|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 8.7 x 10 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||18008|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Hitachi 18008 4-Teeth Polycrystalline Diamond 7-1/4-Inch Dry Cutting Fiber Cement Saw Blade
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Hitachi 18008 Hitachi's new Fiber Cement Blade features polycrystalline diamond technology that provides more durability and a longer cutting life than other diamond or carbide tipped blades. The 7-1/4-inch polycrystalline blade is a diamond powder made from graphite, and is the only type that possess self-sharpening properties. This blade is ideal for ripping, crosscutting, and mitering in fiber cement boards and siding.
Hitachi 18008 Hitachi's new Hardie-Blade features polycrystalline diamond technology that provides more durability and a longer cutting life than other diamond or carbide tipped blades. The 7-1/4-inch polycrystalline blade is a diamond powder made from graphite, and are the only type that possess self-sharpening properties. Perfect for multi-plank cutting, this saw blade can cut up to 5 planks at once, and ensures over 1,000 cuts per blade.See all Product description
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After one afternoon of work I could see the blade was wearing out and was sparking on the cement board, indicating the carbide teeth were burning up.
When I got the Hardiblade I put it on and continued work. Noticed right away that it slings less dust and it lasts for a loooong time. I made quite a few long rips with it and it cut very easily.
Do I think these blades are worth the very high price? Nope, they can't cost that much to manufacture.
Do I regret buying it instead of trying to use carbide blades for the whole job? Nope.
It's a good blade.