding and polishing.

Q: How do I maintain Flexible Diamond Tools to prolong their life?

Regular maintenance includes cleaning the tools to remove accumulated debris and inspecting them for wear. Proper care and maintenance can help extend the tools' service life.

Q: Can these tools be used on different types of equipment?

Yes, Flexible Diamond Tools can be used on a variety of equipment, including hand-held machines, stationary machines, and more. Different backing types and configurations allow for versatility in application.

Q: What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

What is the advantage of using synthetic diamonds in these tools?

Q: What are the primary applications of Flexible Diamond Tools?

These tools find applications in various industries, including architectural and scientific glass, ceramics, composites, aerospace, transportation, and more. They are used for grinding, polishing, and surface finishing.

Q: Can these tools be used for both wet and dry grinding?

While these tools can be used for dry grinding, they often perform best when used with a coolant or water during wet grinding. Wet grinding helps reduce heat and friction, improving performance and extending tool life.

Q: What is the recommended working speed for these tools?

The recommended working speed typically ranges from 25 to 32 meters per second (m/s), with a maximum speed of 45 m/s. Higher speeds are often used for improved productivity.

Q: What are the advantages of using specific patterns (e.g., big dots, medium dots, arrow patterns) on Flexible Diamond Tools?

Patterns are designed for specific purposes, such as rapid material removal, strong cutting, or efficient grinding on surfaces with sharp edges. The choice of pattern depends on the application and desired results.

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