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Iam not a fan of wet saws on the residential job site, but I picked up a small wet saw that I think many of you will like. By small I mean 11 x14 x 6, 16 lbs. What is surprising is it cuts really well flip the tile upside down and the cut edge is VERY clean like super clean. Here is a short video and some pics.
 

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Good saw and demo. You call the miter Jolly? Hadn't heard that term , surprised it cuts better pulling away from face of tile . So that's a sump fed wet blade?
 

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Good saw and demo. You call the miter Jolly? Hadn't heard that term , surprised it cuts better pulling away from face of tile . So that's a sump fed wet blade?
yes it is. it has a Max fill slot.
 

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When I worked for a shop, there was an old timer with a saw like that. I had to learn to cut outlets in the center of large tile with it free hand.

Very portable saw. Have fun with it.
 
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