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Model 48-40-4510

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14 in. x 90 Tooth Dry Cut Carbide Tipped Circular Saw Blade

$173.55 /each

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The Milwaukee 48-40-4510 14 in. 90 tooth blade is designed to cut light gauge ferrous materials and stainless steel. The blade has vibration damping which reduces heat, sparks and noise for cleaner, smoother, burr free cuts. For use with Milwaukee Dry Cut Machine 6190-20.

  • 14 in. Diameter, 90 carbide teeth
  • 1 In. arbor
  • Carbide tipped for longer life
  • Hardened steel body
  • Vibration dampening

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Cutting 316ss 12g unistrut

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June 5, 2014
I have 12 guage 316 stainless steel unistrut to cut. I purchased the Milwakee 90 endurance blade and cut with a Dewalt 1300RPM multi cut saw and only got 5 cuts before the blade stopped working. I applied very little pressure on the saw while cutting.

Can you explain what could be the issue please
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June 12, 2014
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12 gauge 316 SS is a difficult material and even more difficult in a unistrut configuration because the amount of material being removed varies through the cut. That said, we would expect the blade to make more than 5 cuts. Based on the information provided, it’s likely too little pressure was applied, resulting in a slow feed rate, which would cause the blade to heat up excessively and cause premature Read More
12 gauge 316 SS is a difficult material and even more difficult in a unistrut configuration because the amount of material being removed varies through the cut. That said, we would expect the blade to make more than 5 cuts. Based on the information provided, it’s likely too little pressure was applied, resulting in a slow feed rate, which would cause the blade to heat up excessively and cause premature failure.
Attached is a guideline chart for metal cutting feed rates. In general, it’s recommended the user add about 1 second for SS. Read Less
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I have a 12 inch x 12 gauge x 2 1/2 flange metal studs to cut off what would be my best blade to use ?

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November 26, 2012
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The 48-40-4515 Milwaukee® 8" x 42 Tooth Dry Cut Cermet Tipped Blade is the best blade to use for your specific cutting application. Please note, this blade will only work in a 6370-20 Milwaukee® 8" Metal Cutting Saw.
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