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Makita 4 1/2 in. Sandwich Tuck Point Blade


4 1/2 in. Sandwich Tuck Point Blade

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Product Overview

The Makita 4-1/2 in. Dual Sandwich Diamond Tuck Point Blade is designed for faster more efficient cuts than standard solid tuck point blades. The design is engineered to create less dust than solid equivalent blades. The Dual Sandwich Diamond Tuck Point Blade is ideal for the removal of mortar joints. For added versatility, the blade can be used wet or dry.

  • Dual sandwich design allows for faster and more efficient cuts
  • Cutting action of the dual sandwich design is engineered to create less dust than solid tuck point blades
  • For use in the removal of mortar joints
  • Can be used wet or dry for added versatility



Blade Diameter
4-1/2 in
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Tool Type
Saw Blade
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Power Tool

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4 1/2 in. Sandwich Tuck Point Blade is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the correct size. Before getting the blade, measure the distance between bricks. (The with of the mortar joint.) Then get the closest sized blade that is smaller then that distance. If you get too thick of a blade, it will cut into the brick. If you get too thin of a blade, it is harder to keep it aligned with the mortar joint. But you can work with too thin of a blade. with to thick of a blade, you are out of luck. I had two different sets of bricks, done at different times. The mortar joints were different thickness. The blade that worked perfect on the older work was just a bit too tight for the newer work. Because I cleaned up the older work first, I didn't discover this until I started on the newer work. So I ended up needing a second blade. I didn't have a log of joints to repair in either section, so I can not comment on blade life. Both blades show that they have been used, but neither is worn. They are just bearly broke in... If your grinder has it as an accessory, pick up the concrete cutting guard and dust collector. It gives you better depth control, as well as cleaner working conductions. In any case, spend the money to get a filter bag for your shop vac. It both saves wear and tare on the shop vac, as well as preventing dust from traveling through the show vac. Be sure to wear eye protection and a dust mask. Hearing protection is also a good idea. Don't get discouraged if you have problems controlling the grinder when you start. It takes a bit of practice, but soon you will be zipping along!
Date published: 2014-07-08
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