Diamond point bits, also known as diamond burrs or diamond grinding bits, are rotary cutting tools used for grinding, carving, and shaping hard materials such as stone, glass, ceramics, and metals. They are made from industrial-grade diamond particles bonded to a metal shank and come in various shapes and sizes to suit different applications. Diamond point bits are commonly used in industries such as jewelry making, dental labs, and sculpture, where precision and fine detail work are required. They are able to create intricate designs and textures on hard materials with high accuracy and minimal material wastage. They are also useful for deburring, drilling, and smoothing surfaces. Diamond point bits are attached to a rotary tool such as a Dremel or a flex shaft and operated at high speeds. The diamond particles on the tip of the bit grind away the material, leaving behind a smooth surface or creating the desired shape or texture.