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Kingpin Sintered Diamond Rim Saw Blade


The HSP sintered diamond blade is an excellent choice for cutting a variety of materials, including glass, lapiary, gemstone, jewelry, tile, and more. This blade is designed with a thick rim of sintered diamond, which ensures that it can easily cut through any material you need to work with.

One of the key benefits of the HSP sintered diamond blade is its durability. The sintered diamond rim is incredibly tough and long-lasting, which means you won't have to replace your blade as frequently as you might with other options. This can save you time and money in the long run, as you won't have to keep purchasing new blades.

Another advantage of the HSP sintered diamond blade is its versatility. It can be used to cut a wide range of materials, from delicate gemstones to tough tiles. This means that you can use it for a variety of projects, whether you're working on jewelry-making or home renovation.

When selecting a blade, it's important to choose one that is appropriately sized for your needs. The HSP sintered diamond blade comes in a variety of sizes, so you can choose the one that best suits your project. Nominal sizing is used for identification purposes, which means you can easily find the right blade for your needs.

Overall, if you're looking for a high-quality blade that can handle a variety of materials, the HSP sintered diamond blade is an excellent choice. Its durability, versatility, and range of sizes make it a great option for both professionals and DIY enthusiasts.

Hole Size: 16mm and 20mm



20mm to 16mm: This type of Bushings has a center hole size of 16mm, with an outer diameter 20mm. It is used to connect or adapt 16mm shafts

20mm to 19mm: This type of Bushings has a center hole size of 19mm, with an outer diameter 20mm. It is used to connect or adapt 19mm shafts

20mm to 12.7mm:This type of Bushings has a center hole size of 12.7mm, with an outer diameter 20mm. It is used to connect or adapt 12.7mm shafts

These various types of center hole Bushings can be employed as needed to assist in connecting different-sized shafts , ensuring compatibility with various shafts

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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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