I purchased a 10 inch wet saw blade to cut patio block. Oldcastle or
EP Henry concreate block. I noticed that there are continuous rim wet
saw blades and segmented wet/dry blades. The directions say to use a
continuous rim blade.
Is one blade (cont vs seg) better then the other and can I use the
segmented blades even thou the directions say to get a continuous rim
I'm thinking the water stays on the continuous blade better. Maybe
there is more spash with the segmented blade. The saw isn't like the 4
inch tile saw where the blade sits in the water, it has a pump that
shoots it onto the blade from the top.
Also, is there one blade that cuts better then the rest? Forget about
price I don't want the tool to struggle. I don't mind paying $60 at
Lowes or the Depot if it out performs the $25 Harbor Freight blade.