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Diablo

Model # D1060X

Internet # 100033809

Store SKU # 881462

10 in. x 60-Tooth Fine Finish Saw Blade

$39.97 /each
  • TiCo carbide teeth for extra sharpness and strength
  • Perma-SHIELD coat for gumming, heat and corrosion prevention
  • Super-thin laser-cut kerf for fast, clean cuts

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Model # D1060X

Internet # 100033809

Store SKU # 881462

Get fast, accurate cuts in wood, plywood and melamine. The Diablo 10 in. x 60-Tooth Fine Finish Saw Blade contains Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating to protect against heat, gumming and corrosion. The blade was constructed from TiCo high-density carbide for durability and strength.

  • Laser-cut arbor for accurate blade rotation
  • Cuts wood, plywood and melamine cleanly and accurately
  • TiCo high-density carbide for increased performance and maximum cutting life
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for protection against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Super-thin laser-cut kerf for fast, clean cuts
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents for trapping noise and reducing vibration for accuracy and durability

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
0.25 
Product Height (in.) 
14 
Product Width (in.) 
12 
Saw Blade Diameter (in) 
10 
Details
Arbor Size 
0.625 In. 
Color Family 
Red 
Material Cut 
Wood 
Number in Package 
Number of Teeth 
60 
Power Tool Accessory Type 
Circular Saw Blade 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Saw Blade Material 
Carbide 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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Brand: Diablo
Price: $30 - $40
Material Cut: Wood
Number of Teeth: 60
Saw Blade Diameter (in): 10
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does this blade have a kerf smaller than 1/8 of an inch?

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September 19, 2013
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June 30, 2015
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The kerf is .098" so, yes.
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April 14, 2015
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no
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March 24, 2015
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Yes, a hair under. But that does not affect it's performance.
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January 23, 2015
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Yes....0.098" (~ 3/32") is less than 0.125" (1/8")
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January 23, 2015
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This is considered a 3/32" thin kerf blade. In decimal from, it's close to 0.091"......it's DEFINITELY thinner than 1/8" full kerf.
This was a pretty simple question, but there's a bunch of incorrect answers.
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August 20, 2014
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The kerf is approx. 1/8" wide.
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January 15, 2014
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Yes
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January 14, 2014
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No, slightly wider.
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October 23, 2013
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yes; laser cut thin kerf design....0.6 - 0.8 micro-grain.....cuts a very nice and clean fine line....
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October 8, 2013
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Yes, just barely .120"
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September 19, 2013
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The kerf of this blade is approximately 3/32"... So yes, that is smaller than 1/8".
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Can this blade be used to cut vinyl plank flooring?

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April 28, 2015
I recently ordered some COREtec Plus vinyl plank flooring, which consists of a wear/vinyl layer, a mid-layer composed of compacted pvc & sawdust, and an attached cork underlayment. Total thickness is about 8mm. Can this 60-tooth Diablo blade be used for crosscutting and ripping this type of vinyl plank? Is there a different type of blade that will work better?
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Stockton, ca
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December 10, 2015
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This 60 tooth should cut the flooring quite well, but I think you would be better off with the 80 tooth finish blade.
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October 27, 2015
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I wouldn't use this one on that material.
For table saw with 10" blade: 10 in. x 72 Tooth Composite Material/Plastics TrexBlade
It should handle the plastic composite in your flooring fine with out burning or melting. Let the material decide how fast you should feed it on the ripping.
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August 11, 2015
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I have been cutting this type of flooring since the original Pergo came out , and I would never use anything less than 80 tooth blade.
This blade will work, and as long as you don't mind a little tear out on the edges, which if you do it right all of your cuts will be against the trim or wall. I just like clean cuts when I am finished so prefer a tighter blade count.
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May 6, 2015
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The blade that would work better would be the D1084L since it’s made for laminates, non-ferrous metals, and plastics.
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April 30, 2015
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I used this blade to cross cut & rip some bamboo flooring & it worked great. Being a laminate, all I could suggest is to try a small sample/piece & feed slowly. Trying to feed/cut too fast will generally result in tear outs.
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April 29, 2015
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Considering COREtec wasn't item that I could find sold on Home Depot, so I've never seen it...but I couldn't see why using a fine tooth blade wouldn't work.
Upon looking on the construction of the plank, carefully cut the plank using it at a slow speed. Use extra planks first to ensure they will work properly.
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how is this blade for cuttig laminate

