diamond chisel

diamond chisel

[′dī·mənd ‚chiz·əl]
(design engineering)
A chisel having a V-shaped or diamond-shaped cutting edge.
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Keeping a steady hand and an even steadier patience, the 44-year-old used a diamond chisel to create the trophy on a pin head.
The tiny copy of the legendary World Cup, sculpted from a small piece of 22 carat gold, has been created by Birmingham micro-artist Willard Wigan using a diamond chisel and is invisible to the naked eye.
Artist Willard Wigan worked for more than four weeks using a microscope which magnified 250 times and a diamond chisel to carve out his mini masterpiece on a speck of gold.
The tiny copy of the legendary World Cup, sculpted from a small piece of 2 2 carat gold, has been created by Birmingham micro-artist Willard Wigan using a diamond chisel and is invisible to the naked eye.
Dressing options include a universal dressing unit, tilt table (pneumatically controlled) for single-point dressing diamonds, diamond blades, and diamond chisels, and a table-mounted dresser for universal diamond dressing disks for contour dressing.