Wholesale Tile Cutter

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Tile cutter; the most polyvalent tool for finishing rough surfaces!

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Tile cutter

About tile cutters

It is an essential tool for tile work. It allows you to make clean and precise cuts on tiles, ceramics, and porcelain. Manual or electric, the choice of type, dimensions, and options depends on the materials to be cut, the frequency, and the type of cutting.
Tile cutter
Tile cutter

Type of tile cutters

This tool needs to be chosen according to several criteria, such as the nature of the materials to be cut and the surface to be tiled. This tool is available in manual and electric versions.
The manual type is a cart mounted on a rail. As it moves, it activates a roller, like a glazier's wheel, which scratches and marks the tile. It is made of tungsten carbide. The material will be broken by hitting it with the lever.
The electric model allows you to cut safely and easily, to fit the dimensions of your surface to be tiled. If your customers are professionals choose this type of tool because of its greater efficiency and speed.

What is Tile Cutting?

Tile cutting is an important task for crafters, masons, and constructors. It is a task that requires a powerful and precise tool. This task causes a lot of heat and heat resistance is an important factor that comes into play whenever cutting any type of tiles is involved. Different tools have different methods for cutting tiles.

Dry vs. Wet Tile Cutter

The first category of these tools is dry tile cutters (or ceramic tile cutters). These cutters use a blade that has unique welds in their segments which allow heat dissipation. That’s why they are called this name. They don’t need water to cool down the blade. The other category of these tools is wet tile cutters (saws).
Based on whether these tools are powered externally or are used by hand, there are two types of these tools. The ones that are used by hand are manual tile cutters. Browse our products to find yourself a reliable professional tile cutter. You can read our tiler cutter manuals to get more information about how our products are different.
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Electric version advantages:

  • This equipment allows any complex cut, beveled, rounded, triangular, etc.
    It also allows cuts of all thicknesses (up to 35 mm) for all tiles (including marble and terracotta) of all sizes.

It also does have some drawbacks:

  • This machine is quite dirty: it should preferably be used outside, next to a water point.
  • In addition, it is very noisy.

The manual type has many advantages:

  • It is suitable for ceramic and porcelain of medium thickness (from 4 to 10 mm).
  • It is very easy to install for areas of less than 20 m2: bathroom, small kitchen, hallway, etc.
  • It is very easy to use, just a few cuts and you're done.
  • Very practical for straight cuts, some models also allow 45° cuts. The technique of use is somewhat different, but once mastered, it is also practical.
  • It doesn't produce dust, so you can cut right next to the installation site.
  • It does not require an electrical connection.
  • The manual tool is a great solution for "do-it-yourselfers" who want to keep good relations with their neighbors! It does not make any noise compared to electrical equipment.

However, this hand tool does have its drawbacks:

  • You will have some difficulty cutting very thick and large surfaces, like the floor.
  • You will not be able to cut marble, stone, and other rough surfaces.

For surfaces larger than 20 m2, the manual one becomes insufficient. Unless you are very patient of course!

The main factors to consider when making a choice

Here are some key points to remember when it comes to tile cutter suppliers.

  • Length of tiles and types of cuts to be made

Manual types can cut tiles up to 100 cm long, depending on the model. But electric models, can be used for longer lengths, as those of imitation parquet tiles.  

As for the type of cut, you should know that a manual device makes straight and diagonal cuts. If you are considering this type of cut, plan on using a machine that is 50% longer than the tiles to be cut. For example, if you have 50 cm tiles, you will need a 75 cm long tool to cut them at an angle.

For bevel cuts, you will have to opt for an electric device, the only one capable of making them, provided that it has this function. This is possible thanks to a tilting plate or arm.

  • Surface to be tiled

For small surfaces like a kitchen or a wall above a sink, a manual tile cutter is sufficient, because it cuts quickly, without being cumbersome or making noise, unlike its electric counterpart which is very noisy.

The electric tile cutter should be chosen for areas larger than 20 m², like large living rooms. It cuts hard and very hard materials faster and with less effort than a manual type.

  • Frequency of tile work

Depending on whether it is a one-time job in a small area, a larger job, or the completion of several jobs over time, the tool must be adapted accordingly.

For frequent tiling jobs, an electric tile cutter and a hand tool should be available, as these two tiling tools are complementary.

Besides, you should seek out a manufacturer who only employs the finest materials with high durability and a lifetime of use.

Ronix is an international manufacturer and supplier that can provide all tool importers, distributors, and wholesalers with high-quality tools and accessories.

Why Ronix?

With five main guidelines: excellent quality of items, a wide range of goods, moderate price, business attitude, and extensive after-sales assistance, Ronix Company aims to meet the requirements of customers.

Considering all these precious attributes, this is the moment for you to profit from our wholesale tile cutter offer.

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