7" Diamond Blade Usage
7" diamond blades are like many other blades of a specific size, they have several specialized uses. Knowing which 7" blade to select involves being aware of what each blade's strong suits are.
Turbo 7" Blades
Is it really necessary for 7" turbo blades to be used in the shop? Well, you can to use something else, but you might not get the advantages that come along with the "turbo" feature of a 7" turbo blade. Turbo blades are designed for speed. These aggressive blades have an edge that makes quick work of stone shaping tasks.
Working and cutting ceramics can be challenging enough. Don't make it harder by using the wrong type of 7" blade. Granted, there are a number of blades that will cut ceramics and porcelain. But 7" ceramica blades are designed for cutting brittle materials and will make cleaner cuts. Additionally, they will offer better results in the long run.
Multi-material Blades in 7" Size
Natural stone blades are available in various types and knowing which ones to select will yield good results. We offer a 7" granite blade that is designed for use on more than one material. The materials on which these blades may be used includes:
- Engineered Stone
Premium 7" Turbo Blades
7" premium granite turbo 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 7" blade that is made for only that purpose, then the premium quad turbo blade is one to look at.
Side Cut 7" Blades
7" side cut blades are diamond blades featuring large swaths of diamonds that run down the dies of the blade. These "side diamonds" perform a very practical task during the cut. As the blade loves through the kerf, the side diamonds smooth out the edge of the stone. This translates into a clean, fast cut. 7" side cut diamond blades are practical and effective for this reason.