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Toko - DMT Diamond File

Toko DMT Diamond File

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    • Red, Fine
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    • Blue, Coarse
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    Tech Specs

    Recommended Use:
    ski maintenance

    DMT Diamond File

    The Toko DMT Diamond File is the final step in tuning your edges. It's also effective for a de-burring job after using a machine or stone grinder. The Toko DMT Diamond File is designed to fit into Toko edging fixtures as well, so you can upgrade your existing pro setup. Sharp edges are your friends out on the hardpack, so make sure your tuning is diamond quality. The course file quickly removes any edge burrs from skiing over rocks and the fine file works better with Toko tools for sharpening your edges.

    A slick tool

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Got this along with the Toko Edge Tuner Pro. I also use it by itself for doing touch ups.

    Good tool to have

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    takes care of those burs and detuning needs

    Must have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This does the job great, really extends the life of your ski and helps them perform better. If you are skiing or snowboarding a lot then I recommend this product absolutely!

    Pleased With Results

      Bought the red/fine file to use with my Toko Edge Tuner Pro to finish my edges. Works great and pleased with the results so far!

      I liked my red file so much I just picked up another in blue/coarse to help round out my kit.

      What you need between tune ups.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I tuned skis for a living back in the day.

      I sold so many of these to clients and taught them how to do simple things to keep their skis running like after a fresh tune up.Plus, it just adds life to your skis by not doing more to them than something so basic.

      If you smack or scrape your edge you will need one of these to get through the hardened metal bur. Between this file and a wet stone you can keep your edges looking like new and not needing some idiot running a file down the entire edge. or throwing it onto a belt.

      Good Diamond Stones for Edge Tuning

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Use the 110mm DMT in base edge guide after setting 1 degree with file. Used black/220 to bring angle in then followed up with blue/325 and red/600 to polish to nice finish. This is more than enough for rec skier. Followed same routine using a Toko side edger but needed more file work to bring side close to 2 degree. I suggest that only race skiers need the green/1200 DMT. I lubricated the DMT's with water and a squirt or two of household citrus degreaser which really help to keep the DMT clean. Make sure you clean the DMT after a few cuts. Toko Side Edger was great but be soft with the file included as its aggressive bite. Nice smooth cuts with consistent pressure work great! Then polish out with lubricated DMT. Very pleased with results.

      Nice Tool!

        Got the fine (red) to deburr the tail and tip. Works well, feels good size is not an issue for me. I only use to deburr. Would recomend to anyone.

        Demonstrates tuning skis including use of diamond stone

          Diamond stone part is toward the end

          Maintaining Edges During the Season

            Demonstrates how maintain edges during the season (includes using a diamond file)

            Diamonds, a burrs worst enemy

              I got the coarse file mainly for removing burrs and things of that nature. It does a fine job at it. A slightly larger file would be nice, but It does it's job well nontheless.

              Sharpen a pocket knife too.

                I recently discovered that these are great for touhing up the edge on my pocket knife.

                Learn to tune

                  I got a set a couple of years ago and started working on my edges. I also started quizzing the guys at the ski shop on tuning techniques. Total disclosure: Nobody is going to pay money to have me touch the edges of their stick, but I certainly notice the difference when I clean up my own edges.

                  Learn to tune

                  A Necessity for Your Tuning Kit

                    This is a must-have item for repairing rock damage to your edges, both smoothing out nasty burs, and also roughing up case-hardened edge segments that your tuning file just skips over.