SMART CUT® Resin Bond - Diamond/CBN Dicing Blades
Maintain excellent form & sharpness. Providing lower wear rate, longer life, and minimum level of chipping on wide variety materials. ​

SMART CUT® Resin series New Generation & Technology Dicing Blade is the highest performance Resin Bond Dicing Blade available today! SMART CUT®  Resin Dicing Blade lasts longer than any resin bond diamond dicing blade and maintains better form & shape consistently through its life. Resin Bond dicing blade are typically more forgiving, self dressing, and freer cutting. Excellent choice for Ultra Hard & Brittle Materials. Recommended for applications where cut quality and surface finish is very important.

SMART CUT® Resin series New Generation & Technology Dicing Blade are produced using phenolic resin as the binder, diamond abrasive as cutting media, ceramic & other advanced components as filler. UKAM Industrial Resin Bond Blades are manufactured with advanced molding process. available in a large variety of geometries, diamond sizes, diamond concentrations, and bond harnesses.

How SMART CUT® Resin Bond Works?

The sharpest and finest quality diamonds or CBN crystals that go into a SMART CUT® Resin Bond Diamond & CBN Dicing Blades, immediately penetrate into the material, grinding and polishing as they cut.

Resin bond dicing blades are made with high temperature phenolic resin, diamond particles, ceramic filler and often additional additives. Resin Bond is the softest of all the bonds, frequently used in applications that require a smooth surface. This type of dicing blade is used on majority of ultra hard & brittle materials. Resin bond dicing blades allow the bond matrix to wear faster, and allow for diamond particles/crystals to break out of their matrix faster, so that new sharp diamond particles become exposed. This self sharpening characteristic of resin bond dicing blades, based on faster bond wear out is what make this blade choice in almost half of all dicing application. Typical Resin Bond Diamond Blades last less than Sintered (Metal Bond) diamond blades, but more than electroplated (nickel bond) diamond blades. finish and minimum amount of chipping.  

Some disadvantages of resin bond dicing blades is resin bond must remain very fragile in order to expose new diamonds. Resin bond is the softest of the all the dicing bond matrixes. 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. This brings about the need for frequent blade dressing, causing the cut to lose its roundness or form. 

Another disadvantage of Resin bond is its high wear rate, lack of stiffness, and thickness limitation. Resin bond can cut hard & brittle materials fast, but will provide much shorter life. Thinnest blades that can be produced in resin bond is .004". Many of the resin bond dicing blade weaknesses and limitation have been resolved by utilizing different phenolic resin types, mixtures, fillers, and molding techniques in our New Generation Extended Wear Resin Bond and Hybrid bond dicing blades. Hence increasing their field or use in greater amount of applications.

Diamonds or CBN Crystals are activated only at the exposed layer. As Bond Matrix layer begin to wear out, diamonds in a new Bond Matrix layer are immediately activated, substituting the already used up diamond layer. The SMART CUT Diamond Resin Bond makes sure every diamond is in the right place and at the right time, working where you need it most.

The newly exposed diamonds don’t affect diamonds already working on the material. Unlike many other diamond bonds, diamonds in a Smart Cut Resin Bond remains sharp and grow sharper with each cut, prolonging product like and consistent performance.

This advanced formulated open diamond bond design insures minimal chipping, fast cut, constant speed of cut, minimal cutting noise, and most important of all, Consistent Performance.

Dicing accessories & Consumables

Every Diamond or CBN Crystal is working in the

Where you need it most.


Size designation: D x TE x H, where: D-Outside Blade Diameter,
TE –Blade Thickness, H- Blade Inside Diameter.

Note: Our standard Tolerance on Outside Diameter for all blades is +/-.002”, tolerance.
Higher tolerances are available upon request


The guide below will help you select the right blade to your material/application, fast and easy. Just locate the material you are working with. On right hand side of material and abbreviation you will find recommended diamond particle size, bond hardness to use for your application. Along with the SMART CUT ® bond series recommendation.