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Model #A-94552

Store SKU #163882

4-1/2 in. Turbo Rim General Purpose Diamond Blade

  • Optimum bond matrix for a faster, smoother diamond blade
  • Made from quality diamond content for maximum cutting ability
  • Made with constant contact with the material for smoothness
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Product Overview

Use the Makita 4-1/2 in. Turbo Rim General-Purpose Diamond Blade for cutting block, brick and cured concrete. Makita diamond blades are made from high-quality diamond content for maximum cutting ability. The turbo rim design was engineered for constant contact with the material to deliver a smoother finish than segmented blades.
  • Optimum bond matrix provides a faster, longer, smoother diamond blade
  • Superior quality steel core
  • Laser welded to ensure strongest joint possible
  • Highest quality diamonds
  • Constant contact with material delivers a smoother finish than segmented blades
  • Ideal for cutting block, brick and cured concrete
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter
4-1/2
Diameter (in.)
4.5 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
4-1/2
Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Silver
Ideally Used With
Angle Grinders
Material Cut
Concrete
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Sanding/Grinding/Polishing Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Rim Type
Turbo
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

15Questions23Answers

Can i cut steel with this blade

Asked by Bandit December 6, 2020
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Thank you for your question. No, part # A-94552 is a general purpose blade made for cured concrete, block and brick.

Can it cut thru marble

Asked by Nick August 12, 2019
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Answers

Thank you for your question. No, A-94552 4-1/2" Diamond Blade, Turbo, General Purpose is not intended to cut marble.

blade for smoothest cut for marble 3/4" jamb?

Asked by Codie March 9, 2019
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Thank you for your question. Please see the A-95065 4" Diamond Blade, Continuous Rim, General Purpose which is better suited to cutting marble.

Does this blade need to be water cooled?

Asked by Pokey May 4, 2018
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I purchased this blade over a year ago, it worked just fine. I used the blade to cut red brick. I did not use it with water and it cut great. The blade did not become dull due to the lack of water.

can this cut an exterior stucco wall?

Asked by thisismynickname January 10, 2018
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Yes, this blade would be great for cutting stucco and other concrete materials.

Arbor

Asked by Worm January 5, 2018
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Thank you for your question. Yes, the A-94552 4-1/2" Diamond Blade, Turbo, General Purpose does have a 5/8" arbor.

Can i use it to cut 2 eanch granite for kitchen sink ??

Asked by Alf February 14, 2017
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I used one to cut thinner granite (.75" i think), and it had no issues. Consider that this blade is only 4.5" diameter, or 2.25" radius. It could work if you can cut from both sides of the granite (about 1" deep on each side), but unless your grinder is only .5" thick where the blade attaches, it isn't going to all the way thru 2" of material.

Will this cut concrete that has glass marbles and small pieces of metal mixed in?

Asked by Rob May 30, 2016
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Answer

Thank you for your question, but we will require more specific information in order to provide an answer. Call the Makita Call Center during business hours at (800)4-MAKITA, they’re based in Buford, GA and are ready to help.

Can I use this blade in 6 1/2 Makita 18V Circular Saw?

Asked by Anatoli May 7, 2016
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I don't think the arbor size would match up with many circular saws, but if it did match, I'm sure it would work. It just wouldn't have the same depth of cut.

The grinding wheel having any validity period

Asked by mn84 March 21, 2016
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Answer

Thank you for your question, but we will require more specific information in order to provide an answer. Call the Makita Call Center during business hours at (800)4-MAKITA, they’re based in Buford, GA and ready help.

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Customer Reviews

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I've used this blade a handful of times for small tile cuts and have had nothing but a good exper...
I've used this blade a handful of times for small tile cuts and have had nothing but a good experience. It helps if you have a second set of hands available to work a vacuum right by the blade, otherwise you'll be dealing with a dusty mess. But as far as cutting, it gives a clean cut with smooth edges. And it took little to no pressure to get through ceramic tile. Just used it yesterday to cut a hole for an outlet box in the bathroom. First tried with a carbide dremel multi-tool blade, got nowhere. Remembered I had this blade in the garage and had the cuts done in less than 2 minutes.
by JayM
Long lasting tough blade
The Makita 4-1/2 in. Turbo Rim Diamond Blade used on masonry with an angle grinder to cleanup brickwork around the garden where I built a small boarder. You should definitely wear safety glasses and gloves with this blade as sparks were flying. The blade is tough and didn't show much wear after an hour of use. It fit my Porter-Cable angle grinder just fine with a 5/8” arbor. The blade did get hot and has holes cut around the perimeter below the cutting edge I suspect for ventilation. Overall very satisfied with the blade as I've used other types which worn faster.
by FXP1
It's good but too expensive will try cheaper brand next time.
It's good but too expensive will try cheaper brand next time.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Concrete grooving made easy.
Performed exactly as expected and still has plenty of life left in it. Great value.
by Benitzimo
Cut concrete blocks like a fresh saw blade through hardwood....
Cut concrete blocks like a fresh saw blade through hardwood. NO PROBLEM. Cut miters on block to form an angle in the planter wall, and even carved a bullnose on an acute angle. Easy-peasy.
by phxbari
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Used this to cut open a plaster ceiling. Cut...
Used this to cut open a plaster ceiling. Cut really well and fast. Tons of dust though.
by MauryFeltersnatch
It works great I do all my jobs with it...
It works great I do all my jobs with it
by Shesrbear
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by Fred
Great Blade
Bought this blade for tiles. Worked better then expected.
by DIY JOE
Another great Makita product which is reasonably priced
Another great Makita product which is reasonably priced
by Arkady
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