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6 in. Diamond Blade, Segmented, General Purpose

  • Optimum bond matrix for a faster, smoother diamond blade
  • Optimum bond matrix provides a faster, longer, smoother blade
  • High quality industrial diamonds
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Product Overview

The Makita 6 in. Segmented Rim Diamond Blade is ideal for general purpose cutting applications including block, brick and cured concrete. The segmented slots are engineered to deliver a faster yet cooler cut. Diamond blades are part of Makita's growing line-up of solutions for concrete applications.
  • Taller 13 mm segments are designed for longer life and faster cutting
  • Up to 4x longer life than competitive blades
  • For cutting concrete, block, brick, pavers, and roof tiles
  • Optimum bond matrix provides a faster, longer lasting, and smoother cutting diamond blade
  • Carefully tensioned for less vibration and a superior user experience
  • Strict quality control measures ensure superior performance
  • Dry or wet cutting for added versatility
  • For smoother and finer cuts in masonry products
  • Made with high quality diamonds
  • For use with angle grinders
  • Max RPM 10,200






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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
6 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
6
Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Teal
Ideally Used With
Angle Grinders
Material Cut
Masonry/Block
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Rim Type
Segmented
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Combination Wet-Dry Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

12Questions19Answers

Will these cut granite ?

Asked by George March 13, 2021
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Answer

Thank you for your question on the B-69646. This general purpose blade is for cutting cured concrete, block, brick and pavers. Makita does not recommend using accessories on applications other than those specifically designed for.

Do you use this with an angle grinder or with a skillsaw?

Asked by Ervv January 11, 2021
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Answer

Thank you for your question. The B-69630 10" Diamond Blade, is meant to be used on a power cutter or cut-off saw. Please refer to your tools instruction manual for to see if its compatible.

I currently work building fiberglass boats was wondering how this would do for fiberglass. Anyone...

Asked by valk October 14, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your question. The E-02509 6 in Diamond Blade is intended for use in concrete, block, pavers, and bricks. It is not recommended for fiberglass.

Would this work for cutting asphalt?

Asked by jonn August 22, 2020
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Answers

Yes it would

Can I use for dry cuts?

Asked by thomas March 8, 2020
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Thank you for your question. Yes, the B-69630 10" Diamond Blade, Segmented, General Purpose is for both wet and dry cutting. Please see the specifications section of the product page for additional information.

Will a concret saw blade cut 3/8 in rebar

Asked by ugly June 25, 2019
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Answers

Thank you for your question. Tools and accessories should always be used in accordance with their included instruction manuals. This blade is not intended for cutting rebar. Please see the XCS01T1 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion Cordless Rebar Cutter Kit (5.0Ah) and XCS02T1 18V LXT® Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Steel Rod Flush-Cutter Kit (5.0Ah) for rebar cutting options.

Can you use this Makita 14 inch premium segmented diamond blade on a 800 Still Cut off saw

Asked by none October 13, 2018
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Answer

Thank you for your question. Makita does not recommend using accessories or attachments other than those specifically made for the tool being used. Please refer to your instruction manual for other compatibility questions.

They list the height as 0.375, but I assume that is the blade width at cutting surface, correct?

Asked by Teresa April 19, 2018
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Correct

How long will this blade last in normal usage? I need to cut about 12 foot of concrete. Will I ne...

Asked by cutter October 14, 2017
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This blade will more than meet your job needs.

