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Diablo 6‑1/2 in. x 60 Tooth Ultra Finish Saw Blade

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Diablo 6‑1/2 in. x 60 Tooth Ultra Finish Saw Blade offers the quality that fine cabinet members expect with the capability to handle extreme conditions of professional construction. Diablo’s 60 Tooth Ultra Finish Saw Blade produces a clean, chip-free cut that requires little to no sanding. The D0660A is ideal for crosscutting oak, pine, melamine, veneer plywood, and delicate molding.


  • (1) Diablo 6‑1/2 in. x 60 Tooth Ultra Finish Saw Blade


  • TiCo™ Hi-Density carbide specifically designed for each application to increase performance
  • Perma-SHIELD® Non-stick Coating protects from heat, gumming, & corrosion
  • Super thin laser cut kerf for fast, durable, and clean cuts
  • Ideal For: Ultra Finish crosscuts and rip cuts in wood, plywood & melamine


Arbor : 5/8"
Diameter : 6-1/2"
Hook Angle : 10°
Kerf : .057"
Teeth : 60 ATB
Max RPM : 10000
Part # : D0660A


Q & A

Why should I choose Diablo?

Diablo is the most innovative premium brand of cutting tools and abrasives specifically designed for the contractor and remodeler to provide superior performance while withstanding the most extreme conditions. Diablo products consistently provide high-quality results every time saving you time and money.

They maximize the cutting life of all their products and are in compliance with quality control standards, assuring consistent performance and customer satisfaction.

Where are these products manufactured?

Diablo and their parent company, Freud Tools, have manufacturing facilities in Italy, Switzerland, and the USA.

Should I get my tools professionally sharpened?

Diablo does recommend the use of authorized sharpening services to maintain "like new" tool performance. Diablo requires "extremely tight tolerances" which may not be met by individuals lacking the necessary experience and tools.