Any dewalt product is definietly worth your money, you can cut all types of tile with this blade, porcelain, ceramic. I would say this blade is worth your money
6073 Dewalt DW4764 10" XP4 Wet Porcelain Diamond Blade
- Product code: 6073
- Manufacturer: Dewalt
- MPN: DW4764
Dewalt DW4764 10" XP4 Wet Porcelain Diamond Blade
- Performance blade recommended for porcelain & granite
- 0.060 core thickness - Thicker core means less flexing
- 10" diameter, standard 5/8" arbor.
- Continuous rim for smooth cuts
- Wet cutting only
- Optimized cutting matrix height for maximum diamond exposure
- High diamond concentration for faster cut rate
- High quality steel core for reduced vibration
- High diamond quality for longer life
- Blade core is tensioned to resist wobble and vibration
- Premium XP4 cutting matrix provides up to 4 times the life of other standard blades
- Continuous rim design provides chip free cutting through all types of tile
- Designed specifically for high power tile saws for quick, low-heat straight cutting
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
Good clean cuts
I am an experienced DIYer and have laid a lot of tile, but cutting them with a 10" wet saw is a new experience for me, so I have little frame of reference. The blade arrived quickly and ran true on my new Harbor Freight #69275 tile saw. Cutting slowly and carefully, the blade cut cleanly with no chipping. After making perhaps 100 cuts in 12x24 Chinese-made ceramic tiles, I did notice some chipping. Taking advice from another reviewer, I found a cement landscape stone and made a long deep cut in it to "sharpen" the diamonds and expose new cutting edges. This did help in that the chipping was still there, but the chips were much smaller and more consistent. They certainly will not show on the floor from eye level once they are laid and grouted, but they are there. I have repeated the landscape stone cut several times - whenever I notice the chips getting large and uneven. I have noticed that it takes longer/or more force to cut now than it was new. I am not sure how to tell when it is worn out, but I expect it is about half used up after perhaps 500 cuts (I am tiling a stairway and found that scoring and snapping the tiles is not accurate enough for a consistent grout line on all 4 sides, thus the excess amount of cutting....) Are there better blades out there? Possibly, but for $48.50 delivered, this blade seems like a decent value. I will probably try a different brand when this one wears out just to broaden my experience.
The price was right and it arrived promptly. I recommend running some scrap pieces through the blade 5 to 10 times before cutting the good pieces to knock off the high spots. There is some chipping along the cut so some dressing down is necessary if the cut will be exposed. Blade cuts fast and smooth. I am using it on 12 X 24 dark porcelain tile and the cutting speed/resistance is very smooth.
Got one of these as a package deal when I bought the dewalt saw . Probably not as good as a high end blade but its pretty close. Cuts fast and clean with minimal chipping. Last long and great for the price.
cuts great through granite
So far the blade has cut more tile than the original blade that came with my saw. I'm still seeing how long the blade will last, but for now it seems worth the cost.
I wore out my last blade cutting porcelain for kitchen and bath remodeling jobs. This blade works great and is a lot less expensive from Contractors Direct than going to the big box store or even Amazon. Sometimes the tile chips on the right side at the very end of the cut unless you are very very careful which is the reason gave the rating to four stars instead of five.
Long lasting blade for porcelain and granite. No signs of warping after hundreds of cuts. Use a dressing stone from time to time for faster cuts and longer lasting blade.