Gemking Lapidary Saw Blades with Ultra-Thin Notched Rim for Wet Cutting of Hard Materials such as Agate, Petrified Wood or Jade


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Sale price$49.03 USD

Description

Gemking Lapidary Saw Blades provide superior cutting performance in hard materials such as agate, petrified wood or jade. They can also be used for precise cuts on gemstones, quartz, geodes, jasper and more. Redesigned with a higher diamond concentration and high carbon steel core (they cut straighter for longer), Gemking Lapidary Blades feature a notched diamond rim that provides improved cutting performance and coolant flow.

  • Premium lapidary blades for cutting rare and valuable materials.
  • Ultra-thin notched rim design for improved cutting performance and coolant flow.
  • Use with water for cutting glass and softer, porous materials.
  • Use cutting oil (rockhound oil) when cutting dense, harder materials.
  • Not for dry use.
  • Made in USA.

Comparable to MK-301 lapidary blades.

Limited Lifetime Warranty

All diamond tool products including blades, coring bits, hole saws and grinding wheels include a limited lifetime warranty against warping, cracking and material defects. If any diamond tool (being used for its intended purpose with at least 50% of the diamond life remaining) fails to cut or work properly, or if the bond between the diamond segment and the steel core becomes separated at any time, the tool may be replaced free of charge.

Use the table below as safe speed guidelines for your diamond blade.
Blade Diameter Rec. RPM Max. RPM
4" 9,000 15,200
4-1/2" 8,000 13,500
5" 7,200 12,200
6" 6,500 11,090
7" 5,100 8,730
8" 4,500 7,640
9" 4,000 6,700
10" 3,600 6,115
12" 3,000 5,095
12" High Speed N/A 6,300
14" 2,500 4,364
14" High Speed N/A 5,460
16" 2,200 3,800
16" High Speed N/A 4,724
18" 2,000 3,300
20" 1,800 3,000
24" 1,500 2,550
26" 1,300 2,350
28" 1,200 2,185
30" 1,200 2,040
32" 1,100 1,910
36" 1,000 1,700
42" 800 1,455
48" 700 1,275
*Recommended RPM based on 9,500 SFPM.

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