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Wet-tile Saw

Discussion in 'Other Tools' started by Griff, Nov 12, 2020.

  1. Griff

    Griff Active Member

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    I seem to have lost the photos I had. If I have time I will make a short video.

    The wet-tile saw is an absolute beast for cutting carbo fiber, G-10 and other synthetics, whilst keeping the dust down.

    I cut 1/2 inch unidirectional carbon fiber like a hot knife through butter with a standard master craft 7” diamond blade.

    Even though I did goof profiling some curved cuts, for straight and mitre cuts, this thing is a dream in the workshop.

    A couple of pics of the clean cut on that are on my Instagram, along with my screw up haha...I tend to post victories and failures in equal measure lol.

    @griffiths_handmade_knives

    :beer::beer:


    Update: uploaded 2 pic for quick reference

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  2. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    You may be on to something. That looks to do a great job and the edges come out polished.

    G10 itches the heck out of me. Even with the vac running right at the bandsaw, it always finds its way around my cuffs and collar. Reminds me of those days of running pink batts in attics.

    Dan
     
  3. FORGE

    FORGE Maker of the Year Best Knife

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    It's the smell that gets me, clothes have to hit the wash after grinding that stuff.
     

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