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Dakota Quartz

Dakota Quartz is a uniquely engineered surface. It is made with pure quartz crystals. As a result, it is designed to be beautiful and durable as well as functional. The material is composed of quartz, polymer resins, additives, and coloring pigments. This combination allows for a variety of colors to coordinate with the design style of your home.

Dakota Quartz Colors

Dakota Quartz has a number of lines that feature a range of surfaces. It is available in an array of colors. Here is a table of the selection of colors Dakota Quartz offers:

  • Beach Sand
  • Hail
  • Maple Leaf
  • Snow Flake
  • Winter Gray
  • Ash Gray
  • Carbon
  • Cement
  • Concrete
  • Kennedy Sans
  • Nougat Creme
  • Nougat White
  • Pewter
  • Pure White
  • Saddle Leather
  • Sand Bar
  • Silica
  • Slate Rock
  • Sparkle Sands
  • Swiss Brown
  • Arctic Mist
  • Bianco Venatino
  • Butter Crème
  • Copper Stone
  • Crema Marfil
  • Empire
  • Espresso
  • Fossil
  • Glamours
  • King David
  • Royal Nickel
  • Shitake
  • Argento Shale Brushed
  • Argento Shale Polished
  • Black Nickel
  • Blue Ice
  • Daisey Green
  • Dakota Black
  • Dakota Ultra White
  • Domani
  • Emperador
  • Green Shale Brushed
  • Green Shale Polished
  • Gris Imperial
  • Harmony
  • Ice Gray
  • Imperial Black
  • Lava Stone
  • Magnetic Gray
  • Ruby Red
  • Sapphire Blue
  • Suede
  • Taupe
  • Winter
  • Arctic Storm
  • Copper Mountain
  • Dreamy Marfil
  • Fume Blanc
  • Illusion
  • Lava Storm
  • Lucylo
  • Madison
  • Pearl White Brushed
  • Perla White
  • Tumbleweed
  • White Zeus
  • Calacatta Classic
  • Calacatta Nuevo
  • Thunder White
  • Calacatta Dakota
  • Pacifica
  • Amethyst Viola
  • Ammonite
  • Black Agate
  • Black Wild Agate
  • Blue Agate
  • Blue Tiger Eye
  • Brown Carnelian
  • Classic Crystal Quartz
  • Dark Green Aventurine
  • Dark Smokey Quartz
  • Grey Agate
  • Lapis Lazuli A
  • Melachite
  • Mixed Agate
  • Mother-Of-Pearl
  • Petrified Wood
  • Retro Petrified Wood
  • Rose Quartz
  • Smokey Quartz Light
  • Tiger's Eye Gold

Quartz Cartridge Glue

There are a couple of important things to consider when you select a cartridge glue for quartz materials. Especially if you are going to be providing fabrication and installation services for customers. One thing you want is a cartridge adhesive that offers quality. Another consideration is the color matching of the glue you choose. We recommend Multibond cartridge glue for quartz installations.

You can find a color match designed to work with specific quartz materials. For example, if you want to install Dakota Quartz Illusion, Multibond Starlight is the recommended match for it. Or if you want to install Dakota Quartz Ice Gray then you would use Multibond Rubble.

Diamond Tooling

Glue cartridges are not the only supplies you will need when you fabricate quartz. Diamond tooling will also be a requirement. So it is wise to choose a supplier for your tools. Here are some diamond tools you will need to consider:

Many of the diamond tools needed for fabricating engineered quartz surfaces are available through Weha USA distribution channels.

Polishing Pads for Quartz

Another piece of equipment that is necessary for working with Aurea Stone as well as any engineered quartz surface is polishing tools. Depending on your preference, you will want to select the appropriate type of polishing pads. There are a number of different kinds of pads available and they are sold in 3, 5, and 7 step systems. GranitePolishingPads.net is an informational website dedicated to polishing pads for stone. You can browse all sorts of quartz polishing pads on the site.

If you are interested in fabricating quartz surfaces, or you are currently a quartz fabrication professional, keeping up with the information about the various quartz brands will help keep you in touch with your potential customers.