|Item Weight||13.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.6 x 8.1 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||4935560|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cutting Diameter||7.25 inches|
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IRWIN Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 7-1/4", 68T, 4935560
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- Laser cut blade
- Anti-vibration vents prevent wobble for straighter, truer cuts
- Metal cutting grade carbide teeth stay sharp for long-lasting durability
- Anti-kickback tooth shoulder for safer cutting
- Ideal for cutting thin steel
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The IRWIN Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade features laser cut anti-vibration vents for straighter, truer cutting. Constructed with metal-cutting grade carbide teeth for durability, it has anti-kickback tooth shoulders for improved safety, and is ideal for cutting thin metal.
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The Irwin Industrial Tools 4935560 7-1/4-Inch 68-Tooth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade for Thin Steel is designed for all of your high gauge metal cutting needs. The durable metal cutting carbide tips are designed for a smooth and fast cut. These blades are designed to reduce wear, withstand impacts and provide longer life. The blade is stabilized for smooth and accurate cuts and it's anti kickback design reduces dust and sparks for a safer cut. This blade is ideal for the professional who is looking for a blade to provide them with their metal cutting needs.
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I needed to cut....
8x - 4x8 1/4 inch sheets of hardibacker
10x - 3x5 1/4 inch sheets of hardibacker
5x - 3x5 1/2 inch sheets of hardibacker.
All boards required cutting and this one blade cut them all with ease. Even after all that cutting it cut just as smooth and clean as the first cut. See picture...lots of cuts needed. Wear glasses and dust mask this stuff is bad for your lungs
I had a location where I needed a quarter inch backer board, so I bought the Hardy brand. It is basically Portland cement with some kind of wood fibers mixed in. It is very hard to manually cut. It destroys ordinary hand/power tools. Forget about trying to score it with a standard box cutter knife. You need to use carbide blades for scoring it. Even then it does not break very cleanly like Wonder board. Jig saw blades were destroyed after just a few inches of cutting. Using a carbide, or diamond coated jig saw blade worked better, but you have to let them cool down every few inches. So what to use? I saw this blade was highly rated on amazon and decided to take a gamble, given its cost.
This Irwin blade mounted on an older circular saw went through the Hardy board like a hot knife through butter. I attribute this to the four diamond tips. These other tips are just there to help clear the cuttings out of the way. Warning this blade will produce a lot of silica dust, so use it outside and wear a dust mask. Otherwise it beat everything else I tried.
I had to precision cut out a built-in cabinet opening, so I thought I would use a carbide router straight bit with a ball bearing on the end as a guide. After just a few inches, the Hardy board heated the router tip up to the point that it was glowing orange and throwing hot metal! So I learned to do a few inches, then squirt water on the tip and backer board to cool things down. This Irwin blade just cuts the Hardy without having to be babied.