Saturday, February 14, 2015

The Future of Diamond Cutting Tools

Diamond Cutting Tools
In the era of technology, Diamond Cutting Tools are still holding the ground with utmost efficacy in the market. Certainly, it is the extraordinary benefits that manufacturers of the diverse industrial segment receive, which creates a huge demand for this product in the market. Technology is increasingly being improved in the segment to provide better solutions to the customers in terms of performance, efficiency, strength, and corrosion.

What makes Diamond Cutting Tools so effective.

Diamond is a very hard material and thus chosen over silicon carbide and corundum by the manufacturers. The tool is fabricated by putting diamond grains at the functional part of the cutting tools by adopting different bonding methods and material resulting exclusively sharp edges.

Key Benefits of the These Tools

Excellent grinding efficiency: As diamond itself is a very hard material, it does not requires extensive grinding force during the process, thus, surface of the workpiece will have less weariness, burns, and cracks, apart from the reduced energy consumption.

Durability: Long functional life of Diamond Cutting Tools ultimately reduce the maintenance cost of the product thereby making it a cost-effective process.

Wear Resistance:
With strength and durability comes the power to endure the daily weariness of the working. Again considering this aspect, these tools proves to be cost-effective, wear resistant, and having long life span.

The above benefits are enhanced in the tool by opting different manufacturing methods depending upon the applications. Some of the fabrication method of these tools includes metal bonded diamond tools, plated diamond tools, ceramic bonded diamond tools, high temperature brazed diamond tools, polycrystalline diamond tools, and others.


It is the application and uses of the tools that determines it future. And when it comes to diamond tools, it is suitable to cut carbide alloy, non-metallic abrasive material like stone, glass, ceramics, and various other non-ferrous material such as aluminum, copper, rubber, resin, and various others.

However, the significant drawback of this tools that limits it use is its reaction with Ferrous, Co, Nickel, Chromium, and V under high temperature due to which, it is not suitable to be used in processing steel.