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7-1/4 in. x 56 Carbide Teeth Aluminum Cutting Circular Saw Blade

  • Cobalt infused tungsten carbide extends blade's cutting life
  • Laser-cut vibration dampening slots minimize heat, sound, noise
  • Blades are ideal for dry metal cutting
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Metal cutting circular saw blades engineered for longer cutting life

Milwaukee Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Metal cutting circular saw blades engineered for longer cutting life

Ideal for Dry Metal Cutting

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Ideal for Dry Metal Cutting

Available in Metal, Metal & Stainless, and Aluminum Cutting

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Available in Metal, Metal & Stainless, and Aluminum Cutting

Reduces Wobble and Warping

Laser Cut Technology

Reduces Wobble and Warping

Extends Cutting Life and Maintains Tip Sharpness

Cobalt Infused Tungsten Carbide

Extends Cutting Life and Maintains Tip Sharpness

No Extreme Heat Build-Up

Cuts Cooler

No Extreme Heat Build-Up

No Burrs

Clean Cutting

No Burrs

Full Range of Blades for Clean Cutting in Various Materials

For Use In

Full Range of Blades for Clean Cutting in Various Materials

Stainless Steel, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Threaded Rod, Steel, and Aluminum

Metal & Stainless Cutting Blades

Stainless Steel, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Threaded Rod, Steel, and Aluminum

Threaded Rod, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Steel, and Aluminum

Metal Cutting Blades

Threaded Rod, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Steel, and Aluminum

Aluminum, Brass, Plastics (PVC), Fiberglass, and Copper

Aluminum Cutting Blades

Aluminum, Brass, Plastics (PVC), Fiberglass, and Copper

No Lubricant Needed

Dry

No Lubricant Needed

Full Range of Blades Between 5-3/8” – 14”

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Full Range of Blades Between 5-3/8” – 14”

The Milwaukee 7-1/4 in. 56T Aluminum Cutting Metal Circular Saw Blades are specifically designed to exceed contractor's expectations for blade life, cut quality and speed in the most demanding metal cutting applications - without a lubricant. The metal cutting circular saw blades have hand-tensioned hardened alloy steel bodies. This extends blade life and delivers the highest quality cuts available. The blades have Carbide-Tipped Teeth with Alternate Top Bevel grind to shear through metal delivering burr-free, cool-to-touch cuts.
  • Engineered with cobalt infused tungsten carbide to extend cutting life
  • Laser cut vibration dampening slots to minimize heat, sound and noise
  • Ideal for dry metal cutting
  • Cuts cooler for immediate handling and less down time
  • Designed to provide clean cutting and a burr-free finish
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Metal cutting circular saw blades engineered for longer cutting life

Milwaukee Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Metal cutting circular saw blades engineered for longer cutting life

Ideal for Dry Metal Cutting

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Ideal for Dry Metal Cutting

Available in Metal, Metal & Stainless, and Aluminum Cutting

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Available in Metal, Metal & Stainless, and Aluminum Cutting

Reduces Wobble and Warping

Laser Cut Technology

Reduces Wobble and Warping

Extends Cutting Life and Maintains Tip Sharpness

Cobalt Infused Tungsten Carbide

Extends Cutting Life and Maintains Tip Sharpness

No Extreme Heat Build-Up

Cuts Cooler

No Extreme Heat Build-Up

No Burrs

Clean Cutting

No Burrs

Full Range of Blades for Clean Cutting in Various Materials

For Use In

Full Range of Blades for Clean Cutting in Various Materials

Stainless Steel, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Threaded Rod, Steel, and Aluminum

Metal & Stainless Cutting Blades

Stainless Steel, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Threaded Rod, Steel, and Aluminum

Threaded Rod, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Steel, and Aluminum

Metal Cutting Blades

Threaded Rod, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Steel, and Aluminum

Aluminum, Brass, Plastics (PVC), Fiberglass, and Copper

Aluminum Cutting Blades

Aluminum, Brass, Plastics (PVC), Fiberglass, and Copper

No Lubricant Needed

Dry

No Lubricant Needed

Full Range of Blades Between 5-3/8” – 14”

Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades

Full Range of Blades Between 5-3/8” – 14”

Specifications

Dimensions

Saw Blade Diameter (in)
7-1/4

Details

Arbor Size
58in
Color Family
White
Material Cut
Metal
Number in Package
1
Number of Teeth
56
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Carbide
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

6Questions9Answers

I'm looking at the 8in x 58 tooth blade for ripping PVC trim on a table saw. I have a Milwaukee ...

