16" Diamond Blade Usage
16 inch diamond blades are used for cutting everything from natural and engineered stone to ceramic and porcelain tiles. No matter what material you are cutting, there is a 16" diamond blade made for the task. However, it is important to use the right blade for the material you are cutting. Good tile blades produce a nice, clean cut on the tile and can make a difference in the project. Likewise, using a well made diamond blade on your shop saw also produces a clean, fast cut.
16" Reinforced Core Miter Blade
The 16" reinforced core miter blade is made for making 45° miter cuts. Since the core is reinforced it does not fatigue for the entire life of the blade. This 16" reinforced diamond bridge saw blade is excellent at making vertical cuts.
16" Dekton Blade for Sintered Stone
Looking for a diamond blade that will give you the best cut on Dekton materials? The 16" Dekton diamond blade is engineered for the purpose cutting sintered stone Dekton materials. Dekton, like all sintered materials is extremely hard and requires a diamond blade that can cut hard, brittle, materials. The Tenax Dekton blade does this very well.
16" Calcareous Stone (Marble) Blade
Working with natural stone that is on the softer side of the Mohs scale can lead to issues if the wrong blade is used for making the cut. Calcareous materials like marble, travertine, onyx, and limestone are all calcareous. Using the 16" marble blade for calcareous materials will reduce the issues that can occur from debris gumming up the blade as the cut is being made.
16 Inch Grey Leopard Blade for Hard Stone
The 16" Grey Leopard diamond blade is designed to cut hard stone materials like granite, quartz, and quartzite. These blades cut hard stone fast and produce clean cuts.
16" diameter diamond blades are just one size of blade that is necessary for a productive fab shop, make sure you have the right equipment and blades for every task.