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Choosing Sintered Material Turbo Blades

Diamond turbo blades for sintered materials come in various types depending on the type of sintered material. Sintered materials are very hard. Choosing the right kind of turbo blade makes a difference in the results achieved. You can check out specific turbo blades, or read about the different sintered material types toward the bottom of this page.

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Ceramic Turbo Blade 4" Ceramic Turbo Blade

4 inch ceramic trubo blade with a mesh design and a thin kerf that is made for cutting porcelain and ceramic material cleanly.

List Price: $27.54
5" Ceramica Mesh Blade 5" Ceramica Mesh Blade

Thin kerf 5 inch ceramica blade with a mesh design that is made for cutting ceramic tile & porcelain cleanly.

List Price: $32.90
6" Diamond Porcelain Blade 6" Diamond Porcelain Blade

6 inch diamond porcelain blade with mesh design and thin kerf that is made for cutting porcelain and ceramic material cleanly.

List Price: $42.13
7 Inch Diamond Tile Saw Blade Called Ceramica Mesh 7" Diamond Tile Saw Blade

Thin kerf 7 inch diamond tile saw blade with a ceramica mesh design made for cutting ceramic tile & porcelain cleanly.

List Price: $46.34
   
 
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Sintered Material Turbo Blades

Turbo Blades for Sintered Materials

Sintered materials are a popular choice for several applications. Indoor and outdoor uses for this intriguing and versatile material mean having the right blades to work with them. Turbo blades for sintered materials are a must have for professionals that work with any number of brands. There is more than one material in the "sintered" realm.

Sintered Stone

The first sintered material that we will talk about here is the one that gives you a hint in its name; sintered stone. Sintered stone is a term that is used to describe a classification of materials that really don't fit into any other group. They aren't natural stone and they aren't porcelain or ceramic either. Some brands of sintered stone include:

  • Dekton
  • Lapitec
  • Neolith
  • GEOLUXE

Ceramica mesh blades are designed to cut sintered stone materials that can be temperamental if the proper tooling is not used.

Ceramic & Porcelain

The other group that we will mention here is ceramic tile and porcelain countertops. These materials have been around for a long time but they are also sintered and require the correct kind of turbo blade to cut them as well. Because of the way the ceramica blades are designed they work on these sintered materials as well.