Asked by MKJ November 25, 2020
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Answer

Yes, this blade is compatible, and it can cut PVC trim cleanly. As with any blade when cutting PVC or plastic composites, the right FEED speed is more relevant than the blade's rotational speed. We should match the feed-rate to the material and the saw to prevent melting. So you are wise to consider blade speed, since that affects feed-speed. But within reasonable limits, we have a wide margin of feed-rates that will still produce clean cuts. You will quickly learn the ideal speed for your saw with this ( or other) blades by observing feed-speed and seeing the results. Generally, more teeth produce cleaner cuts in wood, especially cross grain cuts. However, PVC does not really have a grain structure as wood does. In plastic composite materials, we sometimes prefer fewer teeth to get smooth cuts without melting. Because this blade has a relatively high tooth-count, you might need to feed faster to prevent melting or burning. I have this blade and have used it for cutting PVC materials for decking, fence and trim applications. So I speak from experience. YES, it WILL make nice clean cuts in PVC without melting, so long as we are aware of feed-rate and do not feed too slow OR too fast. The last consideration is, how accurately your saw is adjusted. ANY blade, even those specifically designed for PVC, can cause melting or burning if the saw is out of alignment. So, if you have any of those problems regardless of feed-rate, check the saw's adjustments. I sincerely hope that answers your question and helps you get great results! ;-)

What is the diameter of the arbor hole and why is the arbor whole measured in millimeters while t...

Asked by IJ September 14, 2020
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Answer

Hi there! Our 6-1/2 in. x 54 Carbide Teeth Aluminum Cutting Circular Saw Blade has a 5/8" arbor size.

Needing to cut something that is a combo of wood, vinyl and aluminum that is like 3 inches thick ...

Asked by Chris June 22, 2020
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Answers

It will work just fine as long as your saw is for a 14 inch blade AND you secure the piece with clamps so there is NO WAY for the piece to jump off the table.

Will this blade work on a normal circular saw that usually uses 7 1/4” framing blades?

Asked by Fasty August 29, 2018
1
Answer

The arbor on the blade is 20mm and the 7-1/4" circular saws use a 5/8" arbor. Not recommended.

Can I also put a wood blade on the metal saw?

Asked by John316 July 18, 2017
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Answers

this saw is not recommended for wood application

If the item is 'out of stock online', does that mean I can still go into a store and order it?

Asked by Dude September 8, 2014
1
Answer

Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is currently in stock. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.

