Tile Cutting Diamond Blades

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5 Item(s)

  • MWI Gold Rush Turbo Diamond Blade

    Master Wholesale Gold Rush Turbo Rim Blade

    $19.00 to $39.00
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    The MWI Gold Rush Turbo Diamond Blade is designed with a special diamond matrix for cutting stone quickly with no chipping. Thicker core to prevent wobbling during cutting. (4, 4.5, 5, & 7" available)
  • MWI Economy Turbo Rim Diamond Blade

    Master Wholesale Economy Turbo Diamond Blade

    $7.00 to $10.00
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    The MWI Economy Turbo Rim Diamond Blade is a great little blade for the money and will cut concrete, stone, and backerboard. (Wet or dry)
  • Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade

    Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade

    $14.85 to $15.98
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    The Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade is a great price to performance blade for dry cutting granite and is the best economical blade in it's class. (4.5, and 5" blades available)
  • MWI Multipurpose Turbo Diamond Blade - 4, 4.5, 5, & 7" available

    Master Wholesale Multi-Purpose Turbo Diamond Blade

    $6.30 to $18.19
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    This Multipurpose Turbo Blade is a high performance, yet economical diamond blade that excels at cutting a variety of hard and soft natural stone, tile and concrete. (4, 4.5, 5, & 7" available)
  • 5" Pearl Abrasive P4 General Purpose Flat Core Turbo Saw Blade

    Pearl Abrasive P4 General Purpose Flat Core Turbo Blade - 5"

    $64.86
    Shipping: Free
    The 5" Pearl Abrasive P4 General Purpose Flat Core Turbo Blade is a large 12mm rim turbo blade for concrete, masonry and natural stone.

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Tile cutting blades, and any blade designed to cut porcelain or ceramic tile, are most often continuous rim diamond cutting blades. Some blade designs are segmented, and should be of the highest possible quality to avoid chipping, and most tile saw blades are diamond coated. Thinner blades cut tiles faster, wider blades are less prone to bending, and softer metal rims are generally used for cutting harder material. Hard metal rimmed blades are designed to cut through soft material.