I am a remodeler and don't do a lot of tile, but get a small job that is not worth subing out. Is there a trick to cutting odd shapes in ceramic tile. I have seen the rotozips being used before and they even advertise the tile cutting bit, but it burns up in about 1" of cutting on ceramic. I have used it with great success with the 4" bathroom wall tiles, but they are obviously a lot softer material. Is ther any tricks to cutting curves or odd shapes (ex. toilet flanges). I realize that with toilet flanges most people just rough cut. Its not pretty, but it gets coverd by the toilet. Well what if your cut is not going to be covered and you need a clean curve. Any suggestions?
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Cutting Odd Shapes In Ceramic Tile