4.5" Diameter Continuous Rim Wet Tile Cutting Circular Saw Blade

4.5" Diameter Continuous Rim Wet Tile Cutting Circular Saw Blade

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Fast cutting for a variety of metals available in 4.5" diameters resinoid metal cutting blades are fully reinforced with two layers of high tensile strength fiberglass. They are specially designed for long use life, and give fast cutting of a variety of metals including structural steel, stainless steel and metal rod. This blades saw is blade for slicing through rough framing lumber, high quality finish lumber, plywood, and hardboard siding. For strong, long lasting resistance, the blade features a tough steel plate and high density carbide tips. Ideal for most general construction applications. ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: This diamond blades saw is blade for slicing through rough framing lumber, high quality finish lumber, plywood, and hardboard siding For strong, long lasting resistance, the blade features a tough steel plate and high density carbide tips Ideal for most general construction applications For a fast acting blade that makes clean cuts in a variety of framing material Material: Diamond Size: 114 x 1.8mm /4.49 x 0.07in (Outer Dia. x T) ,20mm/0.79in(Inner Hole Dia.) How to choose the right circular saw blade: Learn how blades are named. Some are obvious: A masonry blade is used to cut brick. A flooring blade is made for cutting flooring and rough lumber. This type of blade can even handle an occasional nail Recognize that the more teeth that are on the blade, the cleaner the cut. Carbide-tipped blades are more expensive, but they require less frequent sharpening and make the smoothest cuts Select a ripping blade for long cuts with the grain. Don't use this blade with plywood. The crosscut blade can cut plywood easily, as well as regular wood (across the grain) Use a combination blade for general-purpose woodwork. The large teeth leave a rough-cut and the blade can be used for cross cutting or with-the-grain rips Look for a hollow-ground planer for smooth miter and crosscuts. There is also a hollow-ground plywood blade that cuts plywood and paneling without splintering Choose a non-ferrous metal/plastic-cutting blade for aluminum, brass, copper, lead, and most solid plastics Pick up a thin-kerf blade to minimize wood waste when cutting Try a nail-cutter if you're doing heavy remodeling. You may run across hardware in the wood Instructions: Set the saw frame on a stand or table. Face the back of the saw towards an open area Place the wet tile saw's water trough on the frame. The trough has two runners for the wet saw trey to ride on and stores the water for the wet tile saw to use Close the drain plug, usually located at the rear of the trough Set the wet tile saw's pump in the back of the trough. Connect the plastic tube from the pump to the blade housing's water ports. The blade housing water ports extend from the rear of the housing Fill the trough with water from a bucket. The water should rise to the bottom of the trey runners Place the trey on the runners located in the trough. Some models have four wheels under the trey that ride on the runners, other models have two wheels and a rail. Push the trey back and forth to verify the trey does not make contact with the blade Plug the wet tile saw into an electrical outlet. Extension cords should have the smallest possible length and use at least a 10-gauge wire Turn the power switch on. Allow water to circulate through the pump and onto the diamond blade Stand in front of the wet tile saw and pull the trey to the front of the trough. Place a tile on the trey. Hold the back of the tile still with both hands Push the tile to the blade. Apply light pressure to the trey as the blade cuts the tile. Do not force the tile Place a hand on each side of the tile as the blade cuts through the tile. This will eliminate vibration. Excessive vibration will break the tile Slow the cutting speed as the blade reaches the end of the cut. Forcing the tile here will cause the corner to break Layout a curved cut on a piece of tile with a pencil. Make a series of straight cuts with the wet tile saw from the tile's edge to the pencil mark. These cuts should have a 1/2-inch space between them. Tap the 1/2-inch slivers with a hammer, breaking them free. Trim the cut tile with the wet tile saw along the pencil line Package Included: 1 x Diamond Circular Saw Blades