Diamond Granite Router Bits

1 High efficiency and long lifespan
2 Competitive price and stable quality
3 Production capacity: 30,000 pieces/month
4 Various diamond profiling tool sizes and types
5 Excellent leader of irregular shape stone processing tools

Diamond Granite Router Bits

Experienced manufacturer of Diamond Granite Router Bits, we supply diamond segments, diamond saw blades, diamond wire saw and diamond grinding tools for stone factories, quarries and wholesalers all over the world.

Characteristics of Product

1. Precise profiling, high efficiency.
2. Long life and good balance.
3. The excellent leader of irregular shape stone processing tools.
4. It is widely used in processing the edge of stone vanity tops, countertops, table tops and shaping of special-shaped stone, etc.

Packaging and Shipping for Diamond Profiling Tools

Inner packing: packed in a paper box; outside packaging is according to the transport way, if by air, we recommend carton package which will reduce the weight; if by sea, we recommend crate which is seaworthy. Other packaging is also available upon your request.
Urgent order with less weight or samples, courier service is recommended;
Normal (regular) order which weight over 45kgs, delivering by air is recommended;
Big diameter saw blades or heavy weight products, shipping by sea is recommended.
Edgestone will offer advices according to the actual order requirements.

Our Services

1. Fine raw materials are used for processing, high grade raw materials, imported cobalt powder and high-quality diamond single crystals, to ensure the best performance of our products.
2. Customized designs are available. We can also help customers design and develop new products, and adjust cutting efficiency and lifespan upon your request.
3. Knowledgeable sales representatives are available to reply all inquiries and e-mails within 24 hours.
4. Every details will be confirmed with you before production.
5. Each processing would be completed by our skillful worker.
6. Strict quality management system. During the whole production process, from raw material choosing, processing to packing, our quality assurance people will strictly control each single and every process to guarantee quality standards and punctual delivery.
7. Detailed and clear pictures will be sent before packing and loading for you.
8. We will keep you update of the order and shipping status till you get the products smoothly.

If you're interested in Diamond Granite Router Bits, just feel free to contact us, we will keep providing excellent service and good quality products for you.

Contact Info.

Sales Manager: Adam Li
Phone/WhatsApp: 0086-15805032000
Skype: adam-li@outlook.com

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