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Diamond Channel Laps 

Enhanced Durability: Our Diamond Channel Laps feature a robust solid carbide construction and diamond coating, ensuring enhanced durability and prolonged tool life. With their exceptional durability and performance, these laps are the ultimate solution for graphite machining applications.

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting , making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.Crafted from premium metal bonded diamond , these Laps boast island type plateaus separated by Channel depressions. They come equipped with a standard pre-attached aluminum master lap, ensuring ease of use and maximum efficiency.Unlike regular laps, Diamond Channel laps feature a textured  surface with randomly spaced channels surrounding diamond impregnated "islands." These Channel depressions allow cutting debris to be quickly flushed away, resulting in a quick cutting action that is unparalleled in the industry.With a 1/2" standard hole size, these laps are versatile and can be used for a wide range of applications. Whether you are a professional lapidary or a hobbyist, Diamond Channel Laps are an essential tool for achieving precise, high-quality cuts.

60Grit

60Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

180Grit

180Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

600Grit

600Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

80Grit

80Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

220Grit

220Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

1200Grit

1200Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

100Grit

100Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

320Grit

320Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

3000Grit

3000Grit

Diamond Channel Laps

Diamond Channel Laps are a superior cutting tool that features a unique textured surface. This surface allows for greater contact with the diamond surface, as debris is effortlessly whisked away through the channels. The result is faster, cleaner cutting, making these laps ideal for a variety of general cutting purposes.

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FAQ

Q: What are the best laps for faceting?
(medium) - I like and recommend that most people use a 600 lap. I use it mostly for cutting Quartz and Beryl (to be honest), and then use a 1200 Nu Bond composite lap for a pre-polish. On other materials (like Tourmaline and Garnets) I generally go right to my worn 1200 steel lap, skipping the 600 lap. 1200 Diamond.
Q: What is the best diamond facet?
By far the most popular cut is the Round Brilliant, with it's fifty-seven perfectly aligned facets it's brilliance really does out-shine the others. Total internal reflection is the key here; light travels through the stone giving optimum sparkle and scintillation.
Q: Is faceting gems hard?
There are several steps to put 57 facets on a gem, but none of them are difficult. Cutting your first round brilliant is really the hardest step, since you have to learn all the new controls and procedures. At first, you'll need six to eight hours. With practice, you'll only need an hour or two.
Q: Is an extra facet on a diamond bad?
Sometimes, an extra facet or a misshapen facet is purposely introduced to remove an inclusion and to improve the diamond's clarity grade. This is a calculated move as the symmetry flaw doesn't impact value as much as the improvement in clarity grade does.
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