Thick notched diamond saw blade
The Hi-Tech Diamond thick notched diamond saw blade is manufactured using premium diamond grit (120#) that is pressed into the edge of a solid steel core. Thick kerfs and stiff cores make these blades suitable for industrial lapidary cutting and slabbing agates, jades and geodes.
All diamond saw blades have 5/8" arbors and come with 1/2" bushings.
Please note: This diamond saw blade must be run with a lubricant such as water or oil. NEVER run dry! We recommend using a good quality cutting oil with this blade. To enhance the performance and lifespan of these blades, abide by the recommended operating speeds and spin-dry your blade after use to prevent any rusting.
Well, as far as right now I’m not really happy with it. It’s so flimsy. When I put my rock next to it, it just wobbles and then I get a quarter of the way through add my saw stops and jams. I don’t know what is happening. I’ve had the first one when I first bought the saw was OK but this one is just so flimsy so thin and I thought they bought the thick ones.
Hi Rose - We are sorry to hear that you are not satisfied with your saw blade. We encourage you to reach out to our customer service team at (630) 596-9909 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can resolve this for you, as it seems like there may be other issues happening to cause the blade to wobble.
All their blades are awesome. They have the very best customer service. I only buy from Hi Tech. Thank you for being a quality and honestly run company. Blades are perfect and shipping is fast.
products and service are excellent! I am very happy!!!!!!
I like this for cutting slabs.
It is nice but noticed it’s omnidirectional , and the thinner one i learned the hard way by accidentally screwing it on the wrong way . I also feel like this is coming from a general distributer over seas , because i bought a 8inch on Amazon months ago and it’s the SAME exact one as the thin notched . Same sticker on it . OVERALL the thick notched was good , but rough , maybe if it wasn’t omnidirectional it may have a smoother cut .