when to replace a diamond blade

All blades wear out over time, that’s a given fact. However, diamond blades age differently than regular toothed saw blades. As their name suggests, diamond blades have a cutting surface that is not made of steel but of diamond particles which ease the cut. The diamond particles will eventually wear down, and you will need [...]

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Diamond Blades 101

A diamond blade is a saw blade made from high-quality metal with synthetic diamonds fixed on its edge for cutting hard and abrasive materials. But did you know that it has different types of various uses? In this article, we’re going to help you understand and differentiate one from the other. There are three types [...]

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We've talked about here at length, Diamond blades are well-designed and cutting edge (pun intended) implements used for construction work. They are worth a contractors investment if they manage to keep it in good working order until it's designated wear out time. Unfortunately, some diamond blade owners wear it out before it reaches its standard [...]

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Source: percona.com   The best tool for your work isn't your saws or blades. It's you. You need to make sure that you won't hurt yourself when you operate them. Prevention is always better than a cure, but sometimes you can't avoid accidents. Knowing what to when an accident happens is just as good as [...]

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Source: carnavaldealhaurin.com   As mentioned in our past articles, concrete cutting is a tough job. One other thing you should know is that when you start doing concrete construction, it's also unavoidable. Making clean and precise cuts aren't accomplished by holding a saw and cutting like it was a regular activity. Apart from the fact [...]

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Nothing intimidates a do-it-yourselfer more than cutting concrete. A lot of professionals recommend that you just hire someone to do it for you. They say that beginners and DIY-ers can't handle diamond blade saws. Cutting concrete is indeed a difficult job, but it's not necessarily a complicated one. Concrete is a fantastic material. It's nearly [...]

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How do you know that the diamond blade you purchased is the right one for you? It's not enough that it cuts, almost designed like a saw can cut like a saw but that doesn't mean that it works well. Saw blades are an investment and you have to make sure that you are getting [...]

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Photo source: cadrillers.com For all that diamond blades are engineered with great design and effort, it still brings with it a high chance of breaking. And in more serious cases, serious physical injury to the user. It goes without saying that you have to protect yourself but you also have to take care of your [...]

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We've gone on and on about how to find the perfect diamond blade for your needs. Knowing how it's made and how it works can clear things up. It might even add new dimensions for you to consider in purchasing new saw blades and using it for your jobs. There are two components to a [...]

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Should you buy diamond blade saws in bulk? There are advantages and disadvantages to buying lots of equipment, especially diamond blades. When you buy in bulk, you lessen the chances of losing one at an inopportune time but you also run the risk of not utilizing the extra stock past a possible point when the [...]

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