October 25, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

New Diablo Blades at STAFDA 2017 Video

New Diablo Blades at STAFDA 2017 Video

For the past several years, Diablo has taken the opportunity to show off their newest tool accessories at STAFDA. But the new Diablo blades at STAFDA 2017 took an even greater upward turn for the brand. We know they’re one of the top brands when you ask Pros who makes the best blades. And a lot of their improvements are incremental changes that roll out with the occasional new product. That’s not the case this year as there is some major expansion. And there’s no waiting period – all of these accessories are available now.

New Diablo Blades at STAFDA 2017

Diablo SandNet Sanding Discs

Diablo uses a nylon material to create sanding discs and you’ll notice a lack of holes for dust collection. With the mesh construction, you’ll get greater life and dust pulls through anywhere on the disc. So no more lining up holes. Check out the video to see how it compares to a traditional sandpaper disc.

Carbide Reciprocating Saw Blade Expansion

Probably the most talked about new Diablo blades at STAFDA 2017 comes in the reciprocating saw department. Diablo is now boasting a very comprehensive line of carbide blades across the board. They’re covering clean and nail-embedded wood while moving into medium and thin metal cutting to along with thick metal cutting. And just to make sure they’ve got their bases covered, there’s now a general purpose recip blade that will work in wood or metal.

6-1/2″ Circular Saw Blade Expansion

Diablo noticed that the majority of cordless circular saws out there are of the 6-1/2″ variety. Their response is to expand their line of 6-1/2″ blades to cover a lot more materials from metal cutting to Hardie board. There’s an ultimate finish blade and the Demo Demon with Tracking Point Amped makes its way down in size.


What products are you most excited about getting your hands on? Tell us about it in the comments below!


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