Internet #301041957

Model # 49-93-7835

0045242363575

Milwaukee Discontinued

12 in. Steelhead Diamond Cut Off Blade

  • Diamond Cut-Off blades are designed to the highest standards
  • Cut metal and stainless materials delivering up to 75X the life
  • Designed to be used dry
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Product Overview

  • Diamond Cut-Off blades are designed to the highest standards
  • Cut metal and stainless materials delivering up to 75X the life
  • Designed to be used dry
Milwaukee Steelhead Diamond Cut-Off blades are designed to the highest standards, only using quality diamonds. Available in sizes 4 in. - 14 in., Milwaukee Steelhead Diamond Cut-Off blades are uniquely engineered to cut metal and stainless materials delivering up to 75X the life vs. Milwaukee standard bonded abrasives.
  • Up to 75x the life vs. Milwaukee standard bonded abrasives
  • Cuts more steel - high grade diamond grit outperforms and outlasts bonded abrasives
  • Maintains diameter - steel core ensures consistent cutting depth
  • Minimizes debris - solid steel body will not disintegrate during cutting
  • Max RPM 6,300
  • Designed to be used dry
  • Metal diamond cutting blade

Product Overview

  • Diamond Cut-Off blades are designed to the highest standards
  • Cut metal and stainless materials delivering up to 75X the life
  • Designed to be used dry
Model #: 49-93-7835
Internet #: 301041957

Milwaukee Steelhead Diamond Cut-Off blades are designed to the highest standards, only using quality diamonds. Available in sizes 4 in. - 14 in., Milwaukee Steelhead Diamond Cut-Off blades are uniquely engineered to cut metal and stainless materials delivering up to 75X the life vs. Milwaukee standard bonded abrasives.

  • Up to 75x the life vs. Milwaukee standard bonded abrasives
  • Cuts more steel - high grade diamond grit outperforms and outlasts bonded abrasives
  • Maintains diameter - steel core ensures consistent cutting depth
  • Minimizes debris - solid steel body will not disintegrate during cutting
  • Max RPM 6,300
  • Designed to be used dry
  • Metal diamond cutting blade

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Specifications

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
12
Color Family
Silver
Material Cut
Metal
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Rim Type
Continuous
Saw Blade Material
Steel
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
12
Color Family
Silver
Material Cut
Metal
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Rim Type
Continuous
Saw Blade Material
Steel
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

Will this blade cut rebar?

Will this blade cut rebar?
Asked by: Bob
Yes this blade cuts rebar just fine.
Answered by: JamesB
Date published: 2018-07-11

can this be used on a 7 inch grinder?

Asked by: NevadaElectrician
Yes it can be attached to a grinder but I recommend using a guard for safety.
Answered by: JamesB
Date published: 2018-04-26

This has a 7/8" arbor hole. I have seen it suggested that a 7/8" arbor hole can be used with a 5/...

This has a 7/8" arbor hole. I have seen it suggested that a 7/8" arbor hole can be used with a 5/8" arbor angle grinder. Is this true?? Nice if it is as I do not see any adapters for this.
Asked by: Me
The gold ring shown in the arbor above is a removable adapter allowing this to be used on both 7/8” or 5/8” arbors. I wouldn’t suggest using a larger arbor diameter than what is recommended as the blade will have 1/8” of play all around when installed and could move when it bogs down, potentially leading to kickback and injury.
Answered by: Tonytonetonemoreno92
Date published: 2019-07-16

Is it ok to use this blade for cutting vinyl siding? If not what blade is recommended?

Asked by: Jgum1961
I personally wouldn’t suggest it as vinyl is rather unforgiving. Your best method would be a Circular saw with a vinyl cutting blade or a high tooth count blade to get clean and accurate cuts with less chip out, the more teeth the better. You could also give it the Ol’ Reliable treatment and score it with a razor knife and patience.
Answered by: Tonytonetonemoreno92
Date published: 2019-04-10
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