Thin notched diamond saw blade
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The Hi-Tech Diamond silver, thin notched diamond saw blade is an extremely economical blade that creates efficient cuts. The silver, thin notched diamond saw blade is manufactured using premium diamond grit (120#) that is pressed into the edge of a solid steel core. Thin rims make these blades suitable for cutting and trimming material such as turquoise, aqua, garnet, corundum, emerald and ruby.
All thin notched 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 these blades. 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.
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I’ve been using the 5” .010 blades for several years. They cut straight, last a while and are economical.
Very bad blade not one but it James fans then bend so bad I won’t use literaly mangled wen it Jamed
These where the blades that came with my 4/5 trim saw, so I order 5 this time. the work great and would work even better if I was using my trim saw for triming. But I don't have a bigger saw to cut rock, so this is doing it all until I can get a 10 inch saw. So I put these throw a lot. Will buy again.
These ultra thin blades are great for cutting. When I first ordered and used them last year, I was skeptical because of how thin they are.
The paper thin cut is fantastic for not wasting material when I am cutting very expensive Turquoise for cabbing or Oregon Sunstone for faceting....or any other materials.
If your looking for a super thin cut in material, these blades will give you a cut about as thin as a sheet of paper.
It is amazing how much cutting time I can get from each blade, as thin as they are, before the rim, or diamond part of the blade is close to wearing out.
Also, because the kerf is so thin, they cut faster than my thicker kerf blades for my 5" saw.