diamond saw blade

Dry-cutting is one of the two types of cutting jobs in the construction field, with wet-cutting being the other. It was given the term because it doesn’t require a coolant aid like water when cutting materials, unlike its counterpart. Dry-cutting is used in many jobs, from cutting concrete, asphalt, or wood. So for today, we [...]

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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 [...]

Posted in: concrete saw tips, dry cutting, wet cutting tips

A saw blade is only as useful as the sharpness of its edge, and a diamond blade saw is as sharp as they come. Diamond blades have a lot of useful applications in construction and home improvement. If you’re planning to cut concrete, there are several factors to consider. First of all, you have to [...]

Posted in: diamond blade, diamond blade handling tips, Diamond Cutting Tools

Diamond cutting blades are designed differently from each other. One blade is for this, the other is for that. Most importantly, such blades have classifications for use, specifically for wet cutting or dry cutting. What difference does it make? For one thing, wet cutting utilizes water (obviously), as opposed to dry cutting, which uses air [...]

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It is common knowledge that diamond blades need sufficient water during operation. Not only will it keep the dust from flying around, it will also help extend its life. But you won’t be wet cutting all the time. In some cases, dry cutting is the more appropriate thing to do. An obvious example is when [...]

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