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    Electric Tile cutter ,Where to buy ?

    Looking for an electric tile cutter ,like they sell in Europe for about 50 euros .Anyone know a shop who stock them . ?.Also want to know where to dump building material rubbish in Jomtien /Pattaya ? Do not want to fly tip .

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    Angle grinders all building shops sell them, probably the best is on the corner of Soi Thepprasit and Jomtien beach road or Thappraya road, concrete and hard rubble you can dump on my land

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    I think he might be talking about a wet saw

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    Do you mean a roofing tile or a bathroom tile ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    I think he might be talking about a wet saw
    Yes ,the ones they sell in Europe have the bottom of the blade run in Water .There is also an arm to guide the tile as you push it towards the blade ,so you always get a straight line .Have seen Thais use the angle grinder though ,and may try that method if necessary .

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash
    I think he might be talking about a wet saw
    He might even mean a diamond hole cutter

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    Have a go with the angle grinder with a diamond blade anto, the cheap wet saws aren't much good. if you take a bit of time and work out your layout you won't see many of your cuts anyway. I would only use a wet saw for thick porcelain tiles as they tend to chip easier. buy yourself a good pair of safety google's, getting chips of tiles in your eyes is no good.

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