I just did use it on my Ryobi circular saw. Mine can take up to 7 1/4 so this was pretty much a perfect fit. Cuts like hot knife on butter.
I used it to cut through 1/2" stucco with no problem. It should cut through any concrete product without issue.
I'm sure your done by know. However I installed it on my Ryobi brushless circular saw and went through several bricks no problem.
Yes, I was able to make clean cuts along my asphalt driveway for adding pavers. We widened our driveway with pavers over a year ago.
not made for it but if its a seven inch blades you could use it. Id be really careful using it with a table saw
works fine on asphalt - far superior to abrasive blades. Use a hose to keep the dust down and cool the blade. Use an old circular saw as it beats on the saw in this application.
I used with and without water and was fine either way.
This should work fine for this task, just be gentle or it may take off more than you want. As always, wear all the necessary safety gear.
I cut 3” cobble stone