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
Sure, but I wouldn't cut anything to thin, as with 16 teeth, it will grab real quickly..
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.
With out a doubt..
I would think it would do fine . I’ve put down close to 500sf of Curupay (Janka 3630) and it’s done great .
I used the 10 inch version with good results.
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.
I don't see why not I have been using it on a DWS716..
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.
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.