|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 13.6 x 0.3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||4935624|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cutting Diameter||10 inches|
|Assembled Diameter||10 inches|
IRWIN Tools Fiber Cement PCD Circular Saw Blade, 10-Inch, 6T (4935624)
|Price:||$68.98 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Polycrystalline diamond-tipped teeth will last up to 15X longer than standard carbide fiber cement blades.
- Thin kerf blade produces less dust than continuous rim blades.
- Ground and hardened plate body provides smooth and accurate cuts.
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The thin-kerf design cuts down on dust production, and the diamond-tipped teeth offer extended blade life. View larger.
Ground, Hardened Body for Smooth, Accurate Cuts
In order to perform well, a saw blade needs to start out flat and stay true throughout its life. Irwin Marathon blades, like this 10-inch fiber cement blade, feature well-balanced bodies that are laser cut then ground and hardened to help you achieve cuts that are smooth and accurate. This leads to more efficient work flow and cleaner, more precise end products.
Polycrystalline Diamond-Tipped Teeth for Durability
Overall performance often comes down to the configuration and dependability of a blade's teeth, and this long-lasting Polycrystalline Diamond Fiber Cement Blade is no exception. A low tooth count and large gullets are suited to the specific demands of working with fiber cement products. Moreover, polycrystalline diamond (PCD) tips provide extended tooth life, allowing this Marathon blade to last up to 15 times longer than a standard carbide fiber cement blade.
In addition to offering overall precision, the blade's laser-cut body also allows for a stronger tooth bond, which improves durability. This blade can handle cutting up to 9,000 feet of fiber cement before it needs to be replaced, which means less downtime for blade changes. And it can cut up to five stacks of fiber cement at a time.
Reduced Dust Production for Improved Safety
The 10-Inch PCD Fiber Cement Blade's notched design allows it to produce less dust than a similar continuous-rim blade. Coupled with the blade's thin-kerf, six-tooth configuration and its PCD tips--which also contribute to its reduced dust production--this notched design helps keep your work site cleaner and safer.
What's in the Box
Irwin Marathon 935624 10-Inch Polycrystalline Diamond Fiber Cement Circular Saw Blade.
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Top Customer Reviews
Cutting was smooth and consistent with minimal vibration. It made the job quick and easy. Highly recommended.
I finally decided to stop compromising with a combination blade in my table saw. This thin kerf rip blade requires noticeably less power to rip thick hardwood stock. There is no burning and the sawn edge is smooth enough to go straight to glue-up.
UPDATE: NO Crow for me. Sadly, it looks like i was right. This blade is not going to make it. I already ordered a new makita. Just two weeks into it and it is already noisier and cutting slower and with more sparks than the makita ever did. I will keep the Irwin as a back up blade but i hope i never have to use it again. It leaves a huge burr on the workpiece that must be sanded off with the belt sander. Not acceptable at all. This blade might be ok if you are a hobbyist, but for a production shop like mine.. no way. I don't need extra steps added to my schedule. and that large burr is an extra step. Not to mention the horrendous noise, far more than the makita, and when you can get the makita for 99 bucks and free shipping the small savings on the irwin simply does not make any sense, and the makita will outlast this Irwin two to one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Goes through .120 wall DOM mild steel tubing like butter. Had to find a saw that spun at less than 3600RPM, but once I did, doing automotive frame fabrication became much easier... Read morePublished 1 day ago by NorthTxRaider
So far so good I have only used it may be a couple of dozen times but it really does cut metal barn siding very well much better than than a standard carbide bladePublished 9 days ago by Arvel Osborne
Cuts Hardie siding with ease. Blade label usually faces out, but this one the label faces in, the rotation arrow is counter clockwise. Read morePublished 10 days ago by MHPL
fast delivery, works as promised for cutting metal roofing easily and fast!Published 11 days ago by C. Neil
This blade cits the same as other metl cutting blades. Worked for the job I did.Published 15 days ago by Ashley Mckay