Someone posted a question about worm drive saws, and mentioned their
own preference, mentioning they use their's for cutting concrete
pavers, bricks, etc. I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good
piece of equipment for making good cuts in marble and granite. I've
got a bunch of large remnants and would like them cut to a particular
size. I'll take it in to a pro to have them put a nice edge and buff
it out, but I'd like to make the cuts, if possible.
you need to use a diamond blade wet cut saw
Its not the easiest thing to do because you have to support the
material evenly or you risk a fracture
Most big pieces are cut on a table with a wetsaw
if you are cutting open sink holes in the field you can
use a 4" diamond blade and a grinder
Edging is put on with a carbide tip router bit
its not going to be easy, fun or quick
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