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Cutting Porcelain Tiles

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I redid one of the bathrooms and am up to installing the floor tiles. T
he short version is -- I purchased a Ridgid Diamond Edge Blade to cut the tiles. I put it on my table saw, but when I turn the saw on the blade warps, and tends to chip the tiles. I know that I am not exceeding the max rpm's for the blade. So, what's the problem?
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Really need to use a wet tile saw to keep blade cool and stop all dust.:thumbsup:

The dust from a table saw would be tremendous.:eek:
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