I wasn’t able to locate one. I believe the blade is really meant to spin at specific RPM and torque levels. I highly recommend the Milwaukee fuel metal cutting saw. It paid for itself pretty quickly for us. In efficiency and saving countless cut off discs. Hope this helps!
We tried that on a whim. It worked very well on cement board. Hope this helps.
The arbor on the blade is 20mm and the 7-1/4" circular saws use a 5/8" arbor. Not recommended.
There are a few others out there. We tried them and they didn’t last as long and were more expensive. I promise we stick to Milwaukee blades for a good reason. Hope this helps!
Great for the conduit. It can bind on the thin steel studs. Hope this helps!
They do sell it online. Mine arrived in a few days. Hope this helps!
this saw is not recommended for wood application
This blade is optimized for metal cutting applications.
Will you ever make one?