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What blade do you use to cut marble and granite

When decorating, everyone always talks about marble and granite, but how much do you really know about marble and granite?

Granite saw blades and marble saw blades are used for cutting and processing stone, and both are circular saw blades. So why one cuts granite and the other cuts marble? What is the difference between the two?

First of all, we need to understand these two types of stone. Both granite and marble are commonly used in construction. As far as the hardness of the stone is concerned, the texture of granite is harder, mostly gray or white, and the texture is mottled. Weathering and sunlight are relatively easy to maintain, so it is mostly used in outdoor areas such as ground and wall.

Marble is a soft stone, which belongs to metamorphic rock.Although the structure is fine and solid, it requires more maintenance, coupled with its unique color markings, so it is generally placed indoors, which is more gorgeous.

Therefore, these two types of stone have different processing requirements. Compared with granite, marble has more requirements for the cutting precision of saw blades.

So in addition, what are the differences between granite saw blades and marble saw blades?

1. Different segment formulas:

Granite saw blades require some sharpness relatively speaking.

2.The color of the segment is different:

The marble segment is generally yellowish in color and belongs to the rigid grade, while the granite segment is mostly silver gray and belongs to the iron grade.

3.Different slots:

Marble saw blades are mostly U grooves or fish hook grooves, while granite saw blades are key grooves.

4. The size and thickness of the segment:

The hardness of the granite saw blade is harder than that of marble, while the thickness of the marble blade is smaller.

5. The price and outer diameter are different:

The price of marble is slightly more expensive than that of granite.

6. The texture of the segment:

The texture of the granite segment is mostly mottled, while the marble segment is rich in color, fine texture, and colorful markings.

7. Welding seam:

The weld between the base and the cutter head is also different between the two.



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