Thin sintered diamond saw blade


Blade Specifications:

The extremely durable Hi-Tech Diamond thin sintered diamond saw blade is manufactured using premium diamond grit (325#/400#) that is secured into a metal bond, extending the full depth of the rim. This blade uses sintered technology, which increases their life span compared to notched rim saw blades because diamonds are continuously exposed as the edge of the blade wears away, cut after cut. Thin rims make these blades suitable for cutting and trimming material such as quartz, topaz, glass and fine agates.

All saw blades have 5/8" arbors and come with 1/2" bushings.

Important purchasing note: The 8" saw blade is black. This does not affect the performance of the blade. 

Please note: These diamond saw blades 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 life span of these blades, abide by the recommended operating speeds and spin-dry your blade after use to prevent any rusting.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Great blade!!

I use this blade for trimming lake Superior agate into small slabs and cutting into halves for face polishing. While it is a little small for large stones, it is absolutely magnificent on smaller stuff (for which it is designed). Couldn't be happier!!

Jessamynn Little

I bought the saw recently from Amazon since I’ve been getting pretty serious about my rockhounding hobby and wanted something smaller that could cut large pieces. I’ll be the first to say that I’m sure a lot of my issues with this saw could be from beginners user error but I’ve been struggling with one thing or another since I got it and there isn’t much information I can find about maintenance, troubleshooting, best practices, etc. The description said it was designed for agate, quartz, jasper up to 4” in height but that hasn’t been the case. I have to pause several times to reset/retighten the set screws bc it shifts and gets wobbly often. The motor overheats and I can’t seem to master a good speed for feeding the rock. I’ve ran it three times since I’ve bought it and maybe got 3-4 rocks cut each run before having to shut it down. The silver blade it came with lasted about 2 sessions before becoming uneven and no longer functional. This red blade cracked the first day I used it- yesterday. I will say it does keep a nice, even water spray on the blade so you don’t get a huge mess like with some other wet saws. I feel like there has to be cheaper options out there for what this saw and blade are able to do. Either it’s user error, faulty machine, or too expensive for its abilities in my opinion.

C Shores

Loved my first one. Cut till the diamonds were almost gone. Second one, not so much. It bent on the second rock, and it wasn't even very hard. If I hadn't loved the 1st one, 0 stars. 10 inch

My favorite blade

I use and abuse this blade. Cuts great.

Jenny Romano
Lasts a long time

I have cut a lot of rock on this blade and it is still going! I’ve cut a lot of harder rock too, such as Jasper. I’m impressed with its cutting and its saw life.

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