Diamond Resin REZ Soft Wheel

Diamond Resin REZ Soft Wheel

Diamond Resin REZ Soft Wheels are aggressive resin wheels used for cabbing, forming, contour grinding and pre-polishing stone, glass, synthetic material and even some metals. They are efficient wheels and well-suited for high volume commercial cabbing.Our Diamond Resin Soft REZ Grinding Wheels are an excellent choice for high volume commercial cabbing. Using a proprietary technique, commercial grade diamonds are locked into a specially formulated resin-bonded belt that is mounted on a medium density foam backing with plastic center core. The medium density foam backing absorbs pressure and provides a cushion so that the wheel conforms to your stone.These wheels are manufactured with an aggressive resin bond, resulting in a rough texture with sharp points. Due to their napped nature, these wheels require a break-in period prior to working on your jewelry pieces.You can also use them on other cabbing machine brands. All wheels have 1″ arbor holes and come with bushings to accommodate 1/2″, 5/8″ and 3/4″ arbors.

Premium REZ Diamond Wheels Break-In Instructions

For premium REZwheels only. First of all, please do not use this wheel dry. Use plenty of water. Failure to do so will cause damage to the wheel. These wheels are manufactured with aggressive resin bond, resulting in rough texture with sharp points. They require a break-in period prior to working on cabs or other jewelry pieces. To break-in your wheel, sand and polish a large piece of agate (or something else that is in-between 8-9 on a hardness scale) to remove excess resin bond that contains protruding diamonds and smooth down all sharp points. Using these wheels without breaking them in can cause a scratchy finish. Make sure the piece of agate or other material you are using to break-in your wheel is of no value to you. Use a piece of agate with a smooth face and a square or rough straight edge on one side (use the rough edge to knock off the very tops of the peaks only). Use the agate with plenty of water to run the wheel in.Don’t try to smooth the wheel entirely as this will wear the wheel excessively. Avoid placing sharp edged of stone onto the wheels as this will strip the resin right off. While cabbing



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