I'm a tile professional and recently bought a Bosch 10" saw. I was using MK Diamond Blades on my 24" cuts and they were bending causing irregular cuts. This blade has a beefy middle eliminating bend. The only negative of the thicker middle is it limits indent cuts. Only used it on one job, so far, but it cut Italian porcelain just fine.
Solid Gold SG-10 Diamond Blade with Solid Gold Dressing Stone
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Best Porcelain Tile Blade
The Solid Gold SG-10 is a premium grade diamond blade for cutting dense porcelain, ceramic, granite, marble and stone. The blade is equipped with a reinforced core and an ultra thin diamond rim; this combination allows the Solid Gold blade to produce super fast, chip-free cuts with extreme precision. The new Solid-Core technology prevents any blade wobble or deflection and the continuous cutting rim is loaded with diamond to provide razor clean cuts each and every time.
- Super-thin kerf (0.05" thickness) for fast, precise cuts
- Solid-Core technology eliminates blade wobble and deflection
- Thicker core helps attenuate noise while cutting
- Excellent cutting performance with porcelain, ceramic tile, marble, granite, engineered stone and natural stone
- *The SG-10 Solid Gold Diamond Blade is designed for straight cuts only; clean-out cuts and tip-up cuts are not recommended.
Solid Gold Diamond Blade Specifications
|Part No.||Blade Diameter||Rim Type||Wet/Dry Cutting||Rim Height||Kerf||Maximum RPM||Arbor Size|
Solid Gold™Diamond Blade Resin Dressing Stone
- Use Solid Gold resin dressing stones to unleash your true cutting power.
- Larger size: 6-1/4" x 1-3/4" x 1-3/16".
- Abrasive resin exposes fresh diamond to revitalize cutting performance.
- Brings dull, glazed over diamond blades, core bits, and drill bits back to life.
- Diamond blades should be dressed every 40-50 cuts to maximize cutting efficiency and prolong blade life.
- Solid Gold dressing stones can be used to restore the cutting power of hole saws, core bits, grinding wheels, and other diamond products.
- Stones can also be used to smooth rough tile edges without discoloring tile.
Reasons to Dress a Diamond Blade
- The cutting efficiency of any diamond tool will diminish over time.
- Blades and core bits can easily become dirty, clogged, and glazed-over when cutting through hard porcelain and other tough materials.
- Dirty diamond blades and core bits can cause tiles to rub, bounce, burn, or chip while cutting.
- Solid Gold resin dressing stones effectively remove any glazed-over debris from the tool's diamond matrix and expose clean, sharp diamond that is ready to cut again "like-new".
How to Dress a Diamond Blade
- To dress a diamond blade, begin by making one shallow (~1/8") wet cut into a Solid Gold dressing stone.
- Slowly deepen the cut until the entire diamond rim makes contact with the resin dressing stone.
- Repeat this process once or twice to fully clean and dress your diamond blade.
- To get the most use out of your dressing stone, do not cut any deeper than the total diamond segment height (rim height) of your blade or hole saw.