Hello Crane Thank you for your contact. We apologize for any trouble or inconvenience in finding information. This blade would cut through wet/dry tile. Best Regards Sherri C DEWALT
You can but I recommend for you to rent a bigger tool to do this tipe of work it will be more safer
Unfortunately we don't have hours to recommend.
Yes it will
It will likely cut the tile, but may chip it and/or break it while doing so. This blade is for masonry, i.e. brick, stone, or concrete block. You will be better off with a blade made for cutting porcelain tile. It is a very brittle material.
Worked great in my DeWalt DW-369 7 1/4" saw for cement pavers. Make sure you have a good mask and eye protection. Dry cutting pavers blows a lot of dust and fragments.
This Blade can be used on all tile material cuts Accurately and purcisely
The DCS575T1 requires the correct diameter and arbor size. Example : 7 1/4" blade with 5/8 arbor
The DW4701 has a 7/8" arbor.
Hi Jake, the masonry blade has not been tested for this type of application. Unfortunately we are unable to recommend it for this type of application.