Revolution Tile-Cutting Saw
This tile saw's 1/2-hp motor drives a 10-in. ring-shaped diamond blade that cuts curves in tile, porcelain, granite, or glass.
For everyday tile-cutting, I use a standard wet saw because it’s quick. For specialty work, however, I use the Gemini Revolution ring saw. It’s so versatile, though, that I use it on a lot of my installations.
The Revolution’s 1/2-hp motor drives a 10-in. ring-shaped diamond blade that cuts curves in tile, porcelain, granite, or glass. The cuts are so smooth that finished edges are almost polished. It’s also great for cutting notches around door jambs and toilets.
Beneath the saw table, the Revolution has a water bath that holds 3 gal. of water, cooling the blade and moistening fine dust. The saw is fairly quiet, it’s straightforward to use, and it cuts quickly. After only a half-hour, I became really comfortable using it. And even though the Revolution is not cheap, it pays for itself quickly.