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Diablo D0748F 7-1/4 in. 48 Tooth Steel Demon Ferrous Metals Saw Blade

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  • Diablo D0748F 7-1/4 in. 48 Tooth Steel Demon Ferrous Metals Saw Blade
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Steel Demon Blades efficiently cut through ferrous metals quickly and accurately leaving clean burr-free cuts. These blades feature teeth with Triple Chip Grind and a special carbide blend with outstanding resistance to high impact generated by steel cutting.
Steel Demon Ferrous Metals circular saw blades are ideal for cutting steel studs, steel sheet, steel pipe and other mild steel sections.
Features:
  • Diamond knockout arbor for versatile compatibility
Includes:
  • 7-1/4 in. 48T Steel Demon Ferrous Metals Saw Blade - D0748F

Specifications

Arbor Size: 5/8 in.
Blade Type: Ferrous Metals
Diameter: 7-1/4 in.
Grind Type: TCG
Hook Angle: 2 Degrees
Kerf: 0.102 in.
Teeth: 48

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Devilblade
Bought this today, and i cut 45ft of 3/32" stainless steel. This is only recommended for mild steel but i didnt have many options so i gave it a try. For less than $50 the blade was basically ruined by the time i finished but the 409ss was extremely tough stuff.
March 17, 2018
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Choose materials you cut very carefully
I bought this blade two days ago. I purchased the blade locally as it seemingly was the best blade for the material I was to cut (2 inch GRC 1/8" wall. The blade preformed well initially. After 5 cuts I began to notice rounding of the teeth. After 20 cuts the blade is all but useless. The blade was mounted in a miter saw in perfect conditions. Although this is not the specific recommendation. The saw runs at 5000 rpm, well below the safety threshold. I expected that a blade recommend for angle iron would preform well on mild steel GRC. I was incorrect! I have found that Diablo also sells a 36 tooth variant of this blade but I am hesitant to purchase it due to the fact it contains the same teeth and kerf design but advertises 3/8" cut capacity.
June 20, 2016
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