A blade should be dressed every 60 linear feet of cutting, You may need to dress more or less frequently depending on the material being cut.
30822 Raimondi Diamond Blade Resin Dressing Stone
- Product code: 30822
- Manufacturer: Raimondi
- MPN: DSRDBC
Raimondi Diamond Blade Resin Dressing Stone
- Same as True Blue dressing stone.
- Resin dressing stone will unleash the best cutting ability of all your diamond products, such as blades, hole saws, etc.
- The special formatted grit is designed to sharpen and reactivate diamond blades, as they may have been glazed over by cutting super hard porcelain or many other types of material.
- Specially Formatted Grit to unleash the best cutting ability.
- Dressing stones are recommended to be used every 60 cuts to maximize blade efficiency
- For diamond blades, hole saws, core bits, grinding wheels, and more!
- LxWxH = 4" x 2" x 1".
Question & Answers
The best way to dress a diamond wheel is to gently press a dressing stone against the edge of the wheel while it is in operation (spinning). Consider using a Solid Gold Dressing Stone for faster and more precise results.
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
Cutting tons of tile can get the blade gummed up. The Siri True Blue dressing stone gets my porcelain blade back in shape by simply slicing off a very thin portion of the stone w/ the blade. It will last a lifetime for me - as it is very efficient at its job.
This dressing stone works great. Cleans up the diamonds on your wet saw blade for better cutting. Once the diamonds on the blade get glazed over and worn, this dressing stone renews the diamonds for better/cleaner cutting.
We had bought this item to bring back the precision of our diamond cutting blades. A must have, it will add additional time to a very tired blade.
How many blades in the past did I throw away because the were "dull"? Use these stones to refresh the diamonds on your blades and the will last longer. I refresh my blades at least once before each job. You can just rub the stone up against the edge of each side of the blade and slice a small sliver off to make the most use of the stone. Should be a regular maintenance routine for all tile setters.
Cutting through this stone makes cutting tile faster and easier.
I have not found any instructions on how to use this dressing stone. So, what I've done is to start the saw and cut into an edge of the stone with the left side of the blade and again with the right side of the blade. I do this each day I use the saw. I guess it works, as the saw still cuts my pavers.
I've been cutting a lot of large 12x24" glass tiles and I've been using it on the blade of my diamond saw when I notice the glass isn't cutting as clean as it should. It's definitely a must have.
I've used these for many years. They work great. My only complaint is that they are half the size they were last time I bought them!!! Could the manufacturing cost have gone up that much ?? Also it took longer than usual to get my items this time! Great stone but not a great deal this time around
Excellent tool. A half dozen thin slices slowly through the blue block and my Porcelein is getting cut easily again, no more wandering blade or resistance. I strongly recommend these things.
I have a Gemini XT saw and I cut ALOT of Borosilicate glass in my production. I use to use the ordinary white dressing sticks. But since I started to using the TRUE BLUE my cuts are coming out CLEANER and more PRECISE. A MUST HAVE!
I was skeptical but this resin works, good thing I kept all those old blades.
I wanted to keep my expensive diamond blade in good condition since the last one I abused too fast. I even got some time out of the old one with this stone. Now I use it a bit after every few cuts and it seems to keep the blade cutting well. could just be a good blade though and me not abusing it