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A cutter for cement board


Try using a blade for cutting stone. Or use a tile saw.

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Why does tile veer off?


If you have a bridge saw. The blade and motor may not be parallel with the rails the motor travels on.

Feb 18, 2014 | Felker FRS-38 Tile, Marble & Granite Rail...

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What is a wet saw? is it easier to use than a tile cutter?


Wet saws make cutting thick or strong tiles easier, they also make it easier to make multiple cuts on a tile. It takes longer to use the wet stone so if you don't really have to use it then cutting with a tile cutter will go much faster.

Nov 17, 2013 | Cutter Tools

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Do I need a lot of tools to cut tiles?


You don't really need too many tools to cut tiles, mainly just a tile cutter, tile nipper, sharpening stone and pencil.

Nov 17, 2013 | Cutter Tools

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Need manual for crain Model A tile cutter


If you go to the Crain website http://www.craintools.com/fs-more_pages/fs-001.html it gives a good description of the tile cutter and shows how the self-measuring feature works and includes a parts list but they don't have a downloadable manual.

Jan 21, 2012 | Saws

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Target wetsaw starts and runs fine. Half way through the tile the blade binds and the motor bogs down which trips the breaker. It does it every cut now. Never had an issue before. Tightened the belt, still...


First thing I would check is that the table is square to the blade. If the back edge of the table that pushes the tile through the blade isn't perpendicular to the blade the cut will start fine but as you go through the tile the table will be pushing the tile into the side of the blade and cause a huge amount of friction, making the motor work harder and eventually pop the circuit breaker.

Jan 21, 2011 | Husqvarna Saws

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Was cutting tile and it just shut off. Blade seemed dull. Does blade stop running when it needs to be replaced?


no it does not there is a fault with the cutter arm in most cases its a broken switch or its brusges are too worn


let me know if you need more advice

Dec 31, 2010 | Ridgid 10"Wet Tile Saw with Laser and...

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Tapering


First, unplug the jointer, then, insure that all the cutters are set to the same height. Raise the outfeed table with a straight piece of wood or a framing square sitting on it and extending over the cutters. Each cutter should just touch the board without raising it. The infeed table is lowered by how deep you want to cut.
Always look at the grain of the board you are cutting. Never allow the cutters to strike grain that is running down into the cutters. It will chip out chunks of wood. The grain should be tapering down away from the cutters, back toward you, never toward them.

The tapering you mentioned usually happens when the outfeed table is lower than the cutter tops.

May 25, 2009 | Delta Machinery Masonry Tools

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