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Model EZ545

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Store SKU #777628

EZ Lock Diamond Tile Cutting Wheel

$24.97 /each
  • 1-piece mandrel design for simple wheel changes
  • Creates straight cuts with little dust
  • Cuts thick floor tile and other ceramic materials

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Use the Dremel EZ Lock Diamond Tile Cutting Wheel for cutting ceramic material such as 1/2 in. floor tile. It features a screw-free system for easy locking and loading, and can make straight cuts with little dust. It's compatible with Dremel rotary tools.

  • Compatible with Dremel rotary tools (sold separately)
  • Cuts 1/2 in. thick floor tile and other ceramic materials
  • Makes straight cuts with little dust
  • 1-piece mandrel design eliminates the need for a screw and screwdriver
  • Easy to assemble
  • Please note: do not run in excess of 20,000 RPM
  • 1-piece mandrel design eliminates the need for screw and screwdriver
  • Effortless locking and loading - no tiny mandrel screw to lose
  • First patented system of its kind; compatible with all Dremel rotary tools

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Need to cut Plexi Glass, what tool cuts without cracking Plexi Glass?

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May 4, 2012
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January 6, 2015
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I think you want a fine tooth saw and a machine to drive the blade at under 5,000 rpm. A cutting wheel that attaches to an angle grinder or smaller high speed rotary tool is more likely to melt the plexi glass partly because they are turning at near 20,000 rpm. It is possible that a variable speed angle grinder or rotary tool might work, but these tend to be pricey and it may still be a challenge to get Read More
I think you want a fine tooth saw and a machine to drive the blade at under 5,000 rpm. A cutting wheel that attaches to an angle grinder or smaller high speed rotary tool is more likely to melt the plexi glass partly because they are turning at near 20,000 rpm. It is possible that a variable speed angle grinder or rotary tool might work, but these tend to be pricey and it may still be a challenge to get an acceptable speed.
If you just have straight cuts then it might be effective to score and snap the plexi sheets.
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June 3, 2014
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A band saw, you can try a super fine blade saw or a dremel also but a band saw is the best bet
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July 9, 2013
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I use a scoring knife and a straight edge as a guide for the knife. I make enough passes to get 60% of the way through the material. The scoring knife should remove the Plexiglas in little curls. Flip the material over and use a utility knife to cut through the protective film, following the score line on the other side of the material. Flip the Plexiglas back over. Then place a 2x4 under the Plexiglas Read More
I use a scoring knife and a straight edge as a guide for the knife. I make enough passes to get 60% of the way through the material. The scoring knife should remove the Plexiglas in little curls. Flip the material over and use a utility knife to cut through the protective film, following the score line on the other side of the material. Flip the Plexiglas back over. Then place a 2x4 under the Plexiglas such that the board edge is under the scored edge. Press or stand on the Plexiglas to firmly hold it to the 2x4. Then, after ensuring your safety glasses are on, gently press on the opposite side of the scored edge.
The Plexiglas will snap and you should be left with a clean cut. Read Less
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November 14, 2012
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I have cut a lot of plexiglass and light fixture lens over the years, the only thing I would use is the Dremel plastic cutting blade, it mostly melts but you get through the job with out cracking, Be patient and hold all firmly (don't let it vibrate)
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May 6, 2012
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Unfortunately we do not have an accessory that can assist with this application.
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can the diamond blade cut ceramic tile?

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March 20, 2015
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Yes it will.
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March 18, 2015
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Yes, up to 1/2'' thick.
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March 18, 2015
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It can IF the machine/tool it is going on is rated to cut tile.
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What is the diameter of this blade?

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April 22, 2014
I'm looking for a 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) diameter diamond blade to fit the 300 series Dremel. Thank you!
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August 4, 2015
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Wow, what different answers to this question. The home depot specification section lists "Product Width (in.)" as 2 (inches), one respondent says 4 inches and the Dremel folks say 1 and 1/2 inches. I would appreciate it if someone could referee the answers to provide a definitive response. I wish the home depot team would list either "radius" or "diameter" or perhaps both just to make it crystal clear Read More
Wow, what different answers to this question. The home depot specification section lists "Product Width (in.)" as 2 (inches), one respondent says 4 inches and the Dremel folks say 1 and 1/2 inches. I would appreciate it if someone could referee the answers to provide a definitive response. I wish the home depot team would list either "radius" or "diameter" or perhaps both just to make it crystal clear what dimension is being provided, and make users feel confident in what is being provided. Read Less
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January 6, 2015
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4 inches
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April 23, 2014
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The EZ545 Diamond Blade is 1-1/2”.
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Will it cut plaster

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Yes, this will cut plaster.
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Yes, you should be able to cut plaster.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CUTS TILE LIKE BUTTER I USED THIS CUTTER TO CUT AND REMOVE OLD TILE TO INSERT A MARBLE THRESH HOLD. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Diamond cutting blade did the trick on repairing wife's lamp. Cut the glass of the globe with no trouble at all. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for tile Cut porcelain tile better then wet saw, much slower but with less chips. Great for circle cuts. June 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked perfectly I bought this to cut outlet boxes in 1/2 thick marble tiles. It worked perfectly. I used water to keep it cooled and to clean the tiles as I cut them. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked perfectly Used on 3/8" thick marble tile to cut in electric boxes. It worked perfectly March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fits the Bill! Had a plumbing leak and had to get a kitchen cabinet rebuilt. They of course made it a 32nd or more taller as the granite no longer fit under the tile backsplash. I used the rotozip for about 3' and 7/8" of 4' that needed to be cut, but the rotozip was too large to get the last piece of corner tile that needed to be removed. THIS worked perfectly!!! It also let me go back and fine tune a bit I missed with the rotozip. This little bugger saved me from having to remove the tall cabinet (with the oven and mirowave in it) adjacent to the rebuilt cabinet and was well worth the $25 in my opinion! December 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Curves in Ceramic Tiles! I wanted to tile my bathroom floor but needed to cut curves around the toilet. I bought the Dremel Tool and the diamond cutting wheel. I traced a pattern onto interfacing and copied it to the tiles. It took time and a steady hand, but the curves came out perfect! February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a MUST HAVE I was smart enough to buy a Dremel many years ago it has served me well over the years.The latest labor and time saver was when I decided to put up 400 Sqft of travertine tile back splash in the kitchen! I have a newer home which means there is a outlet box every 3 feet. no matter how you measure you are going to be doing some cutting! The diamond wheel was a god send! the tile I used was 1"x2" there was no using a saw on this. the diamond wheel makes short work of trimming, cutting and notching stone tiles. most of the work is around the electrical boxes this takes forever to do! but with the diamond blade I was making trim and smoothing cuts in minutes. Use a C-clamp on small tiles it safer and you will have more control over the blade! This has to be the best accessory I have bought in years and after dozens of cuts its still in great shape I'm pretty sure this is going to last me a long time. June 2, 2014
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