Mac Allister Heavy Duty 600mm Tile Cutter

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Mac Allister Heavy Duty 600mm Tile Cutter

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Mac Allister Heavy Duty 600mm Tile Cutter



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This Mac Allister Heavy duty 600mm tungsten carbide tile cutter with it's 22mm cutting wheel, is suitable for cutting ceramic, quarry, porcelain, vitrified and terracotta tiles and will give you precise cuts in tiles up to 14mm thick.

  • Guarantee - 2 years

Features and Benefits

  • This tile cutter includes an angle cutting guide and extension arm
  • This cutting wheels are replaceable with YG6X, 22 x 6 x 2mm

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister Heavy Duty 600mm Tile Cutter
Brand Mac Allister
Model 8106D-4
Maximum cutting capacity 14mm
Maximum cutting length at 45° bevel 420mm
Blade tip type Tungsten carbide
Weight 6.8kg

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