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A diamond wheel is a cutting tool made of a metal disc or rim with diamonds bonded to the rim or circumference. It is used for cutting, grinding, and shaping various materials, including concrete, masonry, glass, ceramics, and other hard or abrasive materials. The diamonds on the wheel provide a hard, abrasive surface that is capable of cutting through the material, while the metal disc or rim provides a supportive structure and helps to dissipate heat. Diamond wheels come in different shapes and sizes, including circular saw blades, grinding wheels, and cup wheels, and are used in a variety of applications, including construction, manufacturing, and fabrication. The use of diamond wheels results in a clean, precise, and efficient cutting or grinding process, making them an essential tool for many industries. The ones with many big diamond segments can undertake heavy workloads, for example, grinding concrete and stone, while those with small or sparse diamond segments are normally used for fast removal of paints, wallpapers, glues, epoxy, and other surface coatings.

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Diamond Wheel