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Old 09-09-2017, 03:37 PM   #1
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https://www.rotoblast.com/track_saw_...w_p/s7-kit.htm

Looks like either a Rubi TC-80 knockoff or a rebadged one?

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Old 09-10-2017, 12:39 AM   #2
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I picked up the Metabo I would recommend it..
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I picked up the Metabo I would recommend it..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYdkBSFnOmw&t=6s


That's bad ass!


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYdkBSFnOmw&t=6s


Is the blade for that directional? If so did you put it in backwards as well as push it backwards?


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Thanks Craig! I watched that video when I was notified you posted it. I was hoping you would do a video. What type of tile were you cutting? Did you have luck finding a good blade? Can it be ran with water?

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Thanks Craig! I watched that video when I was notified you posted it. I was hoping you would do a video. What type of tile were you cutting? Did you have luck finding a good blade? Can it be ran with water?

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That was 24x24 through body polished porcelain, I bought the blade through a local vender it is a cheap mesh blade.

Additional I don't think I would bother using water with it.
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So a good dry porcelain blade and vac then. Saves having to worry about drying off the back of the tile before setting.

That job I have coming up is a color body polished porcelain. With the layout I know I will have a bunch of 48" long rip cuts to make.
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So a good dry porcelain blade and vac then. Saves having to worry about drying off the back of the tile before setting.

That job I have coming up is a color body polished porcelain. With the layout I know I will have a bunch of 48" long rip cuts to make.
I would buy and use it.

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