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  • Harbor Frieght Saw

    It seems the Harbor Frieght Tile saw is the saw of choice, my question is what type of blade are you using with it to cut brick?

    thanks

    Rich

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    Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

    I bought the 10 inch blade from harbor freight also...cuts very well
    Best
    Dutch
    "Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity. " Charles Mingus
    "Build at least two brick ovens...one to make all the mistakes on and the other to be just like you dreamed of!" Dutch

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      Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

      I splurged and bought a $79 Bosch diamond blade from Home Depot.
      10 In. Segmented Premium Diamond Blade - DB1041C at The Home Depot

      Works great, I probably haven't worn more than a few millimeters off of it. Probably overkill if you're only going to use it for this project.
      Ken H. - Kentucky
      42" Pompeii

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      • #4
        Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

        Originally posted by Ken524 View Post
        I splurged and bought a $79 Bosch diamond blade from Home Depot.
        10 In. Segmented Premium Diamond Blade - DB1041C at The Home Depot

        Works great, I probably haven't worn more than a few millimeters off of it. Probably overkill if you're only going to use it for this project.
        Where ya been man?

        I've been waiting for fire pics........I want to see that dome glow!!!


        dave
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        • #5
          Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

          I bought the 10" $30.00 diamond blade. I am starting my third this weekend. But cuts like a charm.
          Jim

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          • #6
            Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

            I also bought the $30 blade from harbor freight. I've probably made over 300 cuts and still works as good as new. And it's an uninterupted model (no teeth), so it looks harmless. Been fortunate enough so far as to not find out for sure though.

            dusty

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            • #7
              Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

              HF w/ $30 blade, still boxed and ready.
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              • #8
                Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

                I also used the 10" Harbor Freight blade. I've got piles of little brick shards lying around so I'm guessing I made about 300 cuts with this one.

                Just a note. Make sure to keep the bars/rails that the table rolls on clean of debris. I wasn't paying attention to this and bits of cut brick on the rails cause the table to wobble or tilt a little as you feed your bricks into the saw. It causes inaccuracy in your cuts and the blade may actually bind up in the middle of a brick.
                George
                GJBingham
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                Everyone makes mistakes. The trick is to make mistakes when nobody is looking.

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                  Re: Harbor Frieght Saw

                  Originally posted by gjbingham View Post
                  I also used the 10" Harbor Freight blade. I've got piles of little brick shards lying around so I'm guessing I made about 300 cuts with this one.

                  Just a note. Make sure to keep the bars/rails that the table rolls on clean of debris. I wasn't paying attention to this and bits of cut brick on the rails cause the table to wobble or tilt a little as you feed your bricks into the saw. It causes inaccuracy in your cuts and the blade may actually bind up in the middle of a brick.
                  George

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