|Blade Length (in.)||9 in||Blade Width (in.)||1"|
|Material Cut||Metal||Number in Package||1|
|Number of Teeth||72||Power Tool Accessory Type||Reciprocating Saw Blade|
|Returnable||90-Day||Saw Blade Material||Carbide|
|Teeth Per Inch||8||Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
A: Hi Rick! This blade will work for aluminum channel, however, we would recommend DS0910CF. It is important to control speed and use some type of lubrication to avoid galling. To check it out, just search homedepot.com for Product #DS0910CF.
A: Hi John! I would suggest using a general purpose blade as the 10tpi may be too fine, be very slow, or generate excess head in green lumber.
A: Poster Dbbb. Length of the blade is not the problem. I have used blades of this length but with fewer tpi. They don't make a smooth cut. A circular saw is not going to cut an 8 or 10 inch log and neither will most band saws. Anything else?
A: Absolutely not. You cant control this long of a blade. Youd need a large bandsaw or circular saw
A: Yes, although the teeth are large so they will leave a rough cut. I would try a finer tooth blade first or "test drive" this blade somewhere it won't make a difference.
A: This blade is not intended to cut through thin set mortar as it is a thick metal cutting blade. However, the carbide teeth should last longer than bi-metal reciprocating saw blades in that material. Additionally, we carry a diamond grit blade for masonry cutting. To check it out, just search homedepot.com for Product #DS0930DGX.
A: I would have to assume so. If it can eat through a cast iron stove - true story - it can probably handle mortar just fine.