If so, which type of blade would be best? General demo?
Is this a joke post?
If not, no, maybe diamond and a lot of time, no, in that order.
In another post asked how to cut thru a foundation. The answer I liked best suggested scoring the wall with circular seven a saw concrete blade. I then thot if I scored each side to 2 1/2" I would only have an inch to cut down the center. Actually a sawzall might work. I wouldn't actually be sawing thru silicon but dislodging small particles. Could be the vibration on eoven a dull blade would work. Let you know.
For about 10 seconds.
There may be some sort of abrasive blade available, but the way a Sawzall works I think you'd have trouble with concrete, regardless.
Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed. --Herman Melville
before asking this forum - have you tried it with the sawsall blade?
Now the answer is???? let us know
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Hilti acually made a blade for cutting mortar. It loos like a cake knife with BIG carbide teeth. Can't find it online now though
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