Customer Reviews

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I own a lot of Milwaukee tools, and like the others, this one does not disappoint! I received th...
I own a lot of Milwaukee tools, and like the others, this one does not disappoint! I received this to cut through some aluminum for an outdoor project. I assumed it would work based on the Milwaukee name, but this was GREAT! It cuts through aluminum like butter! The blade did not "junk" up or anything with the cutting despite quite a bit of use on this project. The edges were very smooth following the cut. Save yourself the trouble and order this blade for your aluminum, cooper, and plastic projects. It is well worth it! Oh, as a bonus- the packaging of this blade is far better than others I have received!
by MedSchoolDIY
I had to install a Plexiglas shield at a service counter which required cutting aluminum trim and...
I had to install a Plexiglas shield at a service counter which required cutting aluminum trim and Plexiglas panels. I purchased a Milwaukee cordless metal cutting saw to go with this blade and it did the job. The blade works well with the Plexiglas with just a little gumming up from the heat and friction. It handled the aluminum trim pretty easily and was a lot easier cutting than with a hacksaw. This is a good quality blade.
by MARK
I received the MILWAUKEE 9 IN. X 72 CARBIDE TEETH METAL CUTTING CIRCULAR SAW BLADE to test for Th...
I received the MILWAUKEE 9 IN. X 72 CARBIDE TEETH METAL CUTTING CIRCULAR SAW BLADE to test for The Home Depot. I used it with my sliding miter saw to cut standing seam roofing for my pergola and it worked great! Ran through the pieces like butter. What i really liked is the packaging. It is perforated for opening so that it can be used for storage as well. Simple but a great idea.
by sferg
I was attempting to cut plastic panels with the 40t 'construction' blade that came with my saw. I...
I was attempting to cut plastic panels with the 40t 'construction' blade that came with my saw. I knew better from the start but it was worth the experiment. In the first few inches you could tell the edges were going to be rough and chipped and just not great. Fortunately this blade showed up shortly after and the difference was night and day. Quick, clean cuts. Much smoother edges. All around a great experience.  I'll be really curious about aluminum or copper performance, but so far so good. 
by DstBstSN
I have been a builder and remodeler for 50 years, and as such I have had many occasions where I h...
I have been a builder and remodeler for 50 years, and as such I have had many occasions where I had to cut aluminum and plastics. But while I could use other blades like a wood blade or others, often it is better if I an just use the blades made to cut the material. For example, this MILWAUKEE 10 IN. X 80 CARBIDE TEETH METAL CUTTING CIRCULAR SAW BLADE. I recently used it to cut some aluminum and also some PVC trim, and it cuts cleaner and easier than a wood blade.
by RONALD
Milwaukee 48-40-4370 14” 80 Tooth Carbide Circular Saw Blade – This Circular Saw Blade has Cobalt...
Milwaukee 48-40-4370 14” 80 Tooth Carbide Circular Saw Blade – This Circular Saw Blade has Cobalt infused Tungsten Carbide, the blade is designed to be operated at 1800 RPM and installed on the Corded Metal Cutting Miter Saw…This blade is rated to cut medium thickness 1/16” to ¼” Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Fiberglass and Plastic, it will also cut thin up 3/32” Steel and medium 1/8” to ¼” steel…The blade has been designed to cut dry (no lubricant required) as well as cut cooler…I installed this blade on Milwaukee # 6190-20 Dry Cut Machine, this blade runs and cuts with less vibration due to (4) groups of equally spaced laser cut slots…I cut ¾” Grade “L” Copper Pipe, ¾” EMT, Aluminum Rain Gutter, 4” PVC Conduit and 7/8” Galvanized Super Channel…The blade performed as indicated, intended and expected without any problems…According to Milwaukee this blade is not rated to cut any metal thicker than ¼”…Milwaukee does manufacture (2) blades to cut metal up to ½”, a 72 tooth blade # 48-40-4505 and a 90 tooth blade # 48-40-4510, both blades are designed to be operated dry on a corded metal cutting miter saw…These blades produce burr free cuts on threaded rod or bolts...
by Lew
So far so good. I’m not used to using a carbide tooth blade to cut metals. Usually I use the old ...
So far so good. I’m not used to using a carbide tooth blade to cut metals. Usually I use the old style abrasive blades or wheels. But I’m definitely liking the carbide tooth blade mush better. Milwaukee made some pretty good blades here. I used the blade to cut some copper pipe, aluminum sheeting and some fiberglass panels and all worked out great. For the copper it was really fast and the metal stayed cool. It didn’t heat up or spark like crazy. The aluminum sheeting cuts were perfect also. Actually surprised how there wasn’t many burrs if any at all when I had a good straight line going. I also cut some thin metals on some blinds to cut the track to size and it sure beat using a hacksaw. I really like how clean this blade cuts with no burrs or burn marks. Definitely wear eye protection because little flakes of metal can jump around depending on the saw. I used it on my Milwaukee 6 1/2 saw and the rpms suited it well. All the carbide teeth are still there after me using it and still sharp. Definitely looking forward to using this style blade now to cut metal. Hopefully Milwaukee makes some 1/8” thickness metal cutting blades in the future for some softer steel. Definitely good quality carbide material used in this blade.
by LucioHI
The Milwaukee 7-1/4 in. x 56 Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade makes short work of cutting aluminum flashing. I am using the used flashing for some lawn edging and needed to cut a few inches off a piece. This blade cut it off as it was nothing. As with a lot of tasks, the prep and cleanup was way more time consuming than the task at hand. When I selected this blade, I had hoped to use it on some steel roofing sheets. When it came, the first thing I saw was "ALUMINUM" in big letters. Only slightly disappointed. It will get plenty of use on other aluminum and possible cement board siding provided it is suitable for that.
by roger
The blade is definitely sharp. The first cut was my finger nail as I tried to install the to my c...
The blade is definitely sharp. The first cut was my finger nail as I tried to install the to my cordless circular hand saw. I was able to test it out by cutting a fiberglass to size. The cut was clean thanks to the 50 teeth. There was not too much vibration as I was cutting the fiber glass. I plan on cutting some copper using the blade and I am confident that I will also have a nice clean edge. The blade is strong and should last a myriad projects.
by EM
I received the Milwaukee 6-1/2 in. x 54 Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade to review ...
I received the Milwaukee 6-1/2 in. x 54 Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade to review for free. This blade has carbide teeth and will work with a circular saw to cut specifically designed to cut nonferrous metals like aluminum, brass, copper, plastic and fiberglass. It's designed to work without a lubricant and reduce heat. It's also designed to cut burr free.
by lawnmowerman
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