Diamond Wire Hand Saw Blades (Pack of 3)
This 320 grit diamond coated wire enables you to cut glass, stone, precious and semi-precious stones, ceramic, fibreglass, fossil, bone, shell, and composite materials. Ideal for cutting your cabochons to size, and in any shape required.
- 0.25mm diameter x 150mm (6") - Pack of 3
Use wet in a piercing saw frame, slowly, with a back and forth action. The diamond hand saw blades cut cleanly with precision.
The life of the blade depends on many factors including the speed with which you use the wire, the amount of pressure applied, and the hardness and thickness of the material being cut.
Piercing Saw Frame Not Included
Different lengths available upon request, please ask.
" I am amazed by the ease of use, and the results. Without any force at all, letting the blade do all the work, and keeping everything wet, the wire cut through a Roman glass bead 7.4 mm thick at the thickest point very fast. The relatively soft beach stones we have here were a sinch, cut through it like butter. I also cut some kyanite and amazonite very easily.
I use the Roman flat glass shards a lot and being able to cut them with some precision and less danger of breaking is great" - Alek Lindus.
For further help you may like to read our tutorial: 'How To Easily Cut & Shape Sea Glass and Stones Using Diamond Wre Hand Saw Blades'
Electroplated/ coated Diamond Wire Hand Saw Blades
- Thickness/diameter: 0.25mm
- Length: 150mm/6"
- Grit/abrasive: 320 grit
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can diamond wire hand saw be used for cutting copper and other types of metals
Diamond saw blades should only be used for cutting stone, glass, shell, bone ceramic, porcelain and glazed tile.
Will the product bend without snapping?
Yes, the diamond wire will bend without snapping.
I am unfamiliar with hand saws, etc. will the diamond blades work with the jewelers saw? Thank you
Yes, the jewelers saw is ideal to use with the Diamond saw blades. You may be interested in our article 'How To Easily Cut & Shape Sea Glass and Stones Using Diamond Wire Hand Saw Blades'.