Can this blade be used in a stihl 23rd 420 cut off saw

Asked by Slayer82 May 15, 2016
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The blades has a 3/4 arbor knockout so you can also use it on a 1 inch arbor for any saw that will accommodate a 14 inch blade.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 174 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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I needed a new blade to install a sink in...
I needed a new blade to install a sink in a granite top. I got the 2-pack because it was a good deal. The blade cut through the 1 1/2” granite top like butter and is still sharp. Makita blades have provided consistently good quality over the years, you always know what you are paying for.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Fast cutting and clean cuts.
Fast cutting and clean cuts.
by Bob
Makita 4.5 in. Segmented Rim Diamond Blade Country of origin - Thailand This light/medium duty bl...
Makita 4.5 in. Segmented Rim Diamond Blade Country of origin - Thailand This light/medium duty blade is a step up from the round-blade for ceramic tile dry-cuts, but it has a wider kerf (see dry tile cut) This blade cut through a metal bed-frame without much effort (lots of sparks, though) This blade was less successful, however, with a slightly heavier angle bar.
by Deeve
This is a great segmented diamond blade that can be used for concrete, conder blocks, pavers or b...
This is a great segmented diamond blade that can be used for concrete, conder blocks, pavers or brick. On the blade it claims up to 4 times longer life and up to 40% faster cuts. In my limited use this blade definitely cuts fast and with minimal effort, the longevity has yet to be determined. I really like how smooth and easy the blade cuts through some ceramic tile practice material while running up to full RPM. I plan to use the blade on some brick edging for my walkway and believe the blade will do a great job. While the blade has a 7/8 inch arbor there is an included 5/8 inch adapter ring depending on the tool you are using. Overall, this is a nice general purpose blade to have in your tool box and can be used wet or dry.
by FishFool
I just purchased a Milwaukee battery operated grinder kit (2980-21) and need some diamond blades to grind out the cracked cement joints in between some of the basement blocks and the chimney. I also need to replace and install several block for and old coal bin/door. It can be used wet or dry. I’ll be using it dry with the Milwaukee saw but it’ll also fit my wet tile saw, so I can use it for the kitchen tile job that’s coming next month. When using it dry I make sure I always wear a dust mask. I also wear eye protection. You can also cut brick and pavers if you’re doing a patio. It’s fast cutting which is a time saver for me. It will fit both the 5/8” and 7/8” arbors.
by Livingthedream
I just got this blade and gave it a quick try using my brushless portable chop saw (4000 RPM, 5/8...
I just got this blade and gave it a quick try using my brushless portable chop saw (4000 RPM, 5/8” arbor). I used it to cut 4” cement block, and (just out of curiosity) a piece of ceramic tile. In both cases, it cut through the material like a charm, without hesitation – no binding or slowing of the blade rotation. Nice clean cuts, little chipping or jagged edges (see pictures). In practice I would not suggest it for cutting ceramic floor tile because the segmented blade feature, which is designed to cool and clear the material from the path of the blade, seems less likely to result in the perfectly clean edges usually required for indoor flooring applications. However, for masonry work, the initial cuts from this blade were outstanding. I have not used it long enough to judge its long-term performance but based on my visual assessment, it seems like a solidly constructed and well fabricated product. After a short period of usage, there was no telling it had ever been used at all. As you should expect when cutting cement products, it will kick up a storm of dust, so using it outdoors or connecting a vacuum indoors is advisable (as are safety glasses and hand protection). It may seem a tad expensive but, if you desire a quality result, I suggest it’s a good value. I would recommend it to a friend.
by jayp
I received the Makita 10 in. Segmented Rim Diamond Blade for General Purpose recently. I got a c...
I received the Makita 10 in. Segmented Rim Diamond Blade for General Purpose recently. I got a chance to try it out today. I decided to cut a red brick into pieces. The blade worked like a charm. I cut through the brick with such easy. I was really happy how nice it cut, a clean cut making short work of the job. If you every want to cut brick this blade is great. I'm sure it will go through concrete just as easy, great blade.
by Jim
Great saw for me to cut some bricks around the house to repair our landscaping. I had a hose runn...
Great saw for me to cut some bricks around the house to repair our landscaping. I had a hose running on the brick to keep it cool and hopefully keep my blade sharper longer. The saw is a little thick but you'll realize where to cut(for me it was outside the line). Go slowly and it won't chip, depending on what you're cutting. So far so good! I have a lot of makita products and this is joining the family of power tools, blades, bits, etc.
by CaTrekker
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This is probably the forth diamond saw blade I’ve had. However, this is the first with the segmented rim. A couple items I noticed. This blade is thinner (approximately 0.80” vs. 0.90”) at the cutting rim. I think this is an advantage, similar to the thin kerf table saw blades. The other difference is the height of the cutting rim. This blade has a ½” ring, vs. 0.25” on my older blade. I’m guessing this is to help give additional clearance to the blade when cutting with a hand held 4.5” grinder. However, I suspect there is another advantage. One of my projects I made bull nose edging on tile, where I needed the tile width wider than what is available in the store. I use one of these grinders to basically round over the edge, and finish off the edge with a belt sander. Turns out very nice. I suspect this ½” rim would have some advantage for this too. I also like the 4.5” diameter, vs. the 4” diameter of the other blade. There are times when the extra cutting depth has an advantage. It appears the diamond concentration on the blade is the same as the other units I’ve had.
by BigMike76
Great diamond blade - I used it on a wet saw for cutting stone. Makes good clean cuts and lasts a...
Great diamond blade - I used it on a wet saw for cutting stone. Makes good clean cuts and lasts a good while. If you have done any work with stone, you know a good diamond blade is always needed. I've been mostly using it to cut capstones for my garden retaining walls. The Makita cuts fast. I've cut about 70 - 80 cuts of 8" long x 2" deep and only a little of the blade has diminished, maybe ⅛ - ¼ of an inch. (Sorry I didn't measure the diameter when I started).
by bb101
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