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On large format are alot of you using angle grinders (anyone use the monolit guide? Plus using a good extractor) Or the wet circular saw or now you having to carry about 1200mm wet cutter?
 
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I've not personally used a wet cutter for well over a year now mate. Decent blade on the grinder works well for me.
 
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Do you have a preferred decent blade?
I can inform you as a member of the public that can buy a angle grinder !a spectrum porcelain blade !and a sponge !I don't have to worry about health and safety issues !as a member of the public they don't care about me ! So using a spectrum porcelain blade and using a wet sponge does a great job of cutting porcelain !no burring or chipping most of the time !!
 
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I can inform you as a member of the public that can buy a angle grinder !a spectrum porcelain blade !and a sponge !I don't have to worry about health and safety issues !as a member of the public they don't care about me ! So using a spectrum porcelain blade and using a wet sponge does a great job of cutting porcelain !no burring or chipping most of the time !!

Thanks, will take a look now!
 

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