Norton clipper Blade for porc

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Bopster

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Hi, I’ve just joined up on here after lurking for some time now.
I’m a kitchen/bathroom fitter from Essex
I’ve been doing my own tiling for several years now and learnt loads from this forum but everyday is a school day
I recently got a norton clipper 200 as I just didn’t get on with my rubi 180 for my everyday wet cutting, I also use a grinder with segmented blade and a bridge saw for large stuff.
The clipper is using the standard cont rim blade which on some polished porc just isn’t cutting clean enough so then I then resort to either of the others, which blade would u pros recommend?
 
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Bopster

Bopster

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Had an ATS cont rim on a old saw which was reasonable, maybe there turbo thin porc? I know the monti is ‘best’ best but can it justify itself against competition
 
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Waluigi

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Difficult to say with the Monti Blades.

I have a Montolit CGX blade. My Chinese Blade cuts pretty much the same as the Monti. I have had the same Monti for months on end though. It just keeps cutting. The Chinese haven’t been tested as long.
 
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Bopster

Bopster

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All sound like good suggestions, and the expected blades
I have rubi turbo viper in my grinder which seems pretty good.
Monti - Just to steep for me
Rubi and Macrist 750 in with a good shout.
ATS - for the price can it really match the others?
 
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Waluigi

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The ATS will match the others.

The only Monti I would buy again without any doubt would be the STL blade as I really like it
 

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