A wet tile saw
actually grinds a cut through the tile or stone.
The circular blade with Diamond chips are mounted on a circular blade
that grinds its way through the tile or stone. A submersible water pump
sits in a water pan. Whenever the saw's motor turns on, a submersible
water pump provides a stream of water that cools and lubricates the spinning
saws are operated very similar to a table saw. The tile is gently pushed
past the spinning blade. Because you are grinding and not cutting keep
an even gentile pressure on the tile or stone as you cut. Eye protection
is a must!!!!
most tools you need a little practice get a good feel for how they really
work. Take a few scrape pieces of the tile or stone your cutting and practice
several cuts. Many manufacturers have different blades that they recommend
for cutting marble, granite brick or tile. Unless you are having a hard
time cutting a certain material, an all-purpose blade should work fine.
Make sure that the pump is always working. Cutting tile or stone with
a dry blade will ruin it in a matter of minutes.
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