Summit AP Polishing Wheels from Alpha Professional Tools
Alpha Professional Tools introduces Summit AP Polishing Wheels. This enhanced version of the company’s popular Summit Resin will now polish engineered stone/quartz surfaces, granite, marble and limestone. They fit on the most common radial arm polishers and will match the factory finish provided by large multi-head polishing machines. The wheels are perfect for fabricating countertops, tabletops and the backside of slabs or monument sides and tops. They are quick to change from grit to grit and provide fast, consistent and superior quality results. The advanced design of the Summit AP is sure to make jobs easy — saving time and money.
Talon Miter Cut Bridge Saw Blade 12” from Braxton-Bragg
Don’t leave your miter cuts to just any blade!
Choose the Talon Miter Cut Quartz, Granite & Marble Bridge Saw Blades. These blades are designed to cut sharp, smooth, chip-free edges for miter cuts. Great for cutting Dekton and quartzite.
Cyclone S Resin Cup Wheel from Diamax
The new Cyclone S Resin Cup Wheel has the look and feel of a pad but has the performance and durability of a traditional cup wheel. These wheels perform well on ultra compact material, as well as granite, engineered stone and marble. The aluminum body makes this cup wheel light and easy to handle. The 30 and 50 grit are aggressive enough for rapid stock removal, while the 100 and 200 grit are perfect for cleaning up seams and miters. These wheels can be used wet or dry.
Diamut Tools from Diamut
Technologically innovative materials are at the basis of the latest furnishing, design and architectural trends. The new range of Diamut tools were developed with specific characteristics for machining sintered materials such as: Laminam, Neolith, Stoneglass, Kerlite, etc. The entire range comes, upon request, in various diameters and suitable for many different machine types.
Diamant’s DM 60 SERIES 5 Metal + 1 Rubber Wheels package from Nicolai Diamant
Nicolai Diamant’s DM 60 Series 5 Metal + 1 Rubber Wheels package is the ideal solution for fabricating engineered stone. With a wide stock removal range, these diamond tools can travel 30 feet per minute, meeting your every fabrication need. By using only one polisher, tool life is prolonged, downtime is drastically reduced, changeover occurs less, decrease in one-use tools being wasted, redressing occurs less frequently and more time is created for fabricating.
Less polishers and more metal wheels mean your slabs will significantly decrease in their residual lines, wavy finishes and ripple effects left on the edge.
Italdiamant Dekton Blades from Regent Stone
These silent core blades are made by Italdiamant and are certified and approved by Cosentino for cutting Dekton. The silent core blades measure 12, 14, 16 and 18 inches. They run quietly and give clean chip-free cuts on all Dekton materials. Dimensions are 10mm x 60/50mm arbor.
Ceramic Blades from Tenax
Tenax has a new line of blades for cutting ceramic materials. These blades have been developed specifically for all sintered material fabricators. These blades will help your fabricator cut with confidence and produce a clean edge with minimal chipping. Available in 14 and 16 inches. Tenax ceramic blades have a feed rate for a straight cut of 31 to 79 inches per minute. For miter cuts the feed rates are 20 to 55 inches per minute. Tenax also has blades marketed specifically for Dekton materials.
Terminator Diamond NanoCut [DK3] Sintered Porcelain Blade from Terminator
Coping with change is not always easy. The ever-increasing myriad of materials now in demand can cause even the best to struggle with getting the job done right. This is what drives our desire to innovate—to actually make the tools that help you get the next job done right regardless of the material.
Problems with sintered porcelain; Dekton, Neolith, Lapitec, etc? Look no further than the NanoCut.DK3 lineup of bridges blades, core bits and turbo blades for fast speeds and less headaches. See the difference for yourself.
Zenesis Carbon from Zenesis Technology
Zenesis Carbon was originally designed for large-format porcelain and sintered stone products such as Dekton, Lapitec, Neolith, etc., but the company has later identified an impressive number of additional applications. It also worked exceptionally well on difficult semi-precious stones and other challenging materials. It is a highly versatile all-around blade for lower HP saws that might otherwise struggle with hard materials. The ultra-thin rim, combined with tightly butted segments, renders a remarkably clean finish in both straight and miter cuts, and the reinforced core keeps the blade from deflecting while cutting.