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Author: Fred Kralowetz
Date: 8/6/2007 6:56 pm EDT
What is the best method for making non-linear cuts of Avaire tile so that the plastic base does not present a problem when using the multiple cut method with a wet saw. I am trying to make a circular cut around a toilet drain.
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Author: Krista Ebertowski
Date: 8/8/2007 11:05 am EDT
Dear Fred,
What a GREAT question!
Our technical advisor suggests using a 4" angle grinder with a dry cut diamond tipped blade.

Please let us know if you need additional assistance.

Krista
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Author: Fred
Date: 8/9/2007 10:47 am EDT
I received a very timely phone response to my inquiry from Mr. Fuller in which he recommended the 4" right-angle grinder with a diamond tip blade. This worked great for making the circular cut. Additionally, since I had a only a small number of straight cuts, I was able to use the grinder for all the straight cuts as well, thus saving the need to obtain a wet saw. Thanks for your great advice.
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Author: thomas owens
Date: 12/13/2007 12:21 am EDT


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What is the best method for making non-linear cuts of Avaire tile so that the plastic base does not present a problem when using the multiple cut method with a wet saw. I am trying to make a circular cut around a toilet drain.
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