We are a certified Husqvarna rep. Our most popular selling tool is the Husqvarna K-760 which uses diamond blades and abrasive wheels for cutting. I have written about this saw plenty and compared it to Stihl and others. In my opinion, biased as it may be, this saw is superior to all of its competition. This is based on comfort, speed, horsepower and durability.
I wanted to share this video I saw on youtube. It is a bit of a long video, but a fireman basically gives a full orientation and breakdown of how the saw works. Enjoy and let me know if you have any additional comments.
Rapid Realty gives 15% raise to every employee who tattoos the company logo on them. Unreal, I love it, so does the whole country obviously, the story is everywhere. Obviously the CEO knows how to create a buzz and the story really shows the employees loyalty towards the company they work for.
So, in honor of this great idea, I am going to offer 15% off of all our diamond blades through Friday. Every order, no matter how big or small, I won’t even ask that you tattoo our logo on you, although, I think ours is a little cooler than Rapid Realty’s.
I’m gonna make it real easy to get a green diamond blade this coming St. Patrick’s Day. We have two awesome green diamond blades.
The Green Tornado is the first. It is a turbo masonry diamond blade, thing cuts like a dream, ultra fast and super smooth, regularly $139… Today through St. Paddy’s Day, $99!
The Green Lightning is a very popular concrete turbo diamond blade. Things slices through concrete pavers like butter. It has a perforated core to stay cool and turbo diamond segments that keeps it cutting fast. Usually $109 …. Today through St. Paddy’s Day. $89!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day Weekend from Diamond King Tools diamond blades! Call to take advantage of these deals! 877-700-2022
Discount Contractor Warehouse recently brought our diamond blades to the Cape Cod Landscape Show. This was our first time exhibiting there and we had a blast. There were some great exhibitors and really solid traffic throughout the day.
I love the regional landscape trade shows because it has more of a personal feel. Everyone seems to know and respect each other. There was great camaraderie at this show. We brought our diamond blades, snow markers and salt spreaders and met a ton of great people.
Overall, I recommend attending, it was fun and informative. See you next Year.
I just received our confirmation letter for our booth at The New England Grows Show. We are going to be in booth #2707. We will be displaying our top quality diamond blades by Diamond King Tools, snow markers and walk behind salt spreaders.
New England Grows Show is an awesome place to meet people in the green industry and find out about new and innovative business practices and products. We always have a great time and meet with past customers. The BCEC is one of Boston’s premiere trade show facilities and Grows Show almost fills it completely.
We look forward to meeting with all of our current and potential customers. Come by our booth for some cool gifts and see our new products.
Discount Contractor Warehouse is coming to Kentucky to showcase our diamond blades and snow products. The GIE Expo is one of the biggest and best trade shows in the country. The show is perfect for all landscape companies, masonry experts and construction in general.
We will be at booth #3207 and will have our line of diamond blades to display. We will also have our snow markers and walk behind salt spreaders.
The dealer day for all of the exhibitors is on October 24th and the general trade show is open the 25th and 26th. We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any special diamond blade requests let us know so we can bring the products with us to the trade show.
Diamond blades are sensitive. I don’t mean their feelings get hurt easily, what I do mean is that there are multiple issues that can cause a diamond blade to not cut properly and delay the cutting process. Diamond blade speed is extremely important to get your job completed in a timely manner.
Slow cutting usually occurs when the material being cut is too hard for the segments on the core of the diamond blade. When you use the appropriate blade for the appropriate application, the diamonds on the segment wear away and expose new diamonds, thus keeping the blade sharp and cutting speed optimal. What you can do is cut a soft material like asphalt, with the blade that is cutting slow. This will wear away the current layer of diamond and expose the next layer, thus “sharpening’ you diamond blade.
It is very dangerous to keep cutting in the slow cut condition, this can lead to segment loss and core cracks. Diamond blade safety is obviously important to avoid injury, but also, using the proper diamond blade for the material being cut will extend blade life and save your company money.
There are a few different methods that diamond blades can be bonded. This will determine how high the quality of diamond blade is, what process of cutting is best to use and material the diamond blade can cut.
Sintered Diamond Blades - Diamonds sintered and multiple layers of diamonds put inside the metal matrix. Diamonds are sintered in a matrix made of iron, cobalt, nickel, bronze, copper, tungsten, these metals are used in different combos. Metal bonded diamond blades are packed with diamond crystals. The diamond powder is then pressed onto the core of the diamond blade. This means that selected diamonds are mixed and sintered with specific metal alloys to achieve the best cutting performance. The metal surrounding the diamonds must wear away on the diamond blade to basically resharpen itself.
Resin Metal Bond - Resin bond diamond blades are middle of the road in regards to diamond blade life. Resin bond is a soft bond and is used in applications that need a smooth finish and require less chipping. Quality polymers are used in resin bonding. Resin is basically a tar put onto the diamond blade. Resin bond needs to be light to continually expose new diamonds on the blade. Lower quality diamonds need to be used in resin bonding because higher quality are too tough. The diamonds that are used in a resin bond are poor to medium quality. So basically, it is a lower quality product mix. Resin bond diamond blades and tools also have a high wear rate.