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Discussion in 'Tiling Tools Forum' started by Simons70, Oct 14, 2016.
Discuss Battipav VIP 2110 Radial Tile Saw 110V/50Hz in the Tiling Tools Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk.
I need a new cutter 110,to cut stone 20 mm tick. Is this cutter strong enough to 800x800 ?
Trimline are doing good deals on battipav prime and supreme cutters at the moment they are really good stone saws Ed the VIP are good but the supreme and prime are more powerful
Thanks Garry,I try to call tomorrow.Now with the new location is little bit far to go there...
Try these as well Ed they do good deals Manual Tile Cutters | Electric Tile Cutters | Diamond Tools | Tile Levelling | TILER TOOLS - https://www.tiler-tools.com/?gclid=CjwKEAjwhILABRDwo8mlqt6ug38SJACNSq_kmeE7_j0PGqdd5xX9bMSSt1TNP3-iLBwu9deWsIZNIBoCCpTw_wcB
That Raimondi Pikus looks like a top machine, also the Brooklyn is a superb workhorse.
I check this first and see the Battipav,the big issue is 10 days delivery.
Maybe Antonio can sort in 3-5 days
io odio battipav ...
Common,no more the green heavy cutters,must be ok now!
parli più male di un italiano...
@Dave new avatar!
Tiling has gone mad, I remember thinking to myself many moons ago when I bought my first Sigma 10M that it should cover pretty much anything I'd need to do
I just thought the exact same! Mad!
Yet if you are tasked with cutting tiles at £2000 a piece, you have to have the kit.
A retailer near me has a 10mm multi-layered, glass-glazed, jewel-embedded tile at 3.2 x 1.6m at £2000 a piece.
Would I be happy cutting it?!
You'd love it Mark!
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