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DMT

Dia-Sharp - Credit Card Diamond Stone Sharpener - Fine

Item 143653
Model D3F

$17.99

Estimated Ship Date August 26, 2022

This DMT® Dia-Sharp Credit Card Diamond Stone Sharpener encourages keeping every edge tuned to its utmost. Using only water for a lubricant, knives can be drawn across the stone at a 20 degree angle, while router and other bits get their flat sides sharpened. Fine diamond (25 micron /...

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This DMT® Dia-Sharp Credit Card Diamond Stone Sharpener encourages keeping every edge tuned to its utmost. Using only water for a lubricant, knives can be drawn across the stone at a 20 degree angle, while router and other bits get their flat sides sharpened. Fine diamond (25 micron / 600 mesh) for a razor sharp edge. The monocrystalline diamond structure of this DMT card is exceptionally strong and doesn't break away under use. One of the medium or fine cards in a shirt or apron pocket can take a lot of the tedium out of caring for edged tools.
Features:

  • Great for knives and router bits
  • Small size make carrying these in an apron pocket very efficient
  • Designed with diamond, the hardest known material, so that you can sharpen any steel, tungsten, ceramic, or other hard materials and much faster than with conventional abrasives
  • Light pressure produces a sharp edge with just a few strokes
  • Use water for lubrication- no oil, smell or mess
  • Durable providing years of consistent, reliable use
  • Made in USA
Specifications:
  • Model Number: DMT D3F
  • Dimensions: 2" x 3-1/4"
  • Grit/Type: 25 micron / 600 mesh
  • Grade: Fine
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