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7-1/4 in. x 8-Tooth PCD Tipped Flooring Blade

  • Compatible with any 7 1/4" corded or cordless circular saw
  • Cuts Pergo & laminate flooring, bamboo, hard & softwoods
  • 75x the cutting performance vs standard carbide tipped blade
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Product Overview

Diablos Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) tipped ultimate flooring saw blades are the first blades specifically designed for cutting laminate flooring in all saws. These blades are not only ideal for cutting laminate flooring, but also outperform carbide-tipped blades when cutting other flooring materials such as hardwood, engineered flooring, bamboo and wood. This radical design delivers 75 times the cutting performance when compared to standard carbide-tipped saw blades and is now available in a 7-1/4 in. cutting solution.
  • Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) tooth with unique tooth geometry that delivers an unmatched 75 times cutting life
  • Hi-tech anti-kickback design re-enforces the tooth for longer life
  • Laser-cut anti-vibration design reduces vibration and stabilizes the blade
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for less heat and friction
  • Ideal for flooring materials such as laminate, hardwood, engineered flooring, bamboo and wood
  • Red saw blades are a registered trademark of Freud America, Inc.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Saw Blade Diameter (in)
7-1/4

Details

Arbor Size
5/8
Color Family
Red
Material Cut
Laminate
Number in Package
1
Number of Teeth
8
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can you use this blade to cut 3/16 inch Lexan?

Asked by skipcut April 20, 2020
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Hi Skipcut, This blade is meant for laminate flooring. For Lexan, please use this blade, here is the link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/DIABLO-10-in-x-84-Teeth-Laminate-Non-Ferrous-Metal-Cutting-Saw-Blade-D1084L/100660707

Can this blade be used for every day wood cutting? Like pine wood. I asune so since it will cut hard woods

Asked by Captmullet February 3, 2020
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Sure, but I wouldn't cut anything to thin, as with 16 teeth, it will grab real quickly..

Can this blade be used to cut solid oak baseboard?

Asked by CP1966 November 17, 2019
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When I used mine for general wood cutting, it had a short life as most of the diamond tips broke off. The yellow pine I was ripping must have pinched the blade too much.

Can this blade be used for vinyl plank flooring?

Asked by Woodman123 August 1, 2019
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With out a doubt..

Is this a good blade for cutting ipe (ironwood)?

Asked by JDavid May 25, 2019
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I would think it would do fine . I’ve put down close to 500sf of Curupay (Janka 3630) and it’s done great .

Will this blade work well on laminate with 7 -1/4 inch sliding miter saw?

Asked by Tanya July 2, 2018
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I used the 10 inch version with good results.

Can you use this blade for cutting vinyl plank flooring (Corelux Ultra, 7mm thick, PVC core)?

Asked by Sandvolleybl March 1, 2018
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No, this blade is designed for use with wood or laminate flooring. The manufacturer suggests using a Diablo 12in x 84 Tooth Trex blade (Part #D1284CD) or the 12in x 96 Tooth Laminate Blade (Part # D1296L) for CoreLux vinyl plank flooring.

Is this blade compatible for use on a Dewalt DWS779 Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw?

Asked by JB February 27, 2018
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I don't see why not I have been using it on a DWS716..

Double duty? Can the Pergo blade also give clean cuts on MDF molding? OR pine molding?

Asked by DB58 February 20, 2018
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I used it to install an engineered hardwood (bamboo) floor. When I finished I used it to install 3/4" quarter round mdf molding. The cuts were absolutely flawless. Great blade.

When using the 7-1/4 in. blade in a table saw, what would be my ideal height to have the blade ab...

Asked by Karen January 11, 2018
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I used the same height for crosscut and ripping. I believe the height should at least be such that the notches between the teeth are above the surface of the laminate. To that end I set my height so the notch was about 1/4 inch above the laminate surface.

