Q: How are multiwall panels cut?
A: Use a razor knife or a circular saw with a fine tooth blade that has at least 10 teeth per inch. (The saw blade that has worked the best for our guys in the warehouse cutting multiwall panels is the Diablo blade for Laminates & Laminate Flooring, Plastics & Non-Ferrous Metals. Key Features: Teeth – 84 TCG on a 10″ blade, Max 7000 rpm, Triple chip design, 5 degree hook angle, .098″ kerf)
Note: This is only a general guideline. Exact requirements are project specific.