Question about Mk Diamond MK 370 TILE SAW
Porcelain tile has to be cut painstakingly slow, especially the last inch or two to prevent the splitting problem you are having. When you are cutting tile, the sawblade rides up just a little as the tile is being fed into it. You'll notice it if you stop pushing the tile through and watch the head drop down just a bit. When you are getting to the last part of the cut, reduce the pressure you are using to push the tile into the blade so the blade can wear away the tile with little pressure and vibration as possible.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tile saw not cutting straight
Sometimes a blade that is set deep enough will walk in this manner, especially if it is a thin kerf blade like the MK Hotdog blade.
Also, a blade which has worn unevenly will do this too.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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