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Model #49-94-3010

3 in. Diamond Tile Blade

  • Cut ceramic or porcelain tiles, either wet or dry
  • Maximum 20,000 RPM
  • Use with Milwaukee M12 FUEL 3 in. Cut off tool (2522-20)
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee 49-94-3010 is a 3 Diamond Tile Blade intended to cut ceramic or porcelain tiles, either wet or dry, when partnered with the M12 FUEL 3 Compact Cut Off Tool (2522). The 3 blade diameter makes it easy for the user to maneuver the blade to make notch and rounded cuts to fit tiles as required. Can be used to dry or wet cut.
  • Ideal for cutting a variety of wall and floor tile
  • Can be used to dry or wet cut
  • 3/8 in. arbor hole size
  • Maximum 20,000 RPM
  • For use with Milwaukee M12 fuel 3 in. cut off tool (2522)
  • Includes: 1 diamond tile blade
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Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
3 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
3
Blade Type
Other
Color Family
Black
Ideally Used With
Other
Material Cut
Tile (wet or dry)
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Rim Type
Continuous
Sanding, Grinding and Polishing Accessory Type
Grinding/Cut-Off Wheels
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade

Questions & Answers

8Questions28Answers

Can this be used with a ryobi rotary tool.

Asked by 1courtdaddy November 12, 2020
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Answers

This is designed for saws, you might get it to attach to the rotary tool but be this is not its purpose. The rotary tool arbor might not work.

Will this work cutting backsplash tile with glass? Planning to do a small counter top. Backspl...

Asked by Danno November 2, 2020
4
Answers

yes

Will this work on 8mm backsplash

Asked by MR September 18, 2020
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This should not be a problem. I used these to do a part of a glass tile backsplash. It sounds like the backsplash is already installed? If the backsplash is not installed just make sure you have it resting on something very flat to avoid cracking the whole backsplash. You can use a little water from a spray bottle if your saw does not have a wet saw attachment. Just enough to keep the cut wet - a little water can do a lot of cooling. If you have a scrap piece of backsplash, you should try doing a test cut just to be sure that if you do get any chipping, its something that you can cover.

will these work on the Ridgid SubCompact 3 in. Multi-Material Saw ?

Asked by salomon September 11, 2020
3
Answers

Yes. It will work with any saw that accepts a 3" blade. I used this on my WORX 4" saw and it did the job nicely.

Will this fit a Dremel, Multi Max mm50 oscillating tool?

Asked by Donnac March 7, 2020
4
Answers

I used it on my cut off tool. I have the Dewalt XR Oscillating tool with quick release. The Oscillating tool goes back and forth not circular motion. I recommend a diamond Oscillating tool it works great for small cuts.

Will it cut a granite countertop?

Asked by Eddy August 21, 2019
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Answers

Granite countertops are usually either 20mm or 30mm. Depending on your grinder, you would be unlikely able to get through. I recommend a handheld wet saw.

Will this cutt 1/2" Hardiebacker Board? Need to cut an 18"x18" hole for an access panel.

Asked by Han March 11, 2019
5
Answers

Yes, the 49-94-3010 diamond blade cuts hardibacker and cement board, just don't try to push the saw too fast. The 49-94-3005 blade, which says it rated for fiber cement, drywall, and plastic, bogs the saw down too much when cutting hardibacker board.

Does the blade have a 5/8 bore

Asked by Mike November 1, 2018
5
Answers

No, a true 3/8" only.

