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KING DIAMOND

Model # C70S7

Internet # 100577077

Store SKU # 617110

7 in. Diamond Tile Circular Saw Blade

$28.77 /each

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Product Overview

The King Diamond 7 in. Continuous Rim Diamond Blade is designed for fast and consitent cutting of ceramic tile, porcelain tile, and marble. Use this blade wet on tile saws. The blade comes with a 5/8 in. arbor. 8,730 maximum RPM.

  • Continuous rim circular saw blade
  • Made of steel with a diamond edge
  • Designed for fast and consistent wet-cutting performance
  • Ideal for cutting ceramic tile, porcelain tile, and marble
  • 5/8 in. arbor

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade thickness (in.) 
0.06 
Product Width (in.) 
Saw blade diameter (in.) 

Details

Dry/wet use 
Wet 
Flooring Product Type 
Tile Tool 
Material Cut 
Tile (wet or dry) 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.7 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Saw Blade Material 
Diamond 
Tile Tool Type 
Replacement Blades 
Tool Type 
Saw Blade 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
NO WARRANTY 

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Will this blade cut slate tile?

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yes
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February 28, 2016
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Yes, this blade is ideal for slate tile.
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Can this blade be used to cut a 2" thick marble slab?

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August 20, 2015
I have a 48" x 80" marble slab I'd like to cut to more useful pieces. I understand I need a diamond blade for this purpose and wondered it this blade will serve my purpose. Thank you
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August 28, 2015
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Hey James,
To answer your question, This blade will cut the marble, as long as the marble is not too thick. 2" does not seem to thick just make sure you keep a trickle of water on the blade to remove sawn particles and it helps keep the surface cool as you cut. Wear eye protection, it only takes a small sliver to end the 20/20 vision in an eye plus it hurts like all get out. This blade has cut a lot of
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Hey James,
To answer your question, This blade will cut the marble, as long as the marble is not too thick. 2" does not seem to thick just make sure you keep a trickle of water on the blade to remove sawn particles and it helps keep the surface cool as you cut. Wear eye protection, it only takes a small sliver to end the 20/20 vision in an eye plus it hurts like all get out. This blade has cut a lot of tile and I am still using it. It is a good product and as I said "As Always Be Safe".
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I think it will do fine. Just have to have a saw that can cut that thick of a piece, preferably one of the upper end models, it has to be a wet saw, you have to go SLOWLY, and keep the material and blade wet. An entry level diamond blade will cut ceramic and marble and even granite. For these popular glass tiles, there is a more durable blade made especially for that purpose. Look on the label for Read More
I think it will do fine. Just have to have a saw that can cut that thick of a piece, preferably one of the upper end models, it has to be a wet saw, you have to go SLOWLY, and keep the material and blade wet. An entry level diamond blade will cut ceramic and marble and even granite. For these popular glass tiles, there is a more durable blade made especially for that purpose. Look on the label for recommended uses.
You have a very big piece, so good support is essential, as the slightest bend while cutting will bind the blade or worse, crack your material.
In thinking this over, if this piece is expensive, it might be the better part of valor to seek out a stone shop to do this work. I have mostly used this blade for tiles, not large 6 ft slabs. Good luck. Read Less
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Is there any difference as to which side should face out?

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Hey bacarey6
On the blade it tells you the direction of rotation, Make sure you use it that way for best cutting results. Water on the blade to remove cut particles from the cutting surface and it helps cool the tile.
Hope this helps. As Always Be Safe
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not 100% certain but there are no teeth, just diamond grit. I always put the lable facing out, and if there is an arrow of direction on ANY blade, make sure it matches with the direction of your saw.. Also, not sure why you would even want to put a blade on backwards? I think by convention blades are made to have the lettering facing away from motor, def true for toothed blades. More important is a good Read More
not 100% certain but there are no teeth, just diamond grit. I always put the lable facing out, and if there is an arrow of direction on ANY blade, make sure it matches with the direction of your saw.. Also, not sure why you would even want to put a blade on backwards? I think by convention blades are made to have the lettering facing away from motor, def true for toothed blades. More important is a good water supply or this expensive blade will be toast in minutes. Most wet saws take a few seconds to get water flowing, make sure your pump is working. On my Ridgid saw used last year, the pump gave out and luckily HD had 5-6 on the shelf, an improved model, for about $29 I believe. Lastly, do not push material hard through these blades, go slow and let the blade do the work. Otherwise you overheat the blade and will crack some expensive material and won't be happy! Good luck. Read Less
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Can i use this blade dry

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I honestly think you would damage the blade, water cools it and makes it last as long as it can. Tile and pavers really heat up when cutting. If using in a circular saw like i plan too, I am going to have somebody running a slow stream of water on it as I cut some blue stone treads. Good luck
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 49 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tile blade great for the part time user. had to use vice grips to remove old blade and install new July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality tile saw. I recently installed ceramic tile in my kitchen, dining nook, hallway and laundry area, about 250 square feet in total. I installed 13 inch tiles. With a number of cabinets, cut-out areas for stove, refrigerator, dishwasher plus a food pantry and the the laundry area, there were numerous cuts that needed to be made. From start to finish, the blade performed flawlessly. There were some cut edges that were exposed that needed to be chip-free and very smooth. This blade was able to make those cuts easily. Of course you have to have a decent-quality saw and you can't rush through the cutting process...slow and steady will provide an excellent cut every time. November 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worse than old worn blade... This blade was bad from first cut. Cut rough and split the first two porcelain tiles used on. Replaced with old blade until better quality blade purchased. May 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by went a long way I did about 3000 sq ft of tile floor had to use 2 blades. Even when it gets old doesn't chip edges bad. but when new is like factory cut. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 Blade is sharp giving the tile a nice smooth edge-5 April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by clean cuts no chips. Worked as expected, used on ceramic tile. Upgrade over previous blade. March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tile Saw Blade Used it once to make a fresh cut on a vanity base I was building. It did a nice job. February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 0 stars Would have given it 0 stars bought 2 blazes they both chipped and snapped the tiles February 10, 2016
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