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It's a bit of time that I think about this.
as everyone knows I'm curious and I would be interested in news or
to tools that I do not know, in addition to the brands I know raimondi, sigma, montolit, here in Italy there is little else.
If other members know about equipment or news from other brands
they can post them here.
If the trend does not continue, an administrator can safely close it.
or delete it. thank you
 
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Take a look at the Karl Dahm website. I spent half an hour browsing the other month, just to see which products they have.
 

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NOVITA' BATTIPAV
 

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battipav has produced this super light tile cutter, excellent for planks, if they reach 160 cm it will be my next purchase, the 137cm 12,30kg
 

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battipav has produced this super light tile cutter, excellent for planks, if they reach 160 cm it will be my next purchase, the 137cm 12,30kg
 

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Dan changed the thread title ...
 
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Very good Antonio, but it is a high polish finish solution we need. 🤔
doesn't the package also contain the liquid for the glossy finish?
 
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The Siri lifting system looks very simple to use, but does not look very versatile.
Awkward shapes could be a problem I feel.

The Rubi heavy duty system, also looks simple to use. I like the way the accessories are attached at any point, rather than having to slide attachments up and down the rail like other systems.
Again I wonder how versatile it is when lifting awkward pieces.
And another thing about Rubi is that their systems are always so high off the slab, and that changes the centre of gravity of the slab, which can prove awkward to lift.

These are great for complete slabs, but what about L cuts and things like that
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doesn't the package also contain the liquid for the glossy finish?
it does, but I have never been able to successfully use it. Maybe I am doing something incorrect, I can not achieve a gloss finish correctly.
The problem is when you view the damaged part from an angle orin reflective light (window reflection) the repair appears ‘flat’ or ‘dull’ I can’t achieve the deep shine or lustre, the repair stands out too much.
 

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The Siri lifting system looks very simple to use, but does not look very versatile.
Awkward shapes could be a problem I feel.

The Rubi heavy duty system, also looks simple to use. I like the way the accessories are attached at any point, rather than having to slide attachments up and down the rail like other systems.
Again I wonder how versatile it is when lifting awkward pieces.
And another thing about Rubi is that their systems are always so high off the slab, and that changes the centre of gravity of the slab, which can prove awkward to lift.

These are great for complete slabs, but what about L cuts and things like that
goodnight marc
 
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I still prefer my sigma frame, it has endless configurations if you think outside the box a little.

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goodnight marc
Goodnight? Haha 😁
 

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ok, maybe we are. profi evo. they will have heard my blasphemies. the changes to the metric bar have arrived. now I have to think .... excuse me
 

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ok, maybe we are. profi evo. they will have heard my blasphemies. the changes to the metric bar have arrived. now I have to think .... excuse me
well, after 15 days of email today I wrote to battipav.
answer: we still don't know when the profi evo will go into production. :(
I have already sold the old profi 160
fortunately I told the buyer that I would deliver
only after buying the new one.
 

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