Diamond Pave/
/How do they compare with diamond blade stone blade for paving slabs?

I have a small angle grinder and uses several albums and then burned out trying to cut a 50 mm concrete tile, stone cutting discs using. It is a better diamond blade for cutting pavers?

There are many types of diamond disc, including stone blades are one. Some leaves are designed for cutting tiles – these have a continuous circular edge. Some are of concrete and stone – these are narrow notches around the edge, and some are paved – these have more notches on the edge. If you were using a suitable stone knife Concrete cutting, then you have burned only because the diamond was gone (this can happen without the page looking visibly very different) or with the mill was too small. Most people would only reduce a couple 50mm pavers 9 "grinder or disc cutter which uses gasoline, 12" blades. The blocks are made of strong concrete.

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