The Diamond Cutting process involves using a CNC lathe machine to cut a thin skin off from the face of the wheel. The precise accuracy of the machine only removes what is required and leaves the wheel looking like new again.
The process begins with us removing all the tyres and valves and anything else which may be on the alloy like balancing weights. All the alloys are then acid dipped and sandblasted. Any repairs like welding or straightening work would be done at this stage of the process. The wheel is then prepped for painting – powder coated. Once the alloy has been completely painted the face surface of the wheel is precision cut on the CNC lathe to leave a perfect shiny finish.
We then re-powder coat the full alloy wheel with an anti-corrosive lacquer which helps protect the diamond cut finish from weathering effects. Once the alloys have been fully powder coated with the clear coat they are then fully examine all all over for a final quality check before re-fitted the tyres back to the alloys and then re-balancing them, ready for fitting back onto the car.