dunno what saw _you_ saw in home depot, but the only one they have here is
$800+. 'course, you can rent it for $20 a day, with an $800 deposit. on
the plus side, the thing cuts _great_. I see them in harbor freight all
the time, I'm thinking about buying one from them. I don't use it for
more than one or two projects a year either, but when I do need it, I
can't drive 45 min to h.d. every time I need a compound cut. the last
ptoject had about 20 tiles with those freaky curved poly-radii cuts--my
mom wanted them to wrap around a tub in her house, among other things.
On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, Eric J Russell wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I find myself doing ceramic tile jobs occasionally (once or twice a
> year). I am wondering if anyone has experience with a home-owner type
> of 'wet saw'. I have seen this item in Home Depot (I forget the
> price). I would appreciate your feed back if you have owned/used this
> Generally I would rent a tool I use only once or twice in a
> *lifetime*. If I see a need for it once or twice a *year*, I think its
> worth owning. Is this tool more toy than tool?
> Thanks in advance.
> Eric J Russell
> Bridgewater, MA