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Tile cutting saw?

Discussion in 'Tiling' started by Agile, 30 May 2013.

  1. Agile

    Agile

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    I have a very cheaply bought diamond circular saw with a diameter of about 200 mm.

    Its designed for cutting dry.

    But with a little silicone I could make it into a water wetted blade!

    It seems to cut fairly well although makes a bit of dust that I don't like breathing in.

    Would it work much better if I did make it a wet cut?

    Tony
     
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    I recently bought a cheap tile saw for a bathroom project with a 110mm diamond blade for wet cutting and it does a good job, no dust but you do have to use it outside as it sprays a wee bit of water.
     
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