Diamond Cutting Specialists 

Diamond cut alloys have become exceptionally popular throughout the motoring world. From Mazda to Maserati, almost every car manufacturer offers Diamond Cut alloys. 
Diamond cut alloys can be identified by their polished, CD like finish, normally combined with a painted surface. 
The Diamond cut finish is achieved by first applying the desired colour to a wheel before using a diamond tipped lathe to remove an extremely thin layer from the wheel face. You may also hear the technique being referred to as ‘diamond polishing’, or ‘diamond turning’. 
With the latest Diamond Cutting technology, We Restore Alloys offer precision diamond cut restorations that give a quality, manufacturer spec finish every time! 
A more detailed explanation of the technique is shown below. 
Fifes FIRST & ONLY Diamond Cutting Specialists 
The Diamond Cutting Process ... 
An insight into our Diamond Cutting Process... 
Initial Inspection >>> 
Wheels are restored to a painted finish >>> 
Mounting wheel >>> 
Plotting >>> 
First cut >>> 
Final cut >>> 
Lacquer applied >>> 
Custom Finishes >>> 
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