6070 MK-415 Porcelain and Granite Diamond Blade
MK-415 Porcelain and Granite Diamond Blade
- The MK 415 blades are designed to achieve supreme quality cuts on porcelain an vitreous ceramic tile. They produce clean, chip-free edges and give a long service life. These blades are designed for wet cutting only.
- Supreme grade, super hi-rim blades for hard material like granite, porcelain, & vitreous tile
- These blades are made to retain their cutting edge so that they constantly deliver high performance
- Continuous rim wet blade
- 7" blade has a 5/8" Arbor 8,730 RPM .060" Kerf
- 8" blade has a 5/8" Arbor 7,640 RPM .060" Kerf
- 10" blade has a 5/8" Arbor 6,115 RPM .080" Kerf
- 12" blade has a 1" Arbor 5,095 RPM .080" Kerf
- 14" blade has a 1" Arbor 2,500 RPM .090" Kerf
|Porcelain Pavers||Not Recommended|
Questions & Answers (1)
doing a stone job need a good blade 10'' on a MK tile saw this stone is very hard to cut is this the best one on the market?
The MK-415 Porcelain and Granite Diamond Blade is the best MK Blade for cutting porcelain and granite. We do not recommend this blade for cutting soft material such as marble, or travertine
Ratings & Reviews
so far so good
by David -
I can't tell if this blade is any different than the no name premium blades out there, it sure is a lot more expensive though. And it does cut nice. It's still rather new and the last one cut nice too when new. go slow and refresh often. we'll see
I would buy this product again
by Dusty -
Took 3 days to get blade, great product.
A little pricey
if you are willing to spend a little extra money for a good quality blade then this blade is definitely the one for you. cuts through granite, marble and tile. every cut I made was clean and did all of the work
by Aaron R
Cuts through things effortlessly and worth the money.
Too much flex on long cuts
Was using 7" to rip cut 3' X 8" porcelain tiles 3/8" thick. It would start flexing to one side or the other even after using resin block frequently. Had to switch to a thicker blade. Probably be good for smaller or softer tiles. If using, cut face down to minimize chipping at edges on porcelain tiles.