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7 1/4 in. x 56-Teeth Laminate/Non-Ferrous Metal Cutting Blade

  • Compatible with any 7 1/4" corded or cordless circular saw
  • Cuts thick aluminum, plastics, copper, brass & Fiberglass
  • Triple Chip Grind Tooth design for max life, speed & durability
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Product Overview

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Diablo Saw Blades

Dominate with Diablo circular saw blades for metal cutting applications.

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Diablo Metal Cutting Saw Blades

Are optimized for use in corded, cordless & dedicated low RPM metal cutting saws for jobsite flexibility in metal applications.

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Diablo Cermet (Ceramic Metallic) Saw Blades

Introducing a safer and exclusive innovation that allows users to cut metal for up to 40x longer life versus standard carbide-tipped metal cutting saw blades.

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Small Diameter Cermet Steel Demon Saw Blades

Cermet (Ceramic and Metallic) teeth provide high heat tolerances and increased hardness for superior wear and ultimate cutting life in both mild and stainless steel.

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Large Diameter Cermet Steel Demon Saw Blades

Cermet teeth cut through both mild and stainless steel, eliminating the need for individually dedicated saw blades, offering a one-blade solution for ultimate metal cutting performance.

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Steel Demon Metal Cutting Saw Blade

With up to 40x the life of standard abrasive discs, Steel Demon delivers unparalleled performance and superior quality cuts. Steel Demon blades are specially designed for the extreme demands of ferrous metal cutting.

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Aluminum Cutting Saw Blades

Diablo’s aluminum saw blade series is ideal for corded and cordless saws when on-the-job, cutting non-ferrous metals such as aluminum extrusions, copper pipe and brass plate.

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Ideal for

steel stud cutting.

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Ideal for

angle iron cutting.

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Ideal for

flat bar and channel cutting.

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Ideal for

EMT conduit cutting.

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Ideal for

copper and brass cutting.

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Ideal for

plastic and fiber glass cutting.

Get durability and longevity during heavy-duty use with the Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 56-Tooth Laminate/Non-Ferrous Metal Cutting Blade. It was made of Freud TiCo high-density carbide that is thin yet strong. The Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating reduces friction and pitch buildup to provide a smooth, accurate cut.
  • Multi-purpose for various projects
  • Works with non-ferrous metals, laminates and plastics
  • Freud-made TiCo high-density carbide for a long cutting life and ultra-fine finish
  • Laser-cut thin kerf design for fast, clean cuts
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for protection against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents for trapping noise and reducing vibration to give you accuracy and durability

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Saw Blade Diameter (in)
7-1/4

Details

Arbor Size
.625
Color Family
Red
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
1
Number of Teeth
56
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Carbide
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

25Questions17Answers

Will this blade cut 1/8” stainless steel square tube

Asked by JC August 23, 2020
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This particular blade is not designed for stainless steel. You probably already know this but it bears remembering: the term "ferrous" refers to IRON. Since stainless steel is just IRON with some chromium added, it is a FERROUS metal. You can always TEST any metal for ferrous content with a magnet. If a magnet is attracted to the metal, then it has iron in its composition. This blade is made for NON-ferrous metals like aluminum. With that said... yes, it "could" cut some 1/8th" stainless, but not for very long and the resultant finish would not be as clean as with a blade designed specifically for ferrous metals. And when cutting thin tubing, how we support the work is as important as which blade we use. For tubing, it's best to cut that in a dedicated cut-off saw that has a clamp. The clamp prevents the tubing from shifting under cutting forces. By holding the tubing securely, the blade can run true and not contact the side of the kerf. Whenever a blade contacts the sides of a saw-kerf, it builds up heat, and heat is the main enemy of blades. So, for accurate, clean and SAFE cutting of stainless tubing, use a reliable jig or a dedicated cut--off saw with a clamp, and select a blade made specifically for FERROUS metals. I hope that answers your question thoroughly and gives you enough info to get the right blade for your projects. Best Wishes and Good Luck! ;-)

