Diamond cutting is the result of using mainly synthetically-produced diamonds held in a metal matrix, which is brazed or laser-welded onto carrier tools such as core barrels and circular saw blades. These tools are rotated against the structure to be cut and grind the material away.
Published: January 2000. Reviewed October 2016
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