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Dressing / Truing a resin diamond wheel

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Dave S29/06/2021 09:45:44
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Morning all,

Im still building my tool grinder, but I have enough bits to do a few trial grinds to make sure that all the various angles and such work ok.

I have an alloy bodied resin diamond wheel that I am using - you can see it in this photo:


I have had it for a while, and it’s been used on the previous iterations of this grinder.
As a result the face isn’t flat anymore.
What do I use to dress / make flat again?
I have single mounted diamond for my Surface Grinder, a number of scrap alox wheels, and a norbide dressing stick.


Chris Evans 629/06/2021 09:58:45
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I have never properly dressed the face of a cup wheel like that due to lack of the correct kit. What I do with mine is "Lap" the face on a criss/crossed cast iron lapping plate with a drop of paraffin. Worn faces can be restored quickly if not allowed to get to bad. No doubt people who used the correct method will be horrified.

John P29/06/2021 10:01:51
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Try these

Or Google dressing resin diamond wheels plenty of options


David George 130/06/2021 13:56:56
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Hi Dave there is an attachment to true diamond wheels. It is a small spindle with a soft grinding wheel which when brought in to contact with the wheel has an inbuilt brake to slow it and it trues the wheel.



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