Diamond arris wheels are commonly used in the glass industry for grinding and shaping the edges of glass panels. These wheels are typically made with a metal or resin bond and are coated with diamond particles. The diamond particles are highly abrasive and can easily grind and shape glass. When it comes to selecting diamond arris wheels for glass, there are a few factors to consider. First, you will need to determine the thickness of the glass you will be working with. This will help you select the appropriate grit size for the diamond particles on the wheel. For thicker glass, a coarser grit may be needed to quickly remove material, while a finer grit may be used for thinner glass or for finishing work. Wheels can have a several grooves, can be made with or without inner cooling, diffrent bodies, etc. Arris wheels are produced in different bonds - standard, high speed bond and ultra high speed bond.