In 1998 UKAM Industrial Superhard Tools, Division of LEL Diamond Tools International, Inc. Developed a new breakthrough called “SMART CUT technology” in manufacturing precision diamond tools.   SMART CUT will greatly improve your diamond tool cutting, drilling, grinding, and lapping efficiency  SMART CUT™ is an ADVANCED technology that redefines the standard in manufacturing diamond tools.

Utilizing this technology a diamond tool manufacturer is capable of orienting diamonds inside matrix so that every diamond is better able to participate in cutting or drilling action. SMART CUT™ open bond design makes sure every diamond is in the right place and at the right time, working where you need it most. You get maximum use of diamond and bond.

Hybrid Diamond Bond

Hybrind Bond Diamond Products Vs. Resin Bond Diamond Products

Longer Life​

HYBRID Bond Diamond product may last 6 to 10 of your conventional Resin Bond products put together.

More Consistent Performance​

HYBRID Bond Diamond Products are more durable than Resin Bond products. Designed to minimize wreckage, the HYBRID Bond will give you consistent results you can count on everyday.

Better Surface Finish

HYBRID Bond Diamond Products have been successfully implemented in "mission critical" applications. Depending on the material you are machining, RPM's, coolants, and other factors. HYBRID Bond can help you improve your current chipping and surface finish yields.

Universal Application

HYBRID Bond Diamond Products are the first universal diamond products you can find on the market. Designed for maximum performance, in machining materials with various degrees of hardness. HYBRID Bond products may be used in both resin bond and metal bond applications. Perfect for companies machining different materials every day.

Higher RPM's 

Thinner kerf and more precision diamond products are available in a HYBRID Bond. On most application, you will be able to use these products at higher RPM's without damaging the tool. Save money and time by getting the job done faster.

Minimum Dressing

A resin bond, is really tar in a solid form. And in many cases, must be constantly dressed. Constant dressing often results in blade loosing its roundness and becoming oval shaped. The HYBRID Bond is more solid and solves this problem by exposing each diamond in the area where its needed most. Unlike a Resin Bond, HYBRID Bond diamond products will not loose their shape or form.

No contamination

A resin bond must remain very fragile in order to expose new diamonds. For this reason, strong and high quality diamonds cannot be used in a resin bond. High quality diamonds are harder than a resin bond matrix, and would soon disintegrate the bond that keeps them in place. The diamonds that are used in a resin bond are poor to medium quality. Most of them disintegrate or fall out of the bond, before they have a chance of being used. The problem with this approach is these diamonds fall into the material being dicing, causing unwanted contamination.

Published Articles & Presentations by UKAM Industrial Superhard Tool

UKAM Industrial Superhard Tools is constantly engaged in Manufacturing, Research & Development, and Client Machining Process Optimization. Some of these breakthroughs and achievements are regularly contributed and presented in technical articles or lectures for many leading industry publications (magazines) and trade associations. Below you magazines & associations some of these articles and lectures were published or presented.

Publication / Association

Title/ Date

Diamond Drilling in the New Stone Age
December 2003 Buyers Guide
Getting the most from your diamond drill
September 2003
Core Competency. Getting the most out of your Diamond Drilling Operation
August 2003
Drill with Diamonds
August 2003
Diamond Drilling of Ultra Hard Materials
Diamond Wafering Blades & their use for Medical Industry
July 2003
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Successful Diamond Drilling
November 2003
Getting the most out of your Diamond Drilling Operation
November 2003
American Glass Blowers Society
Properly Using Diamond Core Drills
November 2003
Getting the Most Out of Your Diamond Sectioning/Wafering Operation
October 2005