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ARCUS® Curve Cutting System
Cutting a 15" curve in porcelain tile using a
ARCUS® 7" Premium Turbo Contoured Shaped
Masonry Diamond Blade gives you a clean cut.
The curve cut is being done on a 10" wet tile
saw, by following the radius line, and was
adapted. A Left Blade is being used since this
saw spins - clockwise revolutions.
ARCUS® 7" Masonry Blade is a Premium Turbo
Diamond Circular Saw Blade that has a contoured
shape. The faster, more efficient way to cut
curves in tile. A 15" radius is being cut in the
travertine tile, FAST, with an inside and outside
cut at the same time. Smallest radius cut on a tile
saw is 8"-10"depending on the wet tile and a jig
was used for the 8" cut. The curve cut is being
done on a 10" wet tile saw and a Left Blade is
being used since this saw spins - clockwise
Cutting an Inside and outside circle at the
same time saves time and material. ARCUS®
Masonry Contoured Premium Diamond Turbo 7"
Blade cuts ceramic, porcelain, travertine, and
stone tile. You can also you use this blade to
cut your cement or backer board. The curve
cut is a 15” radius and is being done on a
10" wet tile saw and a Left Blade is being
used since this saw spins - clockwise revolutions.
Cuts a curve inside and outside at the same time
in granite, ceramic porcelain, marble, travertine
and other stone tiles. It will quickly give you
a smooth and clean cut. Circular saw blade has a
contoured shape that cuts as fast as a regular
blade except it cuts an arc or curve. The ARCUS®
7" Masonry Blade, a Premium Turbo Diamond
Circular Saw Blade, has a 10 mm rim for a long
life. The curved cut is being done on a 10"
wet tile saw and a Left Blade is being used
since it spins - clockwise revolutions.
Videos: Cut curves in granite tile, marble tile, travertine tile on a wet saw.
Curve cut in porcelain tile with a 15" Radius
15" radius for a curve cut in travertine tile
How to cut a curve in pink Italian marble
Cut a curve in ¼" granite tile
Adapt a 10" wet tile saw for a 7" ARCUS®
Masonry Diamond Blade for cutting curves.
To convert the 10 "wet tile saw use a 7" ARCUS®
Masonry Diamond Blade a small shim is placed
on the arbor on one or both sides of the blade to
retain the shape of the blade.
Since the blade is 7" and the tile saw uses a 10"
blade a platform is used to raise the height.
By adjusting the bevel angle from 5-10 degrees
to offset the curve of the blade you can get a 90
degree clean edge cut. Each saw is different so
do a test cut for your saw to determine this.
Set the blade 1/16" below the tile when cutting.
Stand at the side of the wet tile saw that is
stationary while the tile is moved through the
rim of the blade.
This wet tile saw uses a RIGHT BLADE that
turns in counter-clockwise revolutions like
a direct drive or sidewinder circular saw.
NOTE: The Contoured Shaped Blade is the
reason that there is a LEFT and RIGHT BLADE.
If you flip the blade like a conventional flat bade
the shape is going the wrong direction.
Use a LEFT BLADE when the wet tile saw
spins-clockwise like a worm drive or hypoid
2 radii 8 inches were cut in a curve