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Variables That Affect Diamond Blade Performance

The following chart explains how different factors affect the cutting speed and life of your diamond blade.

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Diamond Blade Technical Facts

A Diamond Blade is a circular steel disc with a diamond-bearing edge. The edge of the blade may be smooth or textured, continuous rim, or a segmented rim with smaller, individual sections. The blade core is a precision-made steel disc and may have a continuous or slotted rim.

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Diamond Blade Cutting Depths Guide

Choosing the correct diamond blade increases the life of that blade and improves your overall cutting efficiency. Below is a chart that displays the maximum cutting depth of your diamond blade based on the diameter of the blade..

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The Importance of Diamond Blade Testing

Delivering the highest quality diamond blades to saw operators is a core element of our business. For our customers to have confidence in every cut, they need to have trust in their diamond blades. Providing the highest quality blade comes with rigorous testing to verify reliability, performance, and safety.

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Common Diamond Blade Myths and Facts

Diamond blades are a niche tool that involves several steps and expertise to manufacture. Understanding their capabilities and limitations, as well as using them properly will help ensure safe and effective cutting.

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A Highlight of Our Premium Diamond Blades for Concrete

When it comes to precision cutting, investing in premium diamond blades is a choice that shows in job completion. These blades are crafted with precision and utilizing high-quality diamonds ensures unparalleled durability and cutting efficiency.

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Cutting Rebar & I-Beam with the Esch Do All Utility Blade

The Do All Utility Blade is your new abrasive blade solution as it will last approximately 25-1 to your current abrasive blades. This blade is ideal for cutting ductile iron, cast iron, PVC, HDPE, Rebar, and other steel materials. The Do All Utility Blade has a unibody core with vacuum brazed diamonds so breaking a segment is extremely unlikely.

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Cut-Off Saw Blade Selection Guide

Increase cutting performance and get more life from your diamond blade by having the right blade on your saw. Answer 2 short questions and find the right blade for you.

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5 Steps To Select The Right Diamond Blade

Cut further, faster by selecting the right diamond blade for your cutting application. The best way to stay efficient on your job site is by minimizing downtime. If you have to stop and change your diamond blade every few cuts, you lose a lot of valuable time. Selecting the right diamond blade is crucial for several reasons, and it can significantly impact the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and overall success of the project.

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Solutions for Common Diamond Blade Issues - Maximize Blade Performance

Cut further, faster with these solutions to common diamond blade issues. Extend your blade life and be more efficient with the blades you have.

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Diamond Blade Myth Busting - Cutting With Water

With the high level of science involved in developing and selecting a diamond blade, research has shown that water plays a role in how the blade cuts when using a handheld saw. It can be easy to assume that the life of the blade would increase

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Get To Know Your Diamond Blade - Diamond Blade Anatomy

Understanding your diamond blades can help you make educated decisions in the field, save time, and decrease the chance of injury. In this post, we will break down the components of a diamond blade, and the functions of each part.

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Best Diamond Blades for Increased Production in 2024

Whether you're using a cut-off saw, walk-behind saw, or a hand-held grinder, the quality of the diamond blade can significantly impact the production and overall success of your project.

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5 Reasons To Use The TRUE Diamond Blade Arbor Size vs Using A Bushing

The arbor size of a diamond blade refers to the diameter of the hole in the center of the blade that fits into the saw’s spindle. While some manufacturers offer a bushing to extend the capacity of a diamond blade, it is crucial to use the correct arbor size for your diamond blades.

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Benefits of an iQ Power Tool Q-Drive® Diamond Blade

Optimized for tough work environments and designed with unmatched durability, iQ Diamond Tools Q-Drive® Diamond Blades get the job done - cutting materials from hard ceramic tiles to highly abrasive bricks and blocks with speed, ease, and precision. When you see the “Q” seal of quality, you can be sure that it is backed by over three decades of industry experience and quality craftsmanship.

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