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Water Flow for Cutting Concrete with Diamond Blade

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For adequate protection of machinery and cutting tool - use a water flow rate 3 to 7 gallons per minute.

Dixie Diamond has bought Concut

We were informed Dixie Diamond has bought Concut, American Diamond as of July 1, 2016

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Work Hard - Stay Humble

Tell us the story behind your company's name...Because Hubris kills.

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Using a core drill rig mounted to a wall to bore a hole

This video shows how to mount a core rig to bore a hole in a wall.  For the large diameter holes 4" and up, using a core rig is easier than a hand held drill.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yej3SZ8tIcc

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Flying Segments caused by Undercutting

Diamond Blade undercutting is when the core wears faster the segments by the abrasive material being cut by the saw. The misuse will wear and break the segments sides and break away from the core of the diamond blade.Using a diamond blade designed for the hardest granite stone to cut abrasive red brick will result [...]

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Core Bit Uniform Coarse Thread

Recently asked about the type of arbor and thread of diamond core bits used in construction and remodeling projects. Most core bits under 2" are 5/8" - 11 thread. Core bits 2" and greater are usually 1 1/4" - 7 thread.  These machine threads are machine uniform coarse thread type.Call us if you have any other queries, [...]

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