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10 in. x 3/32 in. x 5/8 in. Metal Cut-Off Disc

  • Cuts through metal materials such as steel and cast iron
  • Quickly removes material with premium aluminum oxide blend
  • Perfect for hard-to-reach areas
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Product Overview

Diablo's 10 in. x 3/32 in. x 5/8 in. Metal Cut-Off Disc provides superior performance and increased productivity. Featuring an aluminum oxide blend, the disc quickly grinds through material and offers an extra-long grinding life. Fully reinforced for hand-held grinding work, it is ideal for working in hard-to-reach areas.
  • Premium aluminum oxide blend a superior quality formulation designed for fast material removal and long cutting life
  • For use on metal cutting applications steel, stainless, cast iron, sheet metal
  • Diameter: 10 in.
  • Thickness: 3/32 in.
  • Arbor: 5/8 in.
  • Tool use 10 in. saw for cutting metal
  • Tool use 10 in. saw for cutting metal



Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
Product Width (in.)
10 in


Abrasive Material
Aluminum Oxide
Heavy Duty
Arbor Size
5/8 in.
Arbor Size (in.)
Backing Material
Ideally Used With
Cut-Off Saws
Package Quantity
Power Tool Accessory Type
Sanding/Grinding/Polishing Accessory
Sanding Grade
Sanding, Grinding and Polishing Accessory Type
Grinding/Cut-Off Wheels
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Wheel Diameter (in.)

Questions & Answers


Could i use to cut vinyl fence panals vertical on a table saw?

Asked by Steve April 22, 2020

This is an abrasive disc, no designed for plastics, will generate heat at the contact surface and melt the vinyl that will stick to it but also generate noxious and corrosive gases from the Poly Vinyl Chloride .

I have a 10 inch ridgid miter saw. I can use that and this blade to cut aluminum shower doors? is...

Asked by CaTrekker December 15, 2019

No , get a aluminum blade

Can you use this blade to cut aluminum strips with baked enamel coating such as Decomesh aluminum...

Asked by Anonymous December 4, 2019

Yes, it will go through easily ,but do not force it to avoid crushing the extrusion, wear gloves and keep enough leverage on the part that you hold to maintain control of the cut.

can you use this on a RIGID 10" chop saw for cutting metal tracks that are 18 gauge?

Asked by only1cannoli February 27, 2019

Not sure, you need to check the arbore size.

Can you use this blade in a Craftsman portable table saw?

Asked by Handyman707 July 15, 2018

As long as the arbor dimensions are the same, likely yes. If you have a 12" blade, you will just have to crank the blade up a little further.

If the steel I'm cutting needed to be kept cool, could a liquid be used in conjunction with this ...

Asked by Reza March 27, 2017

Yes, but you will need to make sure your motor on the saw stays dry, so you will not be shocked or electrocuted.

can you use this blade to cut plastic or vinyl siding?

Asked by PBuddy May 14, 2016

I would not recommend it. This type of blade cuts by abrading, i.e. rubbing it until it gets hot. This will simply melt the siding. I would suggest a fine toothed blade designed for wood over this blade.

10 inch chop/mitre saw or not?

Asked by Windguy October 4, 2015

You can turn this blade as slow as you want. I have it fitted to my nice DeWalt miter saw, and no concerns. 1/8" steel? No problem.

What is the maximum blade speed of the 10 inch metal cut off disc?

Asked by tigwelder February 27, 2015

The label on the blade says 6100 RPM.

why can't the blade be used with a mitre saw? What's the difference between a chop saw and a mitre saw?

Asked by Naga December 11, 2013

A mitre saw might unduly stress and break the blade. A chop saw cuts straight down and a mitre saw can be adjusted to make angled cuts.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 43 reviews
  • 95% recommend this product
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Cuts metal for a great price
For the price, this blade is great for cutting steel and aluminum. If you are cutting on occasional basis then this blade is a great value. It fits on my regular 10" mitre saw that I also use to cut wood. After taking off all non-essential plastic parts that could warp or melt from heat I installed this blade and easily cut 12 gauge steel. It did take some time but I got some nice straight cuts on custom brackets I making. I still had a little flash around the edges from the heat but that was easily cleaned up with the grinder. I would highly recommend this blade for cutting all metals. It sliced right through aluminum tubing like butter. If you are a serious metal cutter then the expensive metal blade is what you'll need. If doing a couple small jobs then this will do as it will get slightly smaller after each use.
by Airguy06
Good Blade at a good price
I can't speak to the durability of the blade since I only needed to make two long cuts in a metal fireplace surround. I used it in my table saw and the blade made nice straight cuts no problem and appeared to show minimal wear. I'll probably have the same blade for the rest of my life. Good value for what I needed to do.
by Axel
5 people found this helpful
Well made, rigid , slices through metal easily for a medium duty disc and without vibrations or d...
Well made, rigid, slices through metal easily for a medium duty disc and without vibrations or distortion leaving normal burr. Pleased with its performance so far, used to cut steel tube
by Victor
Great product
I used it for cutting both metal and brick, it gets the job done.
by Efren
As the saying goes, "You get what you pay for".
Not a bad blade for the price. Will not cut 16GA stainless. It just wore down too fast. Spend the extra money and get a good blade if you will use it more than once.
by cnc_guy
good for the price
My use wouldn't be considered heavy, more More medium duty if anything. depending what your cutting, in my case 1/8" thick angle iron it doesn't last super long after about 20-30 cuts the edge begins to wear,chip, and chatter pretty considerably but for the price of 5 bucks a pop I don't think it could be beat. I'll still but many more of these wheels and if your cutting say flat bar or something it'll cut up to about 1/4" to maybe a little thicker like butter and will make considerably more cuts, it may just be the angle iron that wears it so fast but like I said pretty darn good for the price, would recommend
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by HomeDepotCustomer
These blades (2) The center steel insert on the...
These blades (2) The center steel insert on the 1st. one came loose and made the blade unusable during the first cut, the second one started out good but made the cuts slow and heated the metal to a cherry red and had to gouge the cut on and off. Got it done but was disappointed for a Diablo product
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
by Rafi
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