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.
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.
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.
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