Easley-Cuts composite decking and cellular PVC The only blade recommended by Trex Company for composite decking
Yes, I'm using it on a miter saw and it cuts wood clean and easily, equal to my previous 84 tooth blade. Actually proving more durable. Key is the 84 teeth - this is more for fine cuts in lumber rather than rapid cross or rip cuts, where less teeth is the way to go.
Hi Randy, This blade cuts Trex composite decking and other composite wood material.
Hi Gary, The Diablo Steel Demon Circular Saw blades will be the best option for cutting Titanium. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Diablo-7-1-4-in-x-48-TPI-Cermet-Steel-Demon-Ferrous-Metal-Cutting-Saw-Blade-D0748CFR/307789803
Yes, it will cut it just fine.
Wood and polymer/vinyl are composites in my mind.. I even used it to cut vinyl siding and wood deck boards. Brittle plastics like ceiling light fixture lens I have not tried it might shatter/chip. Maybe if you sandwich it between wood.
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Yes, it will work fine.
Yes, the blade is suitable for that application.
Yes, it will work fine. 40 tooth or higher for a smooth clean cut.