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Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 60-Tooth Fine Finish Saw Blade
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Diablo

7-1/4 in. x 60-Tooth Fine Finish Saw Blade

$19.97 /each

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Get fast, accurate cuts in wood and plywood. The Diablo 7-1/4 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.

  • Cuts wood and plywood cleanly and accurately
  • 5/8 in. laser-cut arbor for accurate blade rotation
  • TiCo high-density carbide to increase performance and maximum cutting life
  • Laser-cut heat expansion slots for true and straight cutting
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for protection against heat, gumming and corrosion

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3/4 Melamine

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August 19, 2016
would this blade be ok for 3/4 melamine. if not do any of you have suggestions?
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Katy, Texas
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October 11, 2016
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Yes
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Katy, Texas
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October 11, 2016
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Yes but i would lay a strip of painters tape to prevent breakout
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August 30, 2016
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Hi, Doug - Yes, this blade will work well when cutting melamine.
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New Hampshire
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August 28, 2016
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Melamine Resin is prone to chipping when cut with saw blades. The finer the tooth the better.
Thanks for reminding me, my mom had some dishes and bowls made of that in the late 50's early 60's. if it was like what I remember. maybe a bandsaw or hacksaw
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Bothell
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August 24, 2016
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Probably not. I use this blade for pressure treated wood, cedar lumber, PVC tubing, and polycarbonate panels. It does an excellent job for those. Melamine panels are typically a hard plastic coating on a particle board substrate. The plastic surface tends to chip badly and randomly when hit with the wrong
blade.
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Branchland, West Virginia 25506
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August 22, 2016
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If the Melamine is a countertop I definitely wouldn't use this blade. I use this blade for framing lumber and ripping.
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What are the differences between D0724R and D0724A?

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September 2, 2016
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Shingletown, Ca
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September 26, 2016
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The D0724R is the order number for a single blade and the D0724A is for a ten (10) pack.
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Great Falls, MT
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September 2, 2016
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Hello NK, glad to help. Both are framing blades but the D0724A from what I found is a Wet Lumber Framing Blade. Hope this Helped.
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Would this be ideal for cutting acrylic plastics?

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June 5, 2016
Looking to see if this blade can cut acrylic on an beveled angle or cut a small groove into 1/8 inch plastic
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Branchland, West Virginia 25506
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August 22, 2016
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I don't know
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June 29, 2016
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Hi, ThisGuy - The Diablo D0760R will cut acrylic and plastics. However, if using this blade to cut acrylic, we recommend using a sacrificial piece of wood or tape on the back side of the cut. Also, you should set the correct depth on the saw, the blade should go through the material with no more than 1/8” of the blade showing in the bottom of the cut. This will allow for the most teeth working in the Read More
Hi, ThisGuy - The Diablo D0760R will cut acrylic and plastics. However, if using this blade to cut acrylic, we recommend using a sacrificial piece of wood or tape on the back side of the cut. Also, you should set the correct depth on the saw, the blade should go through the material with no more than 1/8” of the blade showing in the bottom of the cut. This will allow for the most teeth working in the material to get the best cut possible.
We also recommend that you look at blades dedicated to cutting plastics and acrylics, such as the Diablo D0756N and the AvantiPRO P07140R. Read Less
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Tonganoxie KS
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June 7, 2016
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The answer is, maybe. Feed rate is very important when cutting plastics using a blade meant for cutting wood. Too slow and the plastic will soften and gum up the blade. Best blade is 80 tooth carbide triple-chip design. An 80 tooth alternate top bevel (ATB) blade, either cross cut or plywood style is a good alternative for the occasional user.
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Oswego, ILL
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June 7, 2016
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YOU SHOULD USE A FINE TOOTH BLADE TO DO THAT.
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Canton, GA
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June 7, 2016
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Can't speak for acrylic plastics, unfortunately, but this is one of the best blades I've ever used. I would certainly give it a try on the plastic.
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Seattle, WA
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June 7, 2016
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This blade is really meant for wood, but it will definitely cut acrylic if you push the saw slowly to avoid chipping. The cut will not be as smooth as using a router with high speed rotation and bit meant for acrylic, so you'll have a foggy cut edge if it matters.
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Butcher Block

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July 8, 2016
How is this blade cutting through 1-1/2" butcher block? Should I go with a 60 tooth instead?
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July 12, 2016
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Hi, Mike - You will get the best performance and finish from the D0740R. Given the thickness of the material being cut, the 60 tooth blade will cause minor burning or burnishing on the finished edge. The D0740R will have the correct amount of teeth working in the material to generate the best finish.
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July 11, 2016
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Hey Mike!
1 1/2" should be no problem for either of these blades. I was just in the 3402 store this weekend and the 40 tooth was on an end cap for a good price! The extra 5 bucks would get you the 60. It is just a question if you want the finer cut or not.
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Hulett, Wy.
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July 10, 2016
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The 40 tooth will cut the Maple 1 1/2" Butcher Block just fine. A 60 tooth would be likely to heat up, and you could have some burnt edges to clean up. Go at a steady feed, but try to allow the blade to clean as you feed it (I always have my depth set up so I can see the bottom of the gullet at the bottom of the cut) HAPPY SAW DUST !!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 398 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bought to cut laminate flooring. Worked like a charm. Money well spent. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Blade Great! I used it all the time whatever projects that I have, especially for mounting a speakers. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good enough for anything up to fine cabinetry This blade in a good quality circular saw will do just about anything you want in any project up to creating fine cabinetry. There is still a tiny bit of tear out on the side you are cutting on so remember to cut with the "bad" side up. This is at least in part endemic to these saws, regardless of blade, so remember to cut with the good side down. The high tooth count gives a smooth cut in dimension lumber. For cutting lumber in exotic species where costs are in the $4 to $8 a board foot I would invest in the best possible blade. Of course it is unlikely you would be cutting that lumber with a circular saw anyway. I would buy another if I needed it. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great blade Cuts fine egdes without splintering or chipping. Great for fine drywall work. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I have purchased several Diablo saw blades, none of them have let me down yet, all cut clean and have lasted through the home restoring project. Note I have purchased (2) 12 inch blades for a miter saw, for flooring and trim work. Nice cuts / clean edges. October 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I made the move I changed the blade on my table saw to the smaller blade on the recommendation of The Master Woodworker on YouTube. He is so right. the smaller blade created very little dust and has a much nicer finish to the wood. The blade cuts very clean and does not get too hot. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saw blade Cuts well,strong made.Last a long time if you don't cut nails. October 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Clean Cut Great blade for your saw. Makes super clean cuts. Most have for finish work! September 28, 2016
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