Ring Saw Replacement Blade

$62.95 USD
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Item# 60102
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Product Features

  • Fits Taurus 3 and Taurus II.2 Ring Saws
  • Cuts glass in any direction!
  • Quality diamond coated stainless steel blade
  • Seamless blade

Product Description

MasterCraft seamless, stainless steel diamond coated replacement blade for the Taurus 3 and Taurus II.2 ring saws. A multi-directional blade to cut glass in all directions. Grommets not included.

The additional image shows the close up diamond grit coating which surrounds the blade to allow cutting from any direction. Also shown is an example of the detailed cuts made possible with a diamond blade.

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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Garbage
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Pros : Price
Cons : These blades are garbage; they make the saw work harder for some reason, the drive belt is stretched to the point of coming loose occassionly. Gemini doesn't recommend them and says they are detrimental to the machine. I believe them, and........will never buy again!
Other Thoughts : Those that like these things have been lucky! I sure hope you aren't wrecking your saws to say a couple of bucks.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Don't buy
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Pros : Works in Taurus II.2
Cons : I've used my Taurus for over ten years, so I know what I'm doing. I received this blade three weeks ago, and installed it with new grommets, belt, etc. The first thing I noticed is that there's a 'throbbing' as the saw is working, which I attribute to a poor weld where the two ends of the ring come together. In addition, after three weeks, it's cutting glass like it was a year old. The old Taurus blades 'never' wore out. This is worthless.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Not for Taurus 2
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Pros : Price was good
Cons : Waste of money and time chasing problems that don't exist. I installed one of these blades, started cutting and the saw was making a funny noise. I checked to make sure the blade was installed properly and found a weak spot in the belt. I replaced the belt, started using the saw again and had the same problem. I removed the blade and installed another MasterCraft blade I had. I started cutting glass again and still it was making a funny noise. I again checked for proper installation of everything and it was all good. I continued to use the saw and then the brand new belt broke.
Other Thoughts : Sometimes prices and products are too good to be true. I could have saved $100 by not purchasing two of these blades and just stuck with what I know works.
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