Choosing the Best Diamond Wheel to Increase Productivity Rate

Are you struggling to find a wheel to work with difficult-to-grind workpieces?

Eagle Superabrasives is a one-stop shop for choosing the right diamond wheel to meet your needs. With an extensive inventory of over 6,000 diamond, CBN and CDX wheels in stock, we are able to ship 90% of orders same-day. Custom orders can be shipped in as little seven days.


Choosing the right diamond wheel starts with knowing how diamonds are used in a superabrasive wheel.

Diamond is the hardest material known to man, so it only makes sense for machinists to incorporate diamond particles into grinding wheels.

Diamond wheels are designed for wet or dry precision grinding at high speed on a variety of hard materials.


What Can I Expect from a Diamond Wheel?

With diamond wheels from Eagle Superabrasives, you can expect higher removal rates, superior form holding and longer wheel life. Diamond grinding wheels are specially designed to grind carbides and a large variety of other materials fast and cool.

While diamond wheels provide longer wheel life than generic conventional grinding wheels, such as grit or ceramic wheels, it is the ability to grind more parts faster that make the greatest impact for your bottom-line.  Being able to increase the amount of pieces you grind in a day can generate massive revenue, increasing your overall profit by increasing your capacity.

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Diamond Wheels and Bond Styles

Eagle Superabrasives manufactures our diamond wheels with high-performance resin bonds in numerous grades and hardnesses.  We also have six different core materials, allowing the proper support for each and every wheel.

Choosing a finer grit for your diamond wheel will give better finishes on carbide and other materials, while coarser grits will allow for aggressive stock removal.

Have a special application that needs a little something extra?  Tell us about your application, and our application engineers will recommend the best bond type available to suit your individual needs.


If Diamond is the Hardest Material, How Do Diamond Wheels Wear Down?

Diamond is such a superior abrasive, that the break down of diamond wheels is almost exclusively due to the bond wearing down.  This is why it is important to choose a diamond wheel manufacturer that specializes in bonds in order to squeeze the most performance possible out of the bond.

Eagle Superabrasives employees chemists and engineers with countless years of experience perfecting our bond systems, ensuring that our wheels last longer and cut more effectively than our competitors.

Beyond the quality of the bond itself, maintaining diamond wheels through proper dressing and truing can make a big difference in wheel performance and longevity. Check out this video to learn more!


Trust the Experts

When you’re ready to try the best, trust the experts at Eagle Superabrasives to deliver quality customer service and superior diamond wheels.

It is our drive to provide long-lasting wheels and form long-lasting relationships with our customers.

Contact us today and speak to a member of our team regarding choosing the best diamond wheel for your specific needs!