Customer Reviews

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  • 91% recommend this product
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Life saver - whats more to say. I don't use these all the time, but when I needed them they save...
Life saver - whats more to say. I don't use these all the time, but when I needed them they saved the day. Love the fact they are wet or dry. I used this to take about 3/8 of an inch off the thickness of a slab of stone. I cut 3/8 deep cuts all over the back side of the stone in a checkerboard pattern, the lightly broke off the pieces. Worked so well there was virtually nothing to touch up. I am going to try this again on a granite backsplash I need to install. Another time I used this to cut through tile that was already up on the wall. Was able to do this very precisely, very neatly. These have worked so well for me I actually keep a spare lying around. They are both wet and dry rated - I say this again simply because when I looked at the package I saw the wet rated symbol and missed the dry rated symbol - then I figured it out. Good work Milwaukee!
by Shoholasmokin
1 person found this helpful
Nice size for very small jobs and delicate cut outs for corners, faucets, etc but is no replaceme...
Nice size for very small jobs and delicate cut outs for corners, faucets, etc but is no replacement for a tile saw for larger jobs like a shower stall. Be careful, my old saw was a 10mm arbor and this is a true 3/8" and will not work, fits fine in the Milwaukee M12. As the photo shows it can round a tile corner easily but this was very soft saltillo tile. I did run it through a 6" piece of 3/8" ceramic tile just to see how it would cut and it went through like it was butter. I did not learn anything about blade life with the soft tile but know it will be much shorter than a tile saw with a 7" blade.
by Will
1 person found this helpful
Milwaukee 3" Diamond Tile Blade is handy for small ceramic or porcelain cutting jobs. This blade ...
Milwaukee 3" Diamond Tile Blade is handy for small ceramic or porcelain cutting jobs. This blade is designed to pair with the Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut-off tool, but I used it in my DeWalt angle grinder. It will fit any tool with a 3/8" arbor. I used it on ceramic tile for a vanity side splash and it was easy, fast and accurate. I cut dry, but you can also cut wet. It's more convenient to use than a full size wet saw. See pics below.
by steveco52
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This 3-inch Milwaukee Diamond Tile cut off wheel is designed to work with the Milwaukee M12 Fuel ...
This 3-inch Milwaukee Diamond Tile cut off wheel is designed to work with the Milwaukee M12 Fuel Cut Off Tool although there are many tools out there that have 3/8" arbors that you could attach this to. Also, you can use a 3/8" arbor mandrel and use it on just about any tool. As indicated by the name, it is intended to be used for tile. It makes quick work of cutting corners and small cutouts in a tile where a tile saw would be too big and cumbersome. Being made by Milwaukee it is of high quality in materials and workmanship. You can clearly see the diamond bits embedded in the cutting portion of the blade. In addition to tile work, this blade can cut about any material. You can use it to cut any kind or size pipe...plastic, copper, or steel. It can be used on sheet metal and various other metal objects. It can be used wet or dry and it can cut spinning in either direction.
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Milwaukee Diamond Tile Blade, for porcelain or ceramic. This is designed for the M12 cut off too...
Milwaukee Diamond Tile Blade, for porcelain or ceramic. This is designed for the M12 cut off tool but will fit tools with a 3/8 arbor . Three inches in size. The decription from Milwaukee says this will perform in wet or dry , however the packaging has water drop with a circle and a slash going threw it with dry below it. I was able to cut with it dry but buyer be advised. Works as intended wouldn’t use for production work but for touch ups, corners cleanin gn up cross cuts . Nice!
by FrankieG
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Great blade for a great tool. Paired with the M12...
Great blade for a great tool. Paired with the M12 cutoff tool - it far exceeded my expectations when cutting tile. Used to cut large format tile (2’x4’) that a regular score/snap or large tile saw couldn’t accommodate. Blade has a lot of life and works well. Will buy again.
by JAMES
I retiled my bathroom and this blade worked fantastic in...
I retiled my bathroom and this blade worked fantastic in the sharp corners. I also cut a 4” hole in a tile with it.
by Greg
Does a great job on granite and tile. Cuts clean...
Does a great job on granite and tile. Cuts clean and took a good amount of cutting before it started to lose its sharpness. Already ordered a replacement so I can be ready to go for the next job.
by tmac14
Can’t find anywhere to buy!
Works well, but can’t be replaced! Not super powerful, but easy to use and gets into small places
by RAG1
Response from Social MediaMay 14, 2021
Hello, we are sorry to hear that our 3" Diamond Tile Blade hasn't been performing to your expectations. We will be in contact shortly to provide further assistance. Thanks- Will with Milwaukee Tool
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