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Great purchase installed 45 boxes of 1/2” laminate. Blade still looks brand new no chipping burni...
Great purchase installed 45 boxes of 1/2” laminate. Blade still looks brand new no chipping burning or paint transfer from the blade.
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I used this blade to install 270 sq ft of Pergo Outlast flooring in my Basement. It made a clean ...
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I used this blade to install 270 sq ft of Pergo Outlast flooring in my Basement. It made a clean cut, even with the padding on the back of the Pergo. A much better option than a board cutter ( I tried that first). Used it to cut laminate moulding as well.
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This blade lives up to it's reputation. It makes beautiful cuts on laminate flooring. This is o...
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This blade lives up to it's reputation. It makes beautiful cuts on laminate flooring. This is only my 2nd laminate floor install and I do have to say that this blade is far superior to the one I used last time. I bought this one because I have 2 more rooms to do and since it should last 75x longer, then this is a good bang for your buck! Recommend!!
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Not hype. This blade was used to install Pergo on about 1000 sq. ft of flooring. It held up well ...
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Not hype. This blade was used to install Pergo on about 1000 sq. ft of flooring. It held up well and is still sharp.
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Best blade ever using it to cut solid bamboo flooring. This blade cuts thru the flooring effortle...
Best blade ever using it to cut solid bamboo flooring. This blade cuts thru the flooring effortlessly, no chipping. I will be putting this type of blade on my other saws. .
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Blade cut like butter from the first to the last cut through pergo outlast+. Very impressed. Burn...
Blade cut like butter from the first to the last cut through pergo outlast+. Very impressed. Burned up a normal saw blade previously on a different install and ended up buying a new blade. Worth the money to buy a specific blade for the application.
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I’ve had this blade for a while, but I am only now starting my current laminate floor installation, and have a chance to share my opinion. In the past I was using an 84 tooth Diablo 10” blade, and although it provided smooth cuts, it required a lot of downward saw pressure on my chop saw to make the cuts, often resulting in some minor “burn” on the edges of the laminate. I tried this blade for the first time today, and WOW – what a noticeable difference. Yes, it’s a cliché often used by others, but I can think of no better phrase than that it cuts like a hot knife through butter. Because it zips through the laminate so easily, It is tempting to move the saw quickly through the stock, but doing so seems to result in tiny chipping at the edges. Taking a slow pass through the laminate completely avoids chipping, resulting in a finely honed edge (see picture). Can't say how long it will last, since I just started using it, but I love this blade right out of the box! Only wish that I had it before I started my last laminate flooring job. So glad I’ve got it now for the 2000 SF of Pergo XP that I'm putting down now.
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Good blade
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This blade is really sharp and cuts through things really well.
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Super Clean Cuts
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I was a little skeptical about a 12-tooth 10" saw blade, but Diablo makes good stuff, so I guess they know what they're doing. Sure enough, this thing cuts through laminate like a hot knife though butter. No tearout or chipping at all, and I was getting the same cut quality at the start of my project as I was a the end of it. I only did one 130 sq. ft. room with an AC-4 rated 8mm laminate, so I can't really testify to the 75x longer cutting life that Diablo claims. However, I certainly didn't notice any degradation in cut quality for the 24' of rip cuts I made. One side note: the whole blade is coated in Diablo's red permashield coating. It stays on the whole blade for cut after cut, but the first few will leave red marks on the cut surface as the coating wears off the cutting teeth. Not a big deal though, since no one will ever see the ends of the laminate boards. If you've got a 10" miter saw and a 10" table saw, you could even get by with just this one blade. Rip cuts are only needed on the first and last rows, and for the first row you can crosscut the last piece on the table saw before changing out the blade. If you've got a laminate flooring project in your future, this blade is definitely worth picking up!
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I was a little skeptical about a 16-tooth 12" saw blade, but Diablo makes good stuff, so I guess they know what they're doing. Sure enough, this thing cuts through laminate like a hot knife though butter. No tearout or chipping at all, and I was getting the same cut quality at the start of my project as I was a the end of it. I only did one 130 sq. ft. room with an AC-4 rated 8mm laminate, so I can't really testify to the 75x longer cutting life that Diablo claims. However, I certainly didn't notice any degradation in cut quality for the dozens of cuts I made. I even left the blade installed for the prefinished MDF quarter round, and it cut those without destroying the existing paint coat too. One side note: the whole blade is coated in Diablo's red permashield coating. It stays on the whole blade for cut after cut, but the first few will leave red marks on the cut surface as the coating wears off the cutting teeth. Not a big deal though, since no one will ever see the ends of the laminate boards. If you've got a laminate flooring project in your future, this blade is definitely worth picking up!
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