I am cutting a formula counter top to instant a stove, is this the best blade

Asked by dennis January 25, 2020
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Probably not. Although this blade can easily cut both the formica and the MDF substrate, it could chip the brittle formica. Freud makes special blades for cutting brittle manmade materials like formica. Those blades have a different tooth-geometry that makes cleaner cuts in those materials. I might also suggest you check out some "how-to" videos before attempting to cut your countertop. Professionals have good tips that include pre-scoring, blade selection, jigs, cutting guides, cutting from the underside, proper feed-rate, and even some places to use handsaws with hardened teeth for finish cuts.in corners. I sincerely hope that helps... Best of luck! ;-)

Will this blade cut angle Iron?

Asked by Blake September 16, 2019
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Yes. It cuts ferrous metals easily. Just use a proper (slow) feed-rate and support the material on both ends. You can place the interior angle of angle iron over a common 2" x 4" for support. That's easy, safe, and helps gives clean square cuts. Hope that helps! ;-)

If I put this blade in a worm drive skilsaw, what is the approximate maximum thickness for alumin...

Asked by TshirtTom September 3, 2019
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Because aluminum is so soft, your worm-drive saw could cut to full depth. For most worm-drive saws, that is about 2 inches. Be sure to use a proper feed-rate. And for best results, use some kind of cutting guide to insure straight blade travel. The blade itself is designed to stay as cool as possible, but cutting perfectly straight prevents excess friction. It is the excess friction from crooked cuts that causes premature blade-wear and makes jagged cuts. Sawing straight ( with a guide) makes neater cuts and prolongs blade-life. I have used this blade to cut angle-iron, ductile steel pipe and aluminum for furniture and attic-ladders. It cuts beautifully with a straight guide. You can make simple cutting guides by nailing or screwing two 2" x 4"s together and clamping them in place. Good luck. I hope that info helps! ;-)

Will this cut stainless steel? I have a solid stainless steel countertop and I need to cut a sink hole.

Asked by Cassie August 3, 2019
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Sorry, NO, this is definitely NOT the right blade for cutting Stainless steel, and it's not the right shape for making holes. For cutting holes in Hard Ferrous metal, (like a sink) you want a carbide-tipped HOLE SAW. You'll need to drill a small "pilot" hole first. That guides and centers the small drill bit of the hole-saw. It also helps to run cool water on the hole-saw while cutting. That reduces temperature, keeps the teeth cooler and prevents scorching. That will also make your cutting tools last much longer. Home Depot carries numerous hole saws. Just use their website's search function and type "Hole Saw." Select the right size for your sink drain. And follow the suggestions made here. It also might help you understand this process if you searched YouTube for a relevant video. Once you've seen this done, you'll see how easy it is if you follow these steps. Good Luck!

Is this good to cut aluminum legs off a table that are 3" square

Asked by Daniel July 6, 2019
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Yes! It is designed specifically for non ferrous metals like aluminum. If you are asking about the cutting depth, that depends on the type of saw you use, and-or any jigs you employ. Check you saw's manual for cutting depth information. In most circular saws, you would need to make two passes to cut all the way through. In some table saws, you can get a deeper cut, but that might not be practical if the legs are attached.

Is this good to cut 2" off aluminun table legs that 3" square

Asked by Daniel July 5, 2019
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Yes. This blade will definitely cut through aluminum, like the proverbial hot knife through butter. But since you are asking about dimensions, I assume you want to know if this blade has sufficient depth of cut to cut all the way through a 3" square tube in one pass. The answer is "probably not." It depends on your saw and how you have it adjusted. In most hand-held circ-saws, you can't get a full 3 inches of cutting depth from a 7 1/4" blade. The same blade WILL approach that cutting depth in many table saws though. There are solutions of course. You can cut the table legs in two passes with shallower cuts. Using some kind of cutting guide will help get a clean result. You can also cut ALMOST all the way through, then finish with a fresh sharp hack-saw blade, and smooth the rough edges with a file. SO... YES it cuts through aluminum VERY well. Depth of cut depends on the saw, the method, and how much effort you want ( or don't want) to invest. I hope that truly answers your question!

will this blade cut Miami dad's approved Hurricane panels from home depot.

