6" Diamond Blade Usage
Fabrication shops would find it somewhat challenging to get by without using at least a few 6" diamond blades to get the work done. 6" blades are used for numerous tasks and come in a variety of styles and colors. Let's look at some of the specific 6" blades you will find.
6" Bowl Cutting Blades
Cutting sink holes and bowls is a common chore in coutnertop fabrication and installation work. Having a 6" bowl cutting blade, also called a 6" contour blade makes this work easier. Using a blade that has a curved body like these blades means you can work around curved edges.
Turbo 6" Blades
Is it really necessary for one to use a 6" turbo blade in the shop? Well, you might be able to used something else, but you might not get the advantages that come along with the "turbo" feature of a 6" turbo blade. Turbo blades are designed for speed. These aggressive blades have an edge that makes quick work of stone shaping task.
Working and cutting porcelain can be challenging enough. Don't make it harder by using the wrong type of 6" blade. Granted, there are a number of blades that will cut porcelain. But 6" porcelain blades are designed for cutting brittle materials and will make cleaner cuts and will offer better results in the long run.
6" Quartzite Blades
Quartzite is a natural stone that is very hard. In fact, it is harder than grnaite in many cases. Using a 6" quartzite turbo blade for working quartzite will make your life easy (well, as easy as it can be when it comes to quartzite). A 6" turbo blade for quartzite will work the best because these blades are made for extremely hard natural stone like like quartzite and sandstone.
Granite Blades in 6" Size
Natural stone blades are available in various types and knowing which ones to select will yield good results. We offer a number of granite turbo blades in the 6" size. Everyhting from side cut turbo blades to contour blades. Here are a few specific ones.
6" Economy Granite Blades
Some shops need the ability to use one blade on a number of materials and have the blade do a good job on all of them. This translates into not only versatility, but also efficiancy. The 6" economy blades offer the ability to get good results from a granite blade that is priced nicely.
Premium 6" Granite Blades
6" premium granite trubo blades are among the blade types you can find here. Not all blades are designed for cutting granite as well as these blades are. If you are only cutting granite and quartz, and you want a 6" blade is made for only that, then the premium quad turbo blade is one to look at.
6" Continuous Rim Blades
Continuous rim blades could be also called "low impact" blades because they are always in contact with the material they are cutting. 6" continuous rim blades are especially effective when used on glass and ceramic materials.