The AX SAWZALL Blades have been engineered with Milwaukee NAIL GUARD technology to deliver you 2X faster cuts, up to 5X longer life and greatest tooth durability of any wood demolition blades on the market. Our innovative FANG TIP bites into wood on first contact for the quickest plunge cuts into both wood and nail-embedded wood for increased versatility. With a thicker, more rigid blade body, these SAWZALL'S resist fracturing and bending to maximize durability in the toughest applications. The wood cutting blade has a 1 in. tall blade body that reduces blade twisting for straighter, more accurate cuts.
5 TPI for fast aggressive cuts
Nail guard protects teeth from fractures
Fang tip bites into the wood on first contact for plunge cuts
Thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability
A: Our Pruning SAWZALL® Blades are compatible to for use with all reciprocating saws. - Social Team
by|May 10, 2023
Q:Home Depot description says "Carbide teeth for 50X life over standard blades". BUT, even the Milwaukee website says the blades are "Matrix II bi-metal teeth for greater durability." WHICH IS IT! Are these 5026 recip saw blades carbide or bi-metal?!?
by|Apr 24, 2023
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A: Hello John - These blades are bi-metal blades. - Social Team
by|Apr 25, 2023
Q:What is the Milwaukee part number on this blade, so I can find it in my local market. My local Home Depot does not carry this blade.
by|Mar 16, 2023
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A: Hi Charlie - the Milwaukee Model # is 48-00-1640.
by|Mar 17, 2023
Q:Can this blade be used to cut a 7 inch diameter hole through 4 inch concrete.
I was planning to mark the 7 inch hole circumference. Then, drill a few 1/2 inch holes along this 7 inch circle as a starter hole for the reciprocal saw.
by|Feb 27, 2023
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Apr 19, 2023
Just a tab expensive
Apr 12, 2023
Well made blade for demolition
Great blade for getting scrap metals neatly cut
Sep 13, 2022
Good quality and works as advertise
I have cut several cast iron pipes and the blade cut it smoothly, it took me like 2 minutes to cut each pipe.
Jun 2, 2021
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May 21, 2021
I needed these to cut some ABS sewer pipe I was installing. These fit my Sawzall and worked great...
I needed these to cut some ABS sewer pipe I was installing. These fit my Sawzall and worked great to get through the ABS. These do leave a little bit of a burr on the pipe so I was sure to file them off. Overall, I am happy with these blades. The are easy to use and cut through ABS pipe easily.
Jan 9, 2021
I am a commercial HVAC tech and use these to...
I am a commercial HVAC tech and use these to cut through thick shafts on blower wheel assemblies and they work great! Love anything Milwaukee makes!
Dec 13, 2020
Milwaukee....4 in 10 Teeth per in Multi Material Cutting Saw Blade. This is a great Reciprocatin...
Milwaukee....4 in 10 Teeth per in Multi Material Cutting Saw Blade. This is a great Reciprocating Saw blade for a Hackzall or a Sawzall. I like the shortness of the blade it makes it very easy to get into tight places. The blade is made of steel and the shortness of the blade keeps it from flexing or bending. I shortened the 4 legs on 3 bar stools made of poplar and had no problem cutting them. there are a variety of blades available depending on what you are going to cut. this is a great blade
May 5, 2020
The blade was way over priced. I used it for about an hour in older style sheet rock wall. One si...
The blade was way over priced. I used it for about an hour in older style sheet rock wall.
One side of the blade worn done totally on one side. I did not see a benefit to this blade, in sheet rock, as opposed to experimenting with other blades and/or manufacturers.
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Aug 27, 2019
This is a fantastic price for a 10-blade pack of 9 inch demo blades. Sawzalls make quick work of...
This is a fantastic price for a 10-blade pack of 9 inch demo blades. Sawzalls make quick work of demolition or remodeling, where it is easy to slip the thin blade between the stud and plate to cut the nails and remove the stud. These work great for cutting metal screws, bolts and lumber, as well as metal and plastic pipes, wires, conduits, anchors, unistrut and lumber hangers. They seem to be super-hardened, so they last a long time before the teeth get worn down. The other problem that I often encounter is the blades getting bent. Since these are an inch wide, they hold their shape better, and allow bending back straight more often without snapping off.
The 9-inch long blade also means cutting completely through a 2x6 wall, including the finish material, all from one side. Demo work is hard on tools, and these take a lot of abuse before wearing out.
The Milwaukee Metal cutting blade called “The Torch” could replace a grinder or acetylene torch f...
The Milwaukee Metal cutting blade called “The Torch” could replace a grinder or acetylene torch for some specific cuts on mild steel. I decided to try “The Torch” blade instead of a grinder preparing a 4x4, ¼ inch thick sq. tube for a rocket stove. I made 3 cuts, 2 cuts along the edge of the tube and 1 cut across the tube. The saw blade tracked well, straight along the edges and straight across the top. I’ve attached pictures to tell that story.
“The Torch” blade I used was 9 inches in length and had 14 TPI. I detected essentially no wear with only 3 cuts. At ~$3 dollars a blade, these seem like a great value. I used 10-30w oil while making my cuts for lubrication and heat reduction. For projects like this, I have always used a grinder before with lots of sparks and noise. My normal set up for grinding work is outside the garage. This time, using “The Torch” I was inside the garage and only had metal cuttings to clean up. As blade technology improves so do our options. I would recommend “The Torch”, the Milwaukee metal cutting blade.