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.
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.
The blade will do it but will your saw....Adding a small water flow would help the cut..The key is to take it slow and easy. I used this blade to cut 1 inch fireplace refractory panels and it did the job though not as hard as granite (but twice as thick as you want to cut).., I say again slow and easy on your cut.Stop let it cool and go sloooowwww
I used it for cement pavers. I don't think it would have much trouble with mortar, except for the depth of cut. Probably deep enough to get the bricks to break loose whole though. You definitely need a mask and eye protection. Dry-cutting throws a lot of dust and fragments.
The blade is about 3/32". The kerf will depend a lot on the material. I've used it only dry-cutting cement pavers and the cut was about 3/16". I also expect wet cutting would produce a smaller kerf.
No, though it can cut through asphalt it is not recommended for this blade to be used for it.
No, we do not currently manufacture a 7" Miter Saw.
Yes, the DW4712 should work for this application.
No, we do not recommend using the 7 in. High Performance Diamond Masonry Blade for Granite.
No we do not recommend using the DW4712 for Hardie Board. We would recommend using the DW3193 instead.