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  • Rubi TZ Tile Cutter

    Rubi TZ Tile Cutter With Bag

    $821.64 to $1,114.86
    Shipping: Standard
    The New Rubi TZ Tile Cutter comes in four sizes the 33 inch TZ 850, 40 inch TZ 1210, 51 inch TZ 1300, and the 61 inch TZ 1550.
  • Sigma 7F 14" Tile Cutter

    Sigma 7F 14" Tile Cutter

    $163.45
    Shipping: Free
    The 7F is the perfect solution for when you need a compact cutter to fit in tight spaces.
  • Sigma Large Format Tile Cutter - Kera-Cut 128

    Sigma Kera-Cut 128 Large Format Thin Tile Cutter

    $1,169.99
    Shipping: Free
    The Sigma Kera-Cut 128 is a large format porcelain tile cutter capable of scoring and breaking tile between 3mm and 10mm in thickness.
  • Sigma 3B4M Max Grip Tile Cutter - 26"

    Sigma 3B4M Max Grip Tile Cutter - 26"

    $453.60
    Shipping: Free
    The 26" Sigma 3B4M Max Grip features a scoring wheel that rides on ball bearings, and vibration-damping to score thicker tiles or ones with relief surfaces with minimum effort.
  • Sigma 3C2 30"

    Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter 3C2 / 3D2

    $595.00
    Shipping: Free
    Heavy duty manual tile cutters for a wide variety of materials. Snap 3/4″ glass mosaic tile into perfectly equal thirds. Broad base with extension legs.
  • Raimondi Montolit Masterpiuma Push-Style Tile Cutter

    Raimondi Montolit Masterpiuma Push-Style Tile Cutter

    $425.00 to $469.00
    Shipping: Free
    Professional, light, accurate, strong porcelain tile cutter capable of cutting tiles of 24" and 29" depending on model.
  • Sigma 3B4 26" Tile Cutter

    Sigma 3B4 26" Tile Cutter

    $420.00
    Shipping: Free
    Heavy duty, broad-base tile cutter for cutting larger tiles. The 3 series with pull handle is the original style Sigma tile cutter.

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Tile cutters are light, affordable and portable tools for cutting ceramic and porcelain tile. To use a tile cutter, you simply line up the the mark on the tile you wish to cut with the scoring wheel, and roll the scoring wheel across the tile (always score across the top/shiny side of the tile). You will be able to hear a distinct, and quite grating, sound if you are pressing hard enough. Larger tiles may require you to use your hands to break the tile, otherwise you use the tile cutter handle to press the arms on the tile and it should break quite easily. When cutting a relatively small number of tiles, a cutter is much easier to carry and setup than a tile saw.