The US510 metal cutting wheel can cut a wide range of metals both ferrous and nonferrous including copper pipe, conduit, coated wire shelving, thin sheet metal, threaded rod, sheet aluminum and more. The US510 wheel features a 50% longer life than the SM510 Saw-Max metal cutting wheel, allowing you to cut more material. 3.5 in. Dia wheel.
- Abrasive material for high performance metal cutting applications
- Cuts ferrous (e.g. steel) and nonferrous (e.g. brass) materials
- Force the tool let speed do the work to extend cutting wheel life
- Includes 1 cutting wheel
- For use on Dremel ultra-saw US40 and Roto zip zip saw RFS1000
This Dremel cutting disc for metal performed very well. It cut through the metal roofing material easily. I would buy it again
Work great .
Cuts great but doesn’t last long enough.
Very effective. Does what I wanted it to do.
Just what was needed.
The Ultra saw is my go- to power tool for cutting small metal piece for a repair project. Single abrasive cutting wheels are not available in store, so it’s convenient and cheaper to buy them online from Home Depot. Fast delivery to store too. Highly recommended!
This is great tool have to complete the project.
Sawblades work fine but they’re kind of small in diameter for the size of the saw looks to me like it they won’t cut stuff is deep as the Saul we go
It made my HVAC project much easier.
I haven’t tried the saw out yet but I have plugged it in and it seems pretty powerful
I do like the Dremel Ultra Saw (those complaining about the lack of dust port will find that the company is nice enough to send one if you ask) and find I can maneuver it better than a conventional grinder, being a small framed woman DIYer. However, this blade is tiny and not useful for cutting the metal Schluter trim I’m using to border our shower tile as it is 1/2″ in thickness. I wanted to purchase the 3.9″ blade, however, Home Depot is out of stock and I have found there don’t seem to be as many accessories for this saw as some of the other models. However, I have been a lifelong user of Dremel tools and will find a short term solution until I am able to order the bigger blade. I think this size blade is fine for cutting sheets, but not anything bigger than about a quarter inch in thickness or profile.
The cutting wheel for metal was easy to put on the dremel tool and cut very smooth, I have used it to cut 1-1/2 inch pipe and aluminum angle stock.