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The DMT – Diamond Honing Cone is an ideal sharpening aid for all of those hard to sharpen rounded Hook & Spoon Knives, Gouges, Chisels and Round Blade Knives. In fact this Diamond Honing Cone can be used to sharpen any rounded style cutting tool, whether it be made from High Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Tungsten or Ceramic.
The DMT – Diamond Honing Cone has a diameter that ranges from 0.750-inches (19.05mm) at its smallest end to 1.250-inches (31.75mm) at its largest end, with an overall length of 8-inches (203mm).
DMT is the leading manufacturer of superior quality Monocrystaline diamond sharpening equipment throughout the world. Renowned by professionals for the quality of diamonds used in all of their products, DMT is simply the only real choice a professional should make.
The industrial grade diamonds used in all DMT products are diamonds that are known as ‘Monocrystaline’ diamonds, because this type of diamond has a single crystalline structure. Monocrystaline diamonds are manufactured without flaws or defects, into a single uniformed cohesive diamond, which will not shatter upon use. DMT Monocrystaline diamonds are simply the best diamonds for the job; they remain whole and stable throughout their entire working life, and should therefore last even the most demanding professional many, many years of trusted and reliable service.
A word of Caution! Low quality Polycrystalline diamonds are used in cheaper versions of diamond stones. These Polycrystalline diamonds are inherently flawed, causing them to quickly fragment and shatter upon use, this fragmentation effectively, changes the nature of the diamond stones grit size value, reducing the overall grinding speed and efficiency. What is worse than this is that with little continued use these cheap Polycrystalline diamonds continue to shatter until they have simply disintegrated away to nothing. In the world of diamond sharpening, you really do only get what you pay for. Polycrystalline diamonds are simply not fit for the job ... so, when only the very best will do, opt for DMT Monocrystaline Sharpening Equipment.