Cuts through a variety of materials . . . Fairly Fast.

Diamond Glitter Reciprocating Saw Blades

$100.00$120.00

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Brazed Diamond Glitter Technology ~

  • 3 Lengths: 4″, 6″, 12″
  • 7/8″ Blade Height x .062 Blade Width (1/8″ Wide with the Diamond Brazing)

Cuts through:

Limestone, Hollow Block & Cinder Block, Brick, Mortar, Dinosaur Bones, Dental Molds, etc

Brazed Diamond Glitter Technology

  • 200% plus longer life vs. an Electro-Plated and/or Carbide Grit Blade
  • Uses the same Brazing Technology used on our very successful router bits (Glitter Bits, see here).
  • Diamond brazing is applied to a Heavy Gauge Metal Blade
    • Standard reciprocating blades use .062 metal
    • ICS Glitter Blades are significantly thicker, at: .035
    • The very strong and durable blade helps to prevent premature or accidental breakage, snapping or bending that typically occurs when using standard reciprocating blades – even when cutting through wood.

Product Details

Cutting Speeds:

  • Sandstone: 1″ x 4″ thick, 1 Minute
  • Residential Brick: 2-5/8″ x 3-1/2″ thick, 3 Minutes
  • Solid Block: 3-5/8″ x 8″ thick, 10 Minutes
  • Hollow Block: 1-3/16 x 8″ thick, 8 Minutes
  • Lime Stone: 2-1/4″ x 10″ thick, 7 Minutes
  • Sand Stone: 1″ Thick x 8″ Length, 2 Minutes

Applications, Limitations, Expectations:

  • Masonry & Concrete Cutting
    Window and Door Openings:

    • Excellent for cutting the 90° inside corner on brick and block
    • Not solid concrete
      • The diamond brazing is fine, it’s the slow speed of the reciprocating saw
      • The blade will cut through hard concrete however, because of the slow cutting speed of the saw it will take too long to cut through solid concrete
  • Directions:
    • Make the majority of your cuts with a circular diamond blade
    • Finish your right angles with the 12″ Diamond Reciprocating Blade
  • Durability:
    (6) cut-outs were made on 32″ x 16″ window openings without any noticeable wear to the blade.
  • Limitations:
    • No Plunge Cutting: Start on an open-edge or with a pre-drilled hole
    • Open End: The blade must be free-cutting / avoid the blade’s tip from hitting a solid surface.