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How a Diamond Cut Wheel Repair Works

Do you know how to make Diamond Cut rims? We take you through the process in this blog post. Diamond Cut is a special technique where a diamond blade precisely cuts the surface of the rim, leaving it with a smooth and shiny surface.
a diamond cut alloy wheel repair in a CNC wheel machine.

How to Repair Rims with Diamond Cut

Have you scratched or damaged your Diamond Cut wheels? Do not despair. A professional repair of your Diamond Cut wheels can make your wheels look like new again.

But how does the process actually work? Let's take a look at the steps involved:

1. Removal and Preparation

The repair starts with the technician removing the damaged rim from the vehicle. The rim is then checked to ensure there are no distortions or breaks.

The rim is then placed in a specially developed machine designed for refurbishing Diamond Cut rims. This machine is the precision instrument that makes it possible to restore the rim to its original appearance.

This machine is specially developed to handle Diamond Cut rims, which is a special process where a diamond blade cuts the surface of the rim with such precision that it leaves a smooth and shiny surface.

Technician installing tire on a car in Repair2Care shop.
How to repair curb rash on a diamond cut alloy wheel.

2. Customization and Machining

The machine is carefully adjusted to your rim's specific pattern. This ensures that the diamond-coated cutting blade can work precisely and efficiently.

With an accuracy of 0.1 mm, the cutting blade cuts the rim and removes the deep scratches and nicks in the aluminum.

This precision machining is essential for restoring the shiny, almost mirror-like surface that characterizes Diamond Cut rims.

3. Restoring the Glossy Shiny Look

After machining, your Diamond Cut wheels will appear as close to their original condition as possible.

The scratches in the aluminum surface are repaired and the surface of the rim is restored.

But to ensure long-lasting protection and a perfect finish, there's one more step left.

Technician removing tire from car before rim repair.

4. Refinishing and Finishing

The repair is completed with a refinish that not only gives the rims great protection against future damage, but also adds a glossy finish.

This refinishing is essential to preserve the beauty and durability of the rims, keeping them looking like new for a long time to come.

The Process Requires Precision and Expertise

Repairing Diamond Cut wheels is a meticulous process that requires precision and expertise.

From dismantling to final painting, each step ensures that your wheels are restored to their original shiny appearance.

So the next time you're faced with scratches or damage to your rims, you can rest assured that you can get a professional rim repair and enjoy the results.