Asked by Benk61 June 14, 2019
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Answer

Yes! Carbide teeth will cut anything including steel. Moreover, this design has many fine teeth and special tooth geometry designed for metal cutting. Use a slow feed rate and a straight edge for best results. And don't forget your safety gear, especially protective goggles. Metal sparks and chips easily!

I have the Ryobi 7 1/4" Miter saw--will this blade work with that tool? Will this be good to cut...

Asked by Dan March 14, 2019
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This blade will fit in that saw. I know because I have one and it works fine. However, flat stock requires special precautions to avoid danger. It depends on how wide the stock is and how well you secure it.

On the 7 1/4 can this be used as a ripping blade for studs? I wanna rip a 12 foot redwood stud 2i...

Asked by KingSin May 24, 2018
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Although you could do some ripping with this blade, it is NOT designed for continuous ripping cut in wood. The tooth geometry of these is designed to limit feed rate. That's good for metal. But the gullets will not remove dust and chips efficiently in wood, and the slow feed rate could actually over heat the blade. The best blade for ripping operations is a dedicated wood ripping blade with square rip teeth. The next best is a combination blade. They have ATB ( alternating top bevel ) PLUS square rip teeth. Make sure that the blade you select is made for WOOD, not metal. That will always give you the best result AND save money / time, in the long run.

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I’m cutting 2 layers of 3/4” oak with a wormdrive Skilsaw, a guide, and a brand new blade but this blade is wandering all over in both the horizontal and vertical directions. The blade depth is about 1/8” deeper than the cut, cut speed is proper as to not bind the blade, I’ve checked my baseplate for square with the blade as well as my guide for straightness and both are more than good enough for a 4’ cut. Just to be sure, I put another new blade on a different saw and used a 2x2x3/16” steel tube for a guide and the problem persists. Following both cuts, I can see where the blade is warped near the relief cuts (where the paint is wore off). Considering how long it took to laminate this peice, I’m not thrilled.
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I bought this saw blade to cut a ten foot conference room table that has a laminate top and bottom and is 1+1/4" of epoxy and compressed sawdust in the center. A very difficult material to cut. The Diablo blade went through it with no problem at all. I stopped every two feet to check the temperature of the blade and it was just slightly warm. The final cut left both laminates clean and neat. The Diablo exceeded my expectations (and that doesn't happen very often).
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I recently replaced the thin plastic on the side light windows on my front door with 1/8 clear acrylic. The cuts were smooth and easy, making this job so quick and satisfying .
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Been using different kinds of Diablo blades for well over a year. When the opportunity came up to try the non-ferrous/ blade there wasn't a question or not to try it. Tested it on different plastic pipes ranging from 1/2” to 2” with the same results and it performed as expected a very clean cut. The well designed and crafted blade has numerous laser cuts for heat expansion, thin kerf design, stabilizer vents, and heat expansion slots to make this one of the very best blades on the market. While, at the same time extending the life of the blade, which could be a mute point because it's guaranteed for life, with of course exceptions.
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Very good blade. This brand of blade is all I buy.
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I'm very pleased with the Cutting Blade it doe's what I bought it for.
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Works well for cutting tin. I’ve used it only for a few cuts though. So I don’t know the longevity, but works extremely well at first.
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As a professional tile installer I use this regularly to...
As a professional tile installer I use this regularly to cut metal Jolly, works nice and clean.
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Cut .250 6061-t3 like it was butter.. teeth never clogged Or overheated
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