Question about Dewalt DW8306 36-Grit. 4-1/2" Blue Zirconia 7/8" Arbor Resin Fiber Disc
Why can't I use regular saws for tiles? Like an ordinary circular saw for wood or metal?
Since tiles are so thick, brittle, and made of ceramic, a special saw must be used. An ordinary circular saw for wood or metal would either break the tile or get so hot that it would seize up and stop cutting. However, ceramic tile is not cut well with sharp blades. The wet tile saw was invented to address all these unique properties of ceramic. It doesn't overheat, uses a relatively dull blade with no serrations, and can be transported to a job site and set up on top of an existing table or sawhorses.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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