Raimondi Resin Dressing Stone for Diamond Blades
Raimondi Resin Dressing Stone
Resin dressing stones will unleash the best cutting ability of all your diamond products, such as blades, hole saws, etc.
- Specially formatted grit is designed to sharpen and reactivate diamond blades, as they may have been glazed over by cutting many other types of material
- Dressing stones are recommended to be used every 60 cuts for porcelain and every 90 cuts for stone/granite to maximize blade efficiency
- Just enter the diamond rim into the stone to rejuvenate your diamond cutting equipment
- For diamond blades, hole saws, core bits, grinding wheels, and more
- LxWxH = 4" x 2" x 1"
Questions & Answers
How often should I use this dressing stone?
by Mel B. 7/7/2015 3:47:38 pm
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.
I engrave fine crystal with any design using diamond wheels. The edge of my wheels are dull. What is the best way to sharpen them?
by Patty Sevre 5/13/2016 1:06:32 pm
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.
Is this the correct dressing stone for a glass tile blade?
by James Manchester 2/28/2019 5:42:08 pm
You can use this dressing stone on diamond blades for glass.
My wet saw does not raise and lower blade, how can I dress a diamond blade without making shallow cuts first?
by Mary 4/12/2020 3:32:20 pm
You only need to run the diamond matrix (rim of blade) into the dressing stone to rejuvenate it. You can put the resin dressing stone on your cutting table just like a piece of tile or stone you are cutting and cut the resin dressing stone up to the rim of your blade.
Ratings & Reviews
A Must Have
by Don -
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.
seems to work
by David -
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
by Rick -
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.
It does seem to work.
by Topjimmie -
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.
by Skinny -
Cutting through this stone makes cutting tile faster and easier.
by Roach -
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.