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Aston

can anybody reply with any info on sigma wet saws

ie price per model.......
9L2

9P

9D1 / 9D6
9M1 / 9m6
10m / 10m9


pro's and cons??
where to buy is a big help!

they seem a bit elusive to find on google, so any contribution to this thread will be of real help to anybody thinking of buying a sigma wet saw..

i know joe hillhead has a 10m and andy carroll (tiler not lfc player has the 9m so thats about it really.
maybe we could start a dewalt revolt and get everybody onto sigma ;0) oh no, what have i started now:smilewinkgrin:
 
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Aston

hi derek
paste the link from you tube and then hit the 2nd to last icon above (the movie reel) and paste the link onto the that
 
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White Room

On u-tube click the share button and cut and paste, on here there are icons above...far right and theres an icon that looks like film and click on that and then paste and click ok...
 
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Sigma UK

10M9 with unlimited cutting lengths. Just remove the one guide bar and use the flat guide on top then push the tile through on the sliding bed. This table top cutter has a 3hp motor!. comes complete with a diamond blade good for 1500sqm of porcelain. This is our "top" machine also comes with folding legs to sit the cutter on.

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Sigma UK

Not sure if im allowed to mention prices and places? I will say they are not cheap But you get what you pay for with these machines and those who own them will never give em up. They last a lifetime if you look after them and the motors are spot one with no over heating on long cuts and no wobble. I'm sure Dave can tell me if i can mention prices etc...:thumbsup: These machines are going out the door in larger numbers now and to date have had only good feedback about them. In fact im that sure of the machines maybe we could let someone trusted on the forum to put it through its paces. I have a demo 9P machine that i use for loans.
 
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DHTiling

Very tasty looking wet saw...
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I gather that the blade guard lifts away and you can get wider tiles etc..?
 
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DHTiling

Not sure if im allowed to mention prices and places? I will say they are not cheap But you get what you pay for with these machines and those who own them will never give em up. They last a lifetime if you look after them and the motors are spot one with no over heating on long cuts and no wobble. I'm sure Dave can tell me if i can mention prices etc...:thumbsup: These machines are going out the door in larger numbers now and to date have had only good feedback about them. In fact im that sure of the machines maybe we could let someone trusted on the forum to put it through its paces. I have a demo 9P machine that i use for loans.


The 10m is around £1600 , is that right..?
 
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Aston

any rough ideas about the price of the 9p, just a approx? was looking at getting a rubi nd200 but i wont commit until ive weighed up my options regarding the sigmas...i thought the little 9l2 looked ok too..
 
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Sigma UK

Thats right Dave. The bed will slide through to a certain length then you simply pull the tile through. It doesn't heat up over long tiles and the spray on all machines is so small.
 
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DHTiling

any rough ideas about the price of the 9p, just a approx? was looking at getting a rubi nd200 but i wont commit until ive weighed up my options regarding the sigmas...i thought the little 9l2 looked ok too..


Around the £1200 mark Ed, well thats what i have seen them for..
 
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Sigma UK

The 9P is around the £700 or so all the way up to £1600 for the 10M9. We do have the mini jolly which is alot cheaper but it's not like the other machines. I would say to anyone take a look if you can or get some feedback from another tiler who uses or has used the Sigma cutter for a honest view.

Standard with all our machines comes a top end diamond blade so no need to purchase or upgrade your blade. They don't have any pumps to get clogged up and the motors are solid.
 
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Aston

now thats more like it del!! £700 is good for that 9P.
it kinda double up as a couple of saws in one. i know it dosent have a plunge facility but that easily got round. anyway, food for thought..

i'm off now, the mrs has got that george clooney film, the descendants and if i dont go now, she's threatened to cut my jacobs off and daves ;0) night night boys
 
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DHTiling

The 9P is around the £700 or so all the way up to £1600 for the 10M9. We do have the mini jolly which is alot cheaper but it's not like the other machines. I would say to anyone take a look if you can or get some feedback from another tiler who uses or has used the Sigma cutter for a honest view.

Standard with all our machines comes a top end diamond blade so no need to purchase or upgrade your blade. They don't have any pumps to get clogged up and the motors are solid.

Better price than i thought and what i have seen online.. so not bad then.
 
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Peter

Know a tiler who has been using a 9P for the last 15 years or so and all it's needed has been a new blade every few years. The 10M is the one to go for if it's sheer grunt you're after, 9P isn't overly powerful but good well built reliable saw.
 
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Sigma UK

Yeah its a funny one. When i first looked at the brochure it doesn't do them jutice. The matt size is 43 etc.. but they cut can cut most sizes with no problem. you just need to push it through.
 
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just seen this.
i havea 9m and a 10m and have had them for probably over 15 years and still going.
havent been able to pull the top of table off for some years though.
trimline put in special order for me for the 10m.
i was looking at other saws recently with them and trimline were best priced of everyone for raimondi zoe so they are worth calling about sigma.
if you have a few mins ed, could you call me as i want advice on which sigma snap cutter to go for and i know you love your tools
 
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Sigma UK

One thing about the 10M9 i have to say is that it's not a small cutter. Although its compact unless you built like Arnold swarfega then its a two man job. It arrives on its own pallet and although the design is simple all the weight is down to the 3hp Induction motor. It has a 300/330 blade good for 1500sqm of porc and will let you cut unlimited lengths using the top guide rail. There is no blade wobble or overheating with these machines and there all built to last a long time.
 
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Sigma UK

They are nice Dave. Real strong piece of kit to have but if your mainly doing porc then it might be a bit too much. Most of the people who own one of these do mainly granite, Marble and stone. Cutting porc on this is like cutting ceramics.
 
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Sigma UK

The 9P is the smallest cutter we do so it won't be winning to many awards. The 10M9 however seems to be the most popular and the spec on it is high.
 
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Sigma UK

Well the 10m has a 3hp motor, 300/330mm blade, unlimited cutting lengths, strong build and simple design so it works straight from the box and it won't leave a massive puddle on the floor. Might be a bit too much for everyday work though as it's nearly the same size as a pallet?. It's our most popular machine though. those who buy one normally work alot with natural stone products.
 

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