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Tile Cutting Table Saw 450w ............ £20.54 @ wickes

£20.54 @ Wickes
Adjustable table top for straight and bevel (mitre) cuts No-volt safety release switch Supplied with diamond rim saw blade, adjustable blade guard and water tray Blade size 180mm Bore 25mm … Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Adjustable table top for straight and bevel (mitre) cuts

No-volt safety release switch

Supplied with diamond rim saw blade, adjustable blade guard and water tray

Blade size 180mm
Bore 25mm
Maximum cutting depths: 90 Deg 34mm, 45 Deg 24mm
No load speed 0-2950rpm
Weight 11.0kg


instore , free delivery over £45 , otherwise £5.95
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#1
http://www.wickes.co.uk/content/ebiz/wickes/invt/186878/186878-ab0-00co_full.jpg
#2
Are these saws any good? im planning to tile my bathroom n kitchen soon.
#3
mchu6am4
Are these saws any good? im planning to tile my bathroom n kitchen soon.




yes , will save ya loads of time
#4
My brother has one of these and it works well

Good for £20
#5
Bargain - good find. Heat added. :)
#6
mchu6am4;4308169
Are these saws any good? im planning to tile my bathroom n kitchen soon.



I have one very similar paid around £45.00 for it we tiled my entire bathroom 13ft x 8 walls and floor a real time saver and a brilliant investment , in fact i have even had to lend it out to my sister !:w00t:
#7
mchu6am4
Are these saws any good? im planning to tile my bathroom n kitchen soon.


owlass
yes , will save ya loads of time

They're great - especially useful when you need to do a strip 1 cm wide. The bevel feature is also good for external corners......
#8
will these do floor tiles?
#9
bassman_uk;4309840
will these do floor tiles?


Yes these will cut floor tiles I used one of these on floor tiles and it worked well, as I doubted it and I was wrong to :)
#10
bassman_uk
will these do floor tiles?

Depends on the thickness of the floor tiles - the thinner ones shouldn't be a problem - thicker ones it might struggle a little.

As the tile cutters use water they can be a bit messy so you might want to use them outside (top up the water tray frequently with a small jug rather than removing the water tray). Make sure you wear eye protection and ear defenders help as well...
#11
gari189;4309961
Depends on the thickness of the floor tiles - the thinner ones shouldn't be a problem - thicker ones it might struggle a little.

As the tile cutters use water they can be a bit messy so you might want to use them outside (top up the water tray frequently with a small jug rather than removing the water tray). Make sure you wear eye protection and ear defenders help as well...


The floor tiles I used were approx just under 1cm thick I did obviously use it slow but it did the trick ok :)

Definitly do it outside I agree lol can be quite messy :thumbsup:
#12
I got exactly the same one, bought it when it was on offer at Screwfix for £15. Was a bargain and does good cuts. The water tray is tiny and you have to keep refilling very frequently. Also it makes one hell of a mess, I did all my tile cutting outside!
#13
I use one of these for work. It has tlled 3 bathrooms and 5 kitchens before the blade got a bit worn. Might grab this offer as it's prob as cheap as replacing the blade :-D
#14
I borrowed a "score and snap" cutter from a mate to do my bathroom, ended up braking about 10 tiles each time I tried to cut one as the blade was knackered. Went to B&Q to buy a new blade and found one of these (or very similar) for £25 so decided to give it a go. Its alot quicker and you soon save the extra the cutter costs by not smashing tiles. Its also handy for corners around cupboards etc as you can cut part of the way into the tile, take it out and then cut in from another side.

I paid £5 more when it was in the sale (down from £45-50 I think), so voted hot.
#15
I bought this last Sunday for £23 and it works like a charm
#16
Only thing I would add on these is that the safety guard is flimsy as hell, but you aren't gonna stick your fingers in there anyway... ARE YOU
#17
well done owlass! h+r added. good tool for a cheap price.
#18
It's a nice prince (I got one last year) but it's not a deal as they're always cost this much
#19
I use one at work and they are excellent and save you so much time and money. On my second blade now as use it to cut porcelain floor quite a bit. If you use it enough to need to replace the blade then you can get a Plasplugs Turbo cut blade 180mm that fits and it cuts through even the hardest tiles like they are made of butter. (Turbo cut blade is about £20, expensive but worth it when work are paying)
#20
Would this be any good for cutting very thin stuff like fibreglass/copper PCBs? (and say 1cm thick ply)

I ask, becuase hobby table saws (4" blade) cost the earth!
#21
Unusual for Owlass to post deals.:?
Voted Hot. :)
#22
I have the Plasplugs version of this device & agree with the comments that it is fantastic for DIY tiling. The Plasplugs is £25 at B&Q (£35 on Amazon), which is only another £5 for a branded model (with slightly less power - 300W).
Does the Wickes model have a metal surface? Looks like it in the pic. I imagine this would be a good feature over the plastic build on the Plasplugs.
#23
C.Pennington

Does the Wickes model have a metal surface? Looks like it in the pic. I imagine this would be a good feature over the plastic build on the Plasplugs.

Not necessarily - it just means it rusts. Usually spray the surface of mine with wd40 when I pack it away......
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HankMcSpank
Would this be any good for cutting very thin stuff like fibreglass/copper PCBs? (and say 1cm thick ply)

I ask, becuase hobby table saws (4" blade) cost the earth!


I was about to post the actual reply for this.

Yes. Its absolutely ideal for cutting 1.6mm PCBs. Both fibreglass and pheynol based. I use one for cutting mine before exposing/etching for small prototypes and also for splitting boards when etched for depanelisation.

Couple of tips, don't rely on the guide for getting a square cut on PCBs. I've taken off the guide and the safety cover (it binds on the boards and scratches them) and cut the boards "by eye".

Also do not use water when cutting PCBs, wear a decent face mask and goggles and cut outside. The amount of dust created is pretty amazing.

Blades seem to last for a very long time. I've tiled a number of bathrooms, my mum has borrowed it numerous times and I've cut loads of PCBs with it and the blade is still fine.

As far as plywood is concerned - don't bother. You will clog the blade as its designed to grind rather than cut.

Fibreglass PCBs blunt bandsaws/circular saws very quickly but this glides through them without problem.

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