The monolayer brazed diamond tools have recently been used increasingly in hard-brittle materials grinding because of their excellent grinding performances as long tool life, high material removal rate and large inter-grit chip space, etc. However, they possess an inherent shortcoming of the high roughness of the grinding surface. This work is an attempt to reduce the over-protruded grits of the monolayer brazed diamond wheel so that precision grinding operations can be executed effectively. In this investigation, the monolayer brazed diamond wheels with regular distribution pattern of grit have been dressed by a special conditioning process and used in precision grinding experiments on Li-Ti ferrite. The outcome of this attempt appeared highly encouraging. A substantial improvement of the ground surface roughness could be achieved with the dressed monolayer brazed diamond wheels.