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Cutting Firebrick

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  • Cutting Firebrick

    I have a question I was wondering if anyone has ever used a table saw with a diamond blade to cut the firebrick?

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    Re: Cutting Firebrick

    Thats what they are made for. Diamond blades along with water so that the blade lasts longer.


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      Re: Cutting Firebrick

      I've cut a few that way, but would not do it again. Even with a dust removal system, it was a mess. Granted a wet saw isn't exactly clean, but at least it keeps the residue contained.