Getting started with your new Wet Tile Cutter is easy. Listed below are the different types of cuts you can do at home using your versatile wet saw. Simply follow the step-by-step instructions to learn how to cut tiles like a professional in virtually no time...

 

1. Straight Cuts & Corners

  • Adjust cutting guide to desired setting
    NOTE: Use the ruler below the cutting surface to determine size of cut
  • Set the tile along the cutting guide
  • Hold tile firmly and slide it through the cutting blade, do not force the tile

 

2. Angles

  • Adjust cutting guide to desired setting
    NOTE: Use the ruler below the cutting surface to determine size of cut
  • Set the tile along the cutting table at a 45º angle
    NOTE: Top and bottom corners of tile should be aligned with the cutting blade
  • Hold tile firmly and slide it through the cutting blade, do not force the tile

 

3. Mitres

  • Set cutting table to desired angle
  • Set the tile on the tilted side of the table
    NOTE: For internal mitre cut, set tile face up. For external, set tile face down
  • Hold tile firmly and slide it through the cutting blade, do not force the tile

 

4. Outlets & Sockets

  • Using a tile marker, outline the area of the tile to be cut
  • Remove cutting guide to work closer to the blade
  • Hold tile firmly over the cutting blade & score it from the back inside of the cutting area

 

5. Curves

  • External Radius
  • Cut away main excess & then rotate occasionally while cutting closer to the marked line. In order to smooth out the curve
    Internal Radius
  • Cut away main excess and then make a series of thin cuts up to the marked line
  • Gently rotate the tile & break away strip & begin to smooth out the profile of the internal curve

 

6. Holes

  • Use a Vitrex Diamond Drill Bit for cutting holes in tiles

 

Saftey Considerations

  • Always remember to cool diamond drills whilst drilling and use drill at low speed
  • Always wear Safety Goggles and Protective Gloves when cutting tiles