Safety Tips for Saw Equipment

Safety is very important in a construction environment, especially in a project that requires concrete cutting. Saw blades are dangerous tools if not used correctly. That’s why it is essential for every staff and worker to know the basic safety guides when using saw equipment. When using saw in a cutting job, there are several [...]

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cutting asphalt

Professionals know that cutting concrete is different from cutting asphalt. This is because asphalt is softer than any other surfaces such as granite and concrete. It also means that soft bonded blades won't be as useful in cutting its surface let alone giving you a clean cut. That's why the best tool for asphalt cutting [...]

Posted in: construction equipment, Construction Industry, diamond blade, diamond blade handling tips

quality diamond blade

A quality saw blade is an integral key to finish a successful woodworking project. Dull blades or improperly tensioned blades can result in inferior cut quality or accidents. That’s why it’s important to check the quality of the diamond blades you are purchasing. To help you with that, we listed down six factors you should [...]

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Diamond Blade Thickness

If you’re new to handling saw equipment, you might not be aware that the thickness of a diamond blade affects the cut it makes. There is a large difference between thin and thick blades. So if you’re going to use them on a regular basis, it is important to know which of the two is [...]

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Diamond Blade Terms

If you’re starting to get on hand with DIYs and learning how to cut using diamond blades, you probably have encountered some new terms. That said, you need to learn and remember them so you won’t feel confused once you see them pop out from DIY guides. Here are a few terms associated with a [...]

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Various Types of Diamond Blades and Their Uses

Working in the construction industry means you need to continually work with different tools to complete the tasks given to you. Each of these tools is designed to be used for a specific work and task. And this rule applies to diamond blades as well. There are different types of diamond blade, and each of [...]

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diamond saw blade

Diamond saw blades are used to cut through hard and abrasive materials including bricks, concrete, tiles, blocks, and stones. Made from metal and diamond crystal mixture, these blades can cut through almost anything, making them the perfect blade to use in construction. However, since they are always used in the harshest conditions, these diamond blades [...]

Posted in: diamond blade, diamond tile saw, General Interest, saw blade

Wet Cutting Diamond Blade

  Wet-cutting is a type of cutting that uses water as an assistive agent for cutting through thick materials. It is used for reinforced concrete, tiles, metal bricks, and other masonries. Wet-cutting is also used for long, continuous cutting tasks since it is less prone to overheating. The saw used in this cutting is often [...]

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Diamond Blade

Here are five tips to get the right diamond blade for your needs. Diamond saw blades are no doubt the best choice when it comes to producing a clean and professional cut in concretes. However, the market offers a variety of diamond blades, making it hard for beginners to actually determine which blade they need [...]

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Circular Saw Tips

A circular saw is probably the most important tool in woodworking. It is an indispensable tool that makes carpentry a much easier task. But handling a circular blade isn’t that easy, you need to follow certain guides so you can use it correctly. That’s why for today’s post, we’re going to give you the tips [...]

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