Dominate with Diablo large diameter circular saw blades for wood cutting applications.
Are optimized for use in both corded & cordless table saws, miter saws, and radial arm saws.
Designed specifically to deliver extreme durability and up to 5x longer life.
Ideal for ripping and crosscutting in a variety of materials. Excellent when working on projects such as decking, framing, and building furniture.
Excellent when working on multi-purpose projects such as cabinet work, millwork and furniture construction. Delivers a smooth finish.
Gives flawless crosscuts in wood. Excellent for trim work and projects such as building bookcases, cabinets, and shelving.
Produces precise, polished-like cuts equal to that of 220-grit sandpaper or higher. Flawless cuts with minimal rework… cut & done!
OSB and plywood cutting.
laminate and melamine cutting.
pressure treated wood cutting.
80 teeth would be the bare minimum for finishing cuts for visible areas. you might want to go with 96 or higher for a prettier look on the cut ends.
Yes. It is a 5/8 arbor size blade (0.625 = 5/8). It will work. It’s a good blade, too.
No if you want a flat bottom you need a date blade. This leaves a really nice finish edge.
This was not posted for me.
Yes. .625 = 5/8.
The time it would take to sharpened each tooth not worth it for the price. Just buy a new one
Any standard 80 tooth blade from Diablo would do the same job for a few bucks cheaper. It’s just a a marketing thing
This saw is not specified in tenths of an inch; it is specified in inches, with the fraction expressed as a decimal. in response to the OP's subsequent comments, It is very easy to figure out how many eighths are in 3 inches. Multiply by 8. 3 inches = 24 eighths. The same holds for 0.5 inches, or .0625 inches, which are (8 x 0.5) = 4/8 = 1/2 and (8 x 0.625) = 5/8 respectively. If you see a decimal and multiply it by 8 and the result is itself has a decimal, it is not whole eighths. For example if you see the diameter of a bolt listed as 0.4375 inches, and you multiply that by 8, you get 3.5 eighths. How annoying! But if you remember that every eighth is 2/16, then you can multiply by two to get the number of 16ths. 3.5 x 2 =7/16.
No. You have to go with 10 inch . Diablo makes a 10 blade.
I would recommend a diablo with less teeth, 24. It would be good for hardwood and still give you a clean cut.