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Ceramic Cutting Saw Blades
ADW iKon Ceramic Ultra Compact Surface Bridge Saw Blade
1A1R EDGE Blade for ceramic miter cuts on table saws – Distar
Montolit XAMURAY Continuous rim diamond tile blade
Montolit DNA Sector SCX Blade for Wet Saw – Montolit
Ceramic blade for saws with no-variable speed “LP40F” – Diatex
STONEGLASS bridge saw blades LK39E – Diatex
Multi-blade ceramic cutting machine blades – Diatex
High-speed reinforced ceramic cutting blade “Faster PRO” Ø400 – Diatex
Diatex Tile-Saw Ceramic Blades
High-speed ceramic cutting blade “Faster” – Diatex
Sharpening bar for blades
Diatex FORTYFIVE” 45° silent-core bridge saw blades for Laminam or Neolith
Diatex “MITERcut” 45° bridge saw blade for ceramics
Lapitec bridge saw blades “LAPIcut” – Diatex
“GREScut” Ceramic Cutting bridge saw blades for Laminam, Neolith, and Porcelain – Diatex
Diatex “DEKcut” bridge saw blades for cutting Dekton
Diamond Bridge Saw blades for cutting Ceramic, Porcelain, Sintered and Ultra-compact surfaces
High-quality diamond blades for cutting ceramic slabs and large-format tiles and pieces.
We offer made-in-Italy Diatex Blades designed for cutting ceramic slabs, porcelain, and ultra-compact surfaces.
While quartz (blades for quartz) remains the most popular hard surface for kitchens, porcelains have been gaining market share, especially as an increasing number of fabricators are successfully getting to grips with processing the large format slabs used for kitchen worktops.
Porcelain surfaces are sometimes described as ceramic, sintered, compact or ultra-compact materials. They blend ceramic clays, mineral colorings and natural materials by compressing them,(sintering and thats because sintered materials) and then firing them.
Laminam (porcelain), Dekton, Lapitec, Neolith, and similar ceramic-based slabs (Large ceramic slabs) are made in sizes larger than 3 meters, and thanks to their considerable wear resistance, they are now the most upscale material for making kitchen tops and fronts. They are gaining in popularity as solid surfaces, facades, siding, and flooring, but are notoriously difficult to cut.
The production process used to manufacture these materials is known as sintering, a special procedure that transforms the raw materials on a molecular level. Sintering consists of heat-treating pulverized mixtures of inert materials compacted at high pressure. It causes the powder granules to fuse together, thus eliminating porosity and increasing the density of the components, creating a highly resistant material.
Choose the right blade, for quicker, cheaper, and more precise cutting.
The definitive guide to choosing ceramic cutting blades for bridge saws, tile saws, and cutting machines
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