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Diablo

Model D0704DH

Internet #100627137

Store SKU #619584

7-1/4 in. x 4-Tooth Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) Tipped James Hardie/Fiber Cement Saw Blade

$54.97 /each

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The Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 4-Tooth Polycrystalline Diamond-Tipped Circular Saw Blade features an abrasion-resistant polycrystalline diamond-tipped blade. It was specially formulated to combat the highly abrasive properties of fiber cement products to give you increased cutting life. The Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating protects the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion. This blade was designed to fit all 5/8 in. arbors.

  • Designed to fit all 5/8 in. arbors
  • Cuts fiber cement quickly and cleanly
  • Abrasion-resistant polycrystalline diamond-tipped to combat the highly abrasive properties of fiber cement products for exceptionally long cutting life
  • Laser-cut thin kerf design for fast, clean cuts
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for protection against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents to trap noise and reduce vibration for accurate cuts

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will this work in a basic 12 amp skil circular saw

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I am using this outdoors. I have plenty of dust masks and goggles. I just want to know if the saw will hold up.
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Yes. Although rather than a Skil saw I used a Bosch 7 1/4" 12 amp circular saw and it worked perfectly. It went through the Hardie Backer 500 material as easy as a 3/4" piece of plywood. I tried other blades before using the Diablo and they were all ruined after doing small cuts. Once I installed the Diablo blade I did a complete shower installation and at the end the blade was cutting just as well as it Read More
Yes. Although rather than a Skil saw I used a Bosch 7 1/4" 12 amp circular saw and it worked perfectly. It went through the Hardie Backer 500 material as easy as a 3/4" piece of plywood. I tried other blades before using the Diablo and they were all ruined after doing small cuts. Once I installed the Diablo blade I did a complete shower installation and at the end the blade was cutting just as well as it did on the first cut. Sounds like your doing everything right, I was going to warn you about the dust, but if your outside and using a mask it's no problem. Read Less
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Hold up? Not only will it hold up, it is THE ONLY blade that will hold up. You will ruin the best carbide blade in one or two passes. I did my entire project with this one blade, and a Hitachi jig saw blade made for fiber cement, to finish inside cuts started with the circular saw. I used this blade with my (7-1/4") Milwaukee brushless saw. The Milwaukee brushless tools are absolutely phenomenal in their Read More
Hold up? Not only will it hold up, it is THE ONLY blade that will hold up. You will ruin the best carbide blade in one or two passes. I did my entire project with this one blade, and a Hitachi jig saw blade made for fiber cement, to finish inside cuts started with the circular saw. I used this blade with my (7-1/4") Milwaukee brushless saw. The Milwaukee brushless tools are absolutely phenomenal in their power and battery life.
You are on the right track with dust mitigation. This blade does reduce somewhat the dust produced, but you still definitely have to deal with it. I tried using a mask, but with glasses, it just wasn't working. You must have eye protection however. The blade tends to spit tiny little bits all over the place. I made sure my cutting took into account the wind direction, and I also used a fan to keep it going in the right direction. For a few long, rip cuts, I even resorted to controlling my breathing. You can't make a 12 foot cut without stopping to reposition yourself, so I would hold my breath while I cut where I was standing, breathed when I stopped to reposition, and so on. If you were doing this for a living, you would have to have the dust extraction system even outdoors.
Since this saw blade is directly related to fiber cement board installation, I hope the moderators will allow me this one other recommendation. Do whatever you have to, to get a SIDING coil nail gun. Forget the cost. Trust me, you will thank yourself a 1000 times over. I got the Hitachi and believe me, it was worth its weight in gold. It was SO much easier, mostly because it allows one-handed nailing while holding the siding with the other hand, not to mention being able to place a nail at arms length. I did have some help, but I did probably 90% of the siding by myself. Read Less
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Yes, this will work on a basic 12 amp Skil circular saw.
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Can I cut Wonderboard with this?

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Yes, and it works great. You'll wonder how you did without it!
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Yes, it will cut "Wonderboard"
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November 2, 2015
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This blade is not recommended for use in Wonderboard because it is cement board versus fiber cement. That being said, the blade will cut Wonderboard; however it will not last as long as it would cutting Hardie/fiber cement. We recommend an actual diamond blade when cutting cement board.
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What type circular saw blade for concrete pavers? Diamond-tipped?

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The most important thing is if the blade is made specifically FOR concrete. I'd have to look at mine to see if it says diamond or not. But all you care about is that it's a concrete blade. They are made completely differently from any other kind of blade.
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I bought a 7/14 inch Diablo concrete saw and built a paver patio.
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If cutting concrete pavers, you will need a true diamond blade (either turbo rim or segmented). Home Depot sells Ridgid, AvantiPRO, Quasar, Makita, and Vermont American.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hardie Blade Have ripped many Hardie board pieces of aiding and the blade is holding up very well. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hardie BACKERBOARD blade Product did exactly what was claimed. We used it to cut 1/4-inch Hardie board. Minimum of waste and dust. Blade still holding up well. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Diablo Hardy Board 7 1/4" blade This blade cuts Hardy Board like a sharp knife through butter! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The only blade to use on cement board!! This was the first time I had worked with Hardie Backer 500 cement board and I was having a terrible time trying to make cuts. I made a trip to Home Depot to see if I could find anything to make the job easier and just happened to walk past the display of 7 1/4" circular saw blades when I saw a Diablo blade that was designed for the exact product I was working with. It was a little expensive, but I was tired of burning up other blades that didn't work at all. Man, was I surprised when I made my first cut, this blade goes through Hardie Backer 500 like butter. I did a complete shower remodel and it's still working as good as it did when I started. If your working with cement board, do yourself a favor and pick up one of these blades, you'll be glade you did! March 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fiber Cement Saw Blade Innovative design. Works well. No issues. Price was slightly higher than expected, but worth the extra cost. March 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Diablo Hardie/Fiber saw blade is a superior product I cut a lot of James Hardie trim boards, siding, and panels. I've used other products that would last about ten cuts. After ten, it became impossible to get a straight cut. Living in a rural environment, I can only get this product via the internet. I can get a full years of cutting from the Diablo. They might be expensive, but they will outlast other brands. It is worth it to me. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money on anything less I first bought the less expensive $20 blade because I had a small project. After about 5 cuts the blade was fried. I returned to HD to buy this one and it kept on keeping on after another 20 cuts. James Hardie/fiber cement board will tear up anything that is not diamond tipped. December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good blade for a substance that dulls normal blades Fiber cement board is very rough on saw blades, it is better to cut a line with a razor knife and then break the board to avoid dust and dull blades but it you have to have a very smooth cut then this is a good blade. I have used and worn out two of these blades doing the siding on one house but I was making more cuts that normal around a lot of windows and I change blades the instant I notice any slow down or chipping away the edge with any blade. It is suppose to reduce dust but I haven't noticed that in comparing it to a true diamond saw blade. I just gave it a 4 because of the price and the claim it reduces dust, which it doesn't May 11, 2015
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