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It did an excellent job cutting my laminate flooring. I laid just shy of 1000sf used this blade to cut about 80% of the flooring. The first 20 % was with the original blade that came with my mitter saw.
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This blade will cut laminate quite well, but if I were you. I would use the 80 tooth finish blade for laminate
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It will do a reasonable job. You might also want to look at two others that may be better suited if you are cutting laminate flooring or a composite with a laminate top. They are available in both the 10" and 12" size depending on your saw.
10 in. x 72 Tooth Composite Material/Plastics TrexBlade
10 in. x 12 Tooth (PCD) Laminate Flooring PERGOBlade - See more at:
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It will do a reasonable job. You might also want to look at two others that may be better suited if you are cutting laminate flooring or a composite with a laminate top. They are available in both the 10" and 12" size depending on your saw.
10 in. x 72 Tooth Composite Material/Plastics TrexBlade
10 in. x 12 Tooth (PCD) Laminate Flooring PERGOBlade - See more at: http://www.diablotools.com/products/product/D1012LF#sthash.oXNmkRH8.dpuf
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I have used it for veneer laminate and it works fine. If you're using it for formica type laminate I'd tape the line you're cutting and leave plenty of room to clean up with a router.
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I found the 80 tooth, 10" Diablo blade works much better for cutting laminate.
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August 19, 2014
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The D1060X is not the ideal blade for cutting laminate. If cutting single and double-sided laminate, we recommend the D1090X. If cutting laminate flooring, we recommend the D1012LF.
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can this blade be resharpened and if so how many times?

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Yes it can . I have 2 different blades and sharpened both once and I know I can sharpen several more times .Hope this helps.
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It can if you know how to properly sharpen a Carbide tipped blade (check online if you are unsure). Not sure how many times this could be done by yourself but there is a good amount of carbide that is well attached on each tooth.
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I do not know if you can sharpen this blade, but I will tell you that these blades last a very long time before they begin to dull. By the time this blade dulls you will have gotten your money's worth out of this blade many times over and it will simply be more economical to purchase a new one that wasting time and energy trying to sharpen it.
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Yes it can. But I won't put a number on how many times because of too many variables. One being how much wear you put on it and if the teeth get nicked. A nicked tooth may require more material removal to restore it and therefore shorten the life of the blade. Another factor is how much material is removed during the sharpening process. Each saw sharpener has his own method for doing a blade. Some will Read More
Yes it can. But I won't put a number on how many times because of too many variables. One being how much wear you put on it and if the teeth get nicked. A nicked tooth may require more material removal to restore it and therefore shorten the life of the blade. Another factor is how much material is removed during the sharpening process. Each saw sharpener has his own method for doing a blade. Some will only touch up the teeth to remove as little as possible and give you longer life. Others may remove considerably more in a full grind and ultimately shorten the number of times you can get it redone.
Talk to your sharpener about how he does it and what you want.
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October 30, 2015
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Yes, the blade can be resharpened. However we cannot quantify how many times, which depends on how dull the blade is when it’s taken to the sharpener, and also how good the sharpener is.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing blade Bought this blade to cut some cabinet material and wanted nice edges. This blade turned my inexpensive table saw into an awesome cutting machine. It rips right through thick particle board or 1/4" cabinet material with no damage to grain on edges. Also purchased 7" version for circular saw and was just as pleased with it. February 23, 2016
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Clean cuts! I got tired of chipped edges of wood and especially plywood. This blade solved the problem. Edges are clean now. I am very pleased with this purchase. Now my inexpensive miter and table saws cut like machines for a pros! May 3, 2016
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great saw blades I have one of these on my table saw and one on a compound saw. I have had them a couple years and I have used the heck out of them. . All sorts of different woods even oak and they work great . They seem to be getting a little dull after 2 years of use and I saw an article about sharpening blades so I gave that a try and they are as good as new . They have enough carbide on them for many more times to sharpen. I have been making cabinets lately and they cut with very little splintering . Can't say enough about these blades . Only blades I'll be buying . March 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cut laminate great purchased to cut laminate flooring. Works great with no chipping. I would recommend April 19, 2016
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