Model # D0550N

Internet #203768109

Diablo 5-3/8 in. x 50-Tooth x 20 mm Arbor Non-Ferrous Metal/Plastic Cutting Trim Saw Blade
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Diablo

5-3/8 in. x 50-Tooth x 20 mm Arbor Non-Ferrous Metal/Plastic Cutting Trim Saw Blade

  • Trim Saw Blade for cordless saws
  • Perma-SHIELD coating for reduced heat buildup and superior life
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents for more accurate cuts
$3997 /each

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Saw Blade Diameter (in)
5-3/8
Number of Teeth
50
Number in Package
1
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The Diablo 5-3/8 in. x 50 tooth non-ferrous metal/plastic circular saw blade is made of Freud TiCo high-density carbide with titanium, which offers durability and longevity with heavy-duty use. The laser-cut blade is thin, but strong and requires less cutting power thus making it ideal for underpowered saws at the jobsite. The Perma-Shield non-stick coating reduces friction and pitch buildup for a smooth, accurate cut.

  • Freud TiCo hi-density special blend carbide is specially formulated to maximize cutting life in copper, aluminum, brass, plastics, laminate flooring and fiber glass
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents absorb noise and vibration keeping the blade straight and true for superior quality cuts
  • Laser-cut heat expansion slots allow the blade to expand due to heat build-up, thus keeping the cut true and straight
  • Non-stick Perma-SHIELD coating reduces drag and shields the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Advanced laser-cut thin kerf design removes less material for precision, accuracy and long cutting life
  • Tri-metal shock resistant shock brazing allows the carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
  • Triple chip grind (TCG) for long life and clean, burr-free cuts
  • For use on Milwaukee M18 cordless lithium-ion 5-3/8 in. metal saw (2682-20) and similar metal cutting circular saws
  • Arbor diameter: 20mm
  • Kerf thickness: 1.6mm or 0.063 in.
  • Plate thickness: 1.0mm or 0.039 in.
  • Red saw blades are a registered trademark of Freud America, Inc.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I cut thin steel tubing with this blade ?( 24 pieces only)

Wanted to cut down a closet door shoe rack, which is too wide. Cross pieces are thin wall steel tubing, which would be impractical to cut with a tubing cutter. What do you think ?
Asked by: Anonymous
No.
Answered by: Phyrefyter
Date published: 2017-05-10

The item description says this is a non-ferrous metal cutting blade but in the details it talks a...

The item description says this is a non-ferrous metal cutting blade but in the details it talks about superior wood cutting and laminate flooring cutting abilities. So, which is this blade, metal cutting or wood cutting?
Asked by: pnetrick
It'll cut metal as long as it's not iron or steel. I bought the blade for cutting PVC wainscoting.
Answered by: Phyrefyter
Date published: 2017-05-14

can this blade cut alumium?

I'm installing a new shower door. I need to trim the header.
Asked by: Jonathan
yes
Answered by: garfield
Date published: 2017-07-05

What is the thickest piece of metal that you can cut?

How thick of a piece of metal (Aluminum) can you cut with this blade? Could I cut a block of aluminum say 5" x 5" x 25" into 5" x 5" x 5" blocks? Thanks.
Asked by: Joe85
Limited by your saw.
Answered by: Phyrefyter
Date published: 2017-05-10
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5-3/8 in. x 50-Tooth x 20 mm Arbor Non-Ferrous Metal/Plastic Cutting Trim Saw Blade is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 174.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good all around blade. I used this to cut wood, composite, and vinyl. It will cut vinyl siding wi... Good all around blade. I used this to cut wood, composite, and vinyl. It will cut vinyl siding without exploding the material, however I had to go very very slow. I tried using the sliding miter saw like you should, extending all the way, lowering and pushing away. Then, I tried starting at the rear and sliding toward me. Same result. Later, I tried to cut about a half inch off some pieces. These shattered. Violently. Like if you were using a regular wood blade on vinyl. I got nervous and turned the blade backwards. This fixed the problem and no apparent physical damage was noticed on the blade.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I picked up one of these a couple weeks ago. I'm very happy with it. I had been using just a norm... I picked up one of these a couple weeks ago. I'm very happy with it. I had been using just a normal carbide blade, which would gum up with aluminum. Not this blade. I've cut a bunch of parts out of 1/4" plate on my tale saw. I've also cut up a bunch on 3" sq 1/4 aluminum tube. I have more stuff to cut yet but, the blade looks like and is cutting like new still. See attached photo.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I needed to rip 200 LF of 2 1/2" thick MDF trim on my table saw, and my 60-tooth carbide blade co... I needed to rip 200 LF of 2 1/2" thick MDF trim on my table saw, and my 60-tooth carbide blade couldn't handle it without considerable smoking and scorching. This 84-tooth blade intended for laminates performed very well and allowed me to quickly finish the job with clean rip cuts and no smoking (although it did create a lot of fine MDF dust). Not a cheap blade, but well worth the money!!
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well. Only two choices available at HD. ... Works well. Only two choices available at HD. Because I had already had one of the cheaper choice warp after very little usage I went with the Diablo. Considering I'm using it on a very cheap table saw it works very well.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke a tooth after first use. Diablo claims to handle non-ferrous metals but I would suggest not... Broke a tooth after first use. Diablo claims to handle non-ferrous metals but I would suggest not using it for that. Will be returning product at next visit to the store.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great blade I bought it too cut 1/2" plexiglass... Great blade I bought it too cut 1/2" plexiglass cuts it like butter
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've used Diablo blades in other configurations with great success and satisfaction in the past. ... I've used Diablo blades in other configurations with great success and satisfaction in the past. I bought this specific blade to use in my sliding miter saw to cut some extruded aluminum legs (2" square; 1/8" wall thickness) for a custom application on a theater stage. I don't have a metal cutting band saw nor do I have ready access to one. The blade cut literally like a hot knife through butter and left virtually no rough edges - almost no filing required to finish them. As I would expect from a Diablo blade, this one performed even better than expected and I would highly recommend it to others.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Negative first: It lost 3 teeth after 4 or 5 cuts. Positive: 3 inch structural channel is like... Negative first: It lost 3 teeth after 4 or 5 cuts. Positive: 3 inch structural channel is like frozen butter with a hot knife on my compound miter saw. I am almost more impressed with the way it cuts than how easy it is to screw up a weld on aluminum. So far, I've made about 40 cuts and the missing teeth don't seem to effect the cut enough to concern me. Maybe if I was working on more exact tolerances, but even there, not much deflection.
Date published: 2017-04-21
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