Our Heritage

Diamond Innovations has a rich history as the world's leading manufacturer of superabrasive products used in the material removal industry. Diamond Innovations, formerly GE® Specialty Materials and GE® Superabrasives, was the inventor and world's first mass producer of manufactured diamond for the grinding of tungsten carbide in 1955. Through technical innovations and persistence, Diamond Innovations proudly achieved status as the world's leading manufacturer of diamond, cubic boron nitride and polycrystalline products. Our products satisfy an innovative and specific demand for efficient, precise material removal. The primary goal of Diamond Innovations is to provide customized engineering for industrial diamond and CBN applications, which generate solutions for end users.

Our Future

Dedicated to innovation and technology development, Diamond Innovations continues to deliver new materials that drive productivity. Recent introductions of composite diamond coatings and Versimax diamond composite expanded Diamond Innovations' reach into the wear parts market. Our strong research and development team, technical and local sales organizations and an operations team dedicated to quality and service will lead Diamond Innovations to a promising future.

Global Business, Local Presence

Diamond Innovations is headquartered in Worthington, OH, USA, where we house our largest manufacturing facility and state-of-the-art research and development laboratories. Additional manufacturing facilities are located in Deerfield Beach, FL, and Dublin, Ireland. 

Diamond Innovations is a global company with local presence around the world. We have sales representation throughout the world. To contact a sales representative, please contact one of our sales offices.


Diamond Innovations, Borazon, BZN, Compax, Geoset, MBG, MBM, MBS, RVG, RVM, and Stratapax are registered trademarks of Diamond Innovations, Inc., U.S.A.

Hyperion, Versimax, MBP, and BMP are trademarks of Diamond Innovations, Inc., U.S.A.

GE is a registered trademark of General Electric Company.

Composite Diamond Coatings is a patented process of Surface Technologies, Inc., Trenton, NJ.