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Old 02-04-2012, 08:34 PM   #1
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45s, and radius


I think i have gotten the straight lay cuts, corners and jambs down, looking to get into 45s and radius...i know how to layout a 45 but do you guys have tips or tricks to marking your 45 cuts? and how do you guys go about a radius. how do you go about marking that into your layout.

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My help if you let us know what it is your using to cut the tile in the first place.

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wet saw, grinder, snap cutter.
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How's about a cardboard template and a steady hand with the grinder (for radius cuts)
I swear by my Sigma snap cutter for everything else..

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