Tile cutters - Rubi / Husqvarna

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sanj.varah

Has anyone tried any of these machines? I have bought some porcelain tiles that are about 10mm thick and my electric tile cutter just isn't up to it.

Has anyone got any suggestions? I'm thinking either a Rubi machine or the Husqvarna TC670 which is on ebay?

any advice gratefully appreciated.

thanks

sanj
 
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Sanj,
The last job that I did before Christmas was tiling a bathroom, walls and floor, all the same tiles, 600x300x10mm porcelain. All the straight cuts, even the narrow ones, the Rubi TS 60 Plus cut them no problem. The only time I used the wet wheel was on some of the cut outs/corners etc. I would be lost without the Rubi's, (I have the TS 50 Plus as well) and can thoroughly recommend them. I don't know about the Husqvarna TC670, so I can't comment on it.

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Sanj,
The last job that I did before Christmas was tiling a bathroom, walls and floor, all the same tiles, 600x300x10mm porcelain. All the straight cuts, even the narrow ones, the Rubi TS 60 Plus cut them no problem. The only time I used the wet wheel was on some of the cut outs/corners etc. I would be lost without the Rubi's, (I have the TS 50 Plus as well) and can thoroughly recommend them. I don't know about the Husqvarna TC670, so I can't comment on it.

Roughcaster.


what he said, well most of it, i never tiled the same bathroom so i dont know if he is lying or not :LOL:
 
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sanj.varah

okay thanks guys, i think i'll get the rubi. just the videos of the husqvarna look quite impressive. Having said that i'm not a tiler!

sanj
 

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