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Model #HD-CJ70P

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7 in. Premium Tile Diamond Blade

  • Ideal for cutting porcelain, ceramic, marble, and granite tile
  • Continuous rim design for chip-free cutting
  • Works with 7 in. wet tile saws
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Product Overview

RIDGID Premium Tile Diamond Blades are manufactured with the contractor in mind. These blades are engineered for maximum cutting performance and 4x longer life than standard abrasive blades. The Continuous rim design provides fast, clean, and accurate cuts on porcelain tile, ceramic tile, marble, and granite. Use this blade on 7 in. wet tile saws with 5/8 in. arbor.
  • California residents
  • Professional-grade quality
  • Engineered for wet cutting of porcelain tile, ceramic tile, marble, and granite
  • Continuous rim design with laser cut slots is formulated with high-grade diamond and a unique bond matrix to provide smooth chip-free cutting
  • For use on 7 in. tile saws
  • 5/8 in. arbor
  • MAX RPM 8,730
  • Highest performance, cutting speed, and 4x longer life than standard abrasive blades

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter
7
Diameter (in.)
7 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
7
Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Gold
Ideally Used With
Tile Saws
Material Cut
Tile (wet or dry)
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Rim Type
Continuous
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade

Questions & Answers

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Can this blade be used to cut glass tiles?

Asked by Lori September 16, 2015
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Lori, Blade manufacturers and marketers like to pretend there is some mystical blade needed to cut glass tile, so they market a blade in their product line which they declare is for glass. My advice is to try whatever blade you have before investing in a special "glass blade" - which always sell at a premium price.

I have a new Ridgid 7" tile saw. 24"+ cuts are not straight. Will this blade correct that? Or is ...

Asked by Eric February 21, 2019
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I think most of your problem is the inferiority of the 7" Rigid Tile Saw.

The 7 inch Ridgid Diamond Edge tile blade that came with my Ridgid tile saw cuts ceramic tile ok ...

Asked by USNSnipe April 28, 2018
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Yes. I can cut 1/8 inch wide pieces out of tile without chipping. The secret are the relieve slots in the blade.

Can I use this to cut cement tiles? (5/8" thick)

Asked by Erin August 24, 2018
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If your saw will accept the tile it should work.

Half way through my tile project I noticed several tiny nicks throughout the cut edge. Now it wil...

Asked by Lilly September 14, 2017
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Check the arbor on your saw, it could have runout. My blade did not last long on porcelain tile and started chipping before I could finish one job.

I need to enlarge a granite hole for a countertop range by an inch for both length and width. Ca...

Asked by Tom January 14, 2018
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Yes, but I wouldn't use it dry. Blade heats up too quickly and becomes softer and bendy.

What is the difference between this blade, and the less expensive (around $29) Ridgid diamond bla...

Asked by cturne March 16, 2018
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These two blades are formulated differently. The Ridgid 7in Premium Tile Diamond Blade #HD-CJ70P is best for cutting porcelain tile blades using a wet tile saw. On the other hand, the less expensive Ridgid 7in Continuous Rim Blade #HD-CT70CP can be used dry on a grinder or circular saw. The premium tile blade produces cleaner, smoother cuts compared to the other blade.

Could I uses this in an angle grinder. If no why not. I can’t afford a wet saw.

Asked by Treydog February 11, 2019
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No it is a wet saw blade. It will warp. They make blades for angle grinders that will cut granite and marble even. Slow and steady is the answer to practically perfect cuts.

CAN THIS BE USED ON BRICK?

Asked by ANDREW November 21, 2017
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I guess you could, but I would choose the DeWalt Turbo blade for that application.

How long will this blade last?

Asked by Me August 9, 2018
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Mine did not last long cutting porcelain tile in a wet saw.

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Best blade for our purpose.
One blade was able to cut 600 slate roofing tiles into over 6,000 3"x 3" and 4"x 4" squares. Slate is fairly soft. That said, this blade lasted more than twice as long as any of the assortment of others blades we have used.
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NOT for use with porcelain tile!!
NOT for use with porcelain tile as stated. Bought 2 of these blades about 3 weeks ago. First time tiling a bathroom, so I chose the most expensive one knowing that mistakes will be made, need to have a really good blade. This one specified porcelain tile
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Response from RIDGID Diamond BladesMay 26, 2020
Dear Valued Customer, we are sorry to hear that you had trouble with your blade. The good news is that we stand behind our products and we are here to help! We would like to discuss the situation you have encountered and assist you with a solution. Please feel free to give us a call at our RIDGID customer support number at (877) 224-2969 so that we can help. RidgidDiamondBlades
I am installing basalt limestone and stackstone around fireplace from floor to ceiling. So far th...
I am installing basalt limestone and stackstone around fireplace from floor to ceiling. So far this blade is cutting through both with no chips like butter. I've only made about 40 cuts but so far so good.
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Not for Glazed Porcelain
Chipped the edge of the cut on all 3 test pieces of glazed porcelain 12x24 tile.
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Got the job done. Cuts nice minimal chipping.
Got the job done. Cuts nice minimal chipping.
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I was given a tile saw but I bought a new blade. I was cutting 1 inch tile to cover the rusty top...
I was given a tile saw but I bought a new blade. I was cutting 1 inch tile to cover the rusty top of a fire pit and the cuts came out perfect!!
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Worked wonders forgot how a tile saw really supposed to cut until this went on
Worked wonders forgot how a tile saw really supposed to cut until this went on
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I bought this more expensive blade to cut 12" porcelain tiles. It worked pretty well at first, b...
I bought this more expensive blade to cut 12" porcelain tiles. It worked pretty well at first, but by the time I had cut 14 pieces of tile, the blade was done. I expected to be able to cut much more given the price of the blade.
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A Great Blade For The Tile Saw
I picked up a tile saw a few years ago and the blade that came on the saw has gone through a number of jobs but it was always a struggle trying to get clean cuts. I decided to get a new blade after trying to do some modified bullnose cuts and I wasn't getting a clean cut. I put this premium blade on the saw and started cutting my 18" X 2" bullnose tile and every single cut was smooth and I didn't have to fight to keep the cut straight. A pleasure to actually cut tile. Not something that I will say very often.
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I have a pretty good tile saw but it was starting to break tiles and chip a lot of the edges so I thought I would replace the blade. This blade has it working like new again and completely eliminated the chipping. Not a single broken tile as well. The quality of the blade seems really good. I will use it for a while and see how it lasts. Now back to finish the bathroom tiling. Its a pretty good blade, I would purchase this blade again.
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