Often, dremel diamond cutting wheel are commonly used to cut hard or abrasive materials and are a useful tool in the construction industry. Common uses include cutting stone, concrete, asphalt, bricks, briquettes, glass and ceramics. It has transformed the use of diamonds from symbolizing beauty and elegance to an efficient and economical power tool that can be used in a variety of ways.
However, it is important to determine the dremel diamond cutting wheel that is suitable for the job. So there are two things to consider when choosing which type is right for your needs – bonding and style.
Diamonds present in the dremel diamond cutting wheel can be bonded in a variety of ways. The two most common types of keys are soft and hard keys. Both keys have a specific wear rate to match the material to be cut. Soft bonding is more prone to wear than hard bonding. However, the hardness of the bond is inversely proportional to the hardness of the material being cut. This means that the harder the material, the softer the bond. To further understand this, take some materials as an example. Softeners must be used for porcelain as a hard material. When the bond wears, it exposes the diamond to create a clean cut. Therefore, hard bonding is used for softer materials, which greatly extends the life of the dremel diamond cutting wheel.
To further understand which dremel diamond cutting wheel to use, the following are the styles of the dremel diamond cutting wheel and their respective uses.
Segmented dremel diamond cutting wheel
Segmented dremel diamond cutting wheel are durable and have a longer dremel diamond cutting wheel life. They are usually medium to hard. They offer the roughest cuts for concrete, marble and granite slabs; asphalt, bricks, concrete pavers, masonry or blocks; hard or reinforced concrete and limestone.
They have a wide range of diameter options from small to large, especially in the 12-inch diameter and larger markets. These dremel diamond cutting wheel are commonly used in masonry saws, concrete saws and circular saws. Segmented blades are the best choice when there is no water. However, if a person attempts to use a segmented blade on, for example, a tile, the dremel diamond cutting wheel tends to remove the tile, leaving a terrible finish.
Continuous rim dremel diamond cutting wheel
Continuous rim blades are soft bonded dremel diamond cutting wheel commonly used to cut hard materials such as tiles, porcelain, granite, stone and glass.
The most common of these blades are 4″ to 14″ diameters. Smaller diameter 4″ to 5″ blades are commonly used in hand-held grinders, while larger sizes are commonly used for circular saws and tile saws. Continuous rim dremel diamond cutting wheel are the slowest to cut than different styles of dremel diamond cutting wheel. However, they produce the best cutting results.
Turbine dremel diamond cutting wheel
Turbine blades typically have a soft bond to medium bond and can be used for general purpose cutting for a variety of specific applications.
These diamond cup grinding wheel are typically between 4 inches and 12 inches in diameter. Thanks to the turbine section design, the insert cuts faster and pushes the material out. The blade cuts concrete, brick and limestone materials efficiently.
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