If you’re unsure what a diamond cut wheel looks like, the finish is similar to the surface of a CD, with very fine lines running around the circumference of the wheel. There is also a contrast between the finish on the face of the wheel and the spokes.
Marquise Alloys can undertake repairs to diamond cut wheels using a refurbishment technique which, until the final diamond cutting stage of the process, is the same as that used for standard painted wheels.
Your wheels will be cleaned using a non-corrosive chemical, before being prepared for paint. Once the painted wheel has been cured, it will be mounted onto a special CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) lathe, and the face of the wheel will be precision machined to give it the diamond cut finish. After machining a diamond cut clear coat is applied to the wheel before it’s returned to the oven for the final curing. Once cured, tyres are refitted and wheels are balanced.
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