Wel-Co Diamond Tool Corp was founded in 1976 at a time when American diamond tool manufacturing and specifications were the best in the world. We have carried on this philosophy and remain one of the country's few family owned and operated quality manufacturers. As one of the first to incorporate laser welding technology, we continue to be an industry leader with the newest, state-of-the-art, fully automated manufacturing equipment. Wel-co uses high-end synthetic diamonds, quality metal bonds and domestic steel. With these attributes, Wel-Co is able to provide superb, competitively priced, versatile products to you, the customer. Our products are manufactured in our Oldsmar, Florida manufacturing facility assuring consistency, quality and availability.

In today's diamond tool market, every manufacturer offers "new, improved, super ultra premium blades". Unfortunately, not all of these "super" blades are a good any price! Before you buy your next diamond blade, cup or bit, talk with a Wel-Co representative to learn how we can increase your overall performance while decreasing your overall cost, Although while most of our competitors have moved their manufacturing overseas, Wel-Co continues to provide top quality American made products to save you money.

Wel-Co, American made, American owned, here to serve all your diamond tool cutting needs.

Call us for an application recommendation and a referral to one of our many trained, quality distributors or representatives


Choose Your Diamond Tools


To get the correct tool for your application, answer the questions below:


• What type of material are you cutting (i.e. concrete, tile, stone)?

a. If concrete or asphalt, what type aggregate and sand has been used?


b. What size and how much steel is there?


c. Is the brick or block soft or hard; light or heavyweight?


• Are you cutting wet or dry?


• What equipment will you be using (i.e. HP, style, rpm)?


• How deep will you be cutting?


• How much do you have to cut?


Diamond Tool Quality— Look for a tool to match the job!


To select the correct quality tool for your needs, you should
compare a combination of diamond quality, concentration,
and height. For production wet sawing, look for the “Pro Series” Logo.








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