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Discussion in 'Tiling Tools Forum' started by Paul Giovanni Raimondi, Mar 12, 2019.
Discuss diamond blades, again in the Tiling Tools Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk.
only works with his coffee machine. there is no bar with illy?
I have a wide variety of diamond blades by different manufacturers, it’s trial and error, one blade chips one tile but then cuts clean on another. I always try blades on an off cut to find the one with best results.
it also has a lot to do with the operators skill with the grinder
No, I have never tried, although I have seen it done. In UK and Ireland I have always been able to hire an overhead wet saw, and even then I have bought my own blades because the ones supplied didnt always cut without chips. I haven’t found one for hire here.
I don’t think it is technique as I have managed to grind and cut with fixed speed machines and Bosch blades before without chipping. Just not having much luck with the one blade I have at the moment and thought I’d ask for reccomendations from those with more experience.
You should try it stops a lot of chipping The Marcrist Blue blade best there is imo
PREMTOOL Turbo Fastline 115mm x 22.2mm Diamond Blade TUR115 - https://www.protilertools.co.uk/product/premtool-turbo-fastline-115mm-x-22-2mm-diamond-blade-tur115
I’ve just used this bade on a 70 metre extremely hard porcelain floor I’ve just completed, all dry cut and no chips whatsoever......probably the best blade I’ve used in years and cheap too
Thank you both.
I still have the page open on my desktop. Found it looking through earlier posts yesterday.
I found the old Bosch blade order on Amazon. Two 125mm blades, one construction and one tile for £17. Maybe I should try that one too. Worked before.
Giovanni, you can put a photo with the chips?
just to understand better
This is the only piece not already placed, and it is the offcut. It was probably one of the first cuts so the blade was not bedded in.
I'm afraid I am used to using a stationary wet saw.
Montolit are one of the best I’ve used. Montolit CGX
I still use the Chinese blades though. They work really well and are a fraction of the cost of Montolit.
I’ve had the same Montolit blade in one grinder for 8 months. I really rate the blade.
Is the blade new? cut a few self-locking concrete blocks
nella foto autobloccanti
The blade is new, it has done few cuts.
make some cuts in the self-locking ones
or in blocks like this, it's not one
my recipe, Montolit said.
Are you talking about the Akkumax Simon?
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