Rhino Alloys is one of the few specialist companies in the UK that can reproduce a Diamond Cut Finish.
Common to many car wheels, a Diamond Cut Finish requires precision engineering and can only be achieved with specialist equipment and the expertise to operate it. Whilst painting remains an option, if you want your Diamond Cut wheels restored to their original condition, Rhino Alloys is definitely the place to come.
Using a Haas CNC Lathe, our specialists will remove a small amount of alloy from the damaged surface of the wheel to reproduce the original Diamond Cut Finish. A lacquer is then applied to protect the finish from further damage. Customers should be aware, however, that this finish is not as durable as painted finishes and even small stone chips can affect the appearance of the finish over time.
Time intensive, Diamond Cutting is a naturally more expensive process than some of the other finishes we offer and is also subject to some other limitations. For example, if a wheel has been diamond cut previously, there may be insufficient alloy to repeat the process again. Small scuffs and scratches cannot be removed locally; the whole wheel has to be treated and wheels that are buckled are unsuitable for diamond cutting. The wheel must run true to ensure the lathe removes equal amounts of alloy from the entire surface.
Make use of our FREE CONSULTATION service and we’ll be able to advise you on the suitability of your wheel(s) for this process. If unsuitable, we can recommend a variety of paint finishes which, when applied, will leave your wheels looking as good as new.