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Alpha AWS-125 5" Stone Cutter

by Alpha

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  • Has the ability to accept a curve cutting blade.
  • Equipped with a high quality water-feed system.
  • Built-in GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter).
  • Able to provide perfect straight cuts
  • It may be used free hand and either wet or dry.
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Alpha AWS-125 5" Stone Cutter + 5" Premium Dry or Wet Cutting Turbo Rim Diamond Saw Blade with 7/8" or 5/8" Arbor for Masonry + 5" Diamond Contour blade / T Segmented / Curve Cutting Blade for Granite Sink Holes
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number AWS-125
Item Weight14 pounds
Item model numberAFAWS-125
Stylewet
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
  
Additional Information
ASINB0040Z94AI
Best Sellers Rank #125,002 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 30, 2007
  
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Product Description

Wet stone cutter can easily cut through 1-5/8" material.
Built-in water feed system. Side handle for more stability
12,000 RPM. 10 AMP, Weight 7.2 lbs
Includes storage case included.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gin0M on June 1, 2014
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Awesome granite countertop cutting tool. This saw is great if you are cutting prefabricated granite blanks or just general granite slab trimming. Will accept a curved blade for vanity sink cut outs. This machine comes with some goodies like a rip fence, handle, water attachment and a storage box (that is impossible to stuff the tool back into). You'll need to supply your own blade.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Toolman on July 29, 2014
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I bought one of these last year for cutting large flagstones (Colorado red sandstone) to precise shapes. I have owned two Ryobi (Home Depot) 4.5" diameter saws that are similar, pretty good little saws for the price but they have both had the flimsy little (non-replaceable) water fitting for blade cooling break almost immediately upon use. This saw is a different story. It is very sturdy, and powerful. An added benefit for me is that it cuts completely through many of the flags that the Ryobi only cut part way through - added depth of cut is more than half the difference in blade diameters for some reason. I am cutting large (up to 36 x 36 x 1 3/4) sheets of flagstone into polygon shapes, and this saw has never overheated or malfunctioned. The only drawback I notice when cutting freehand is that it's not easy to stay on my marks. I use a thick segmented blade, which wanders easily, and in front of the blade (which you can't see from above) the shoe just has an upturned projection off to the right side of the blade - no inscribed marks that you could use for aiming a little more precisely . The result is that I have to back up frequently and see how I'm doing, then adjust my cutting path. I'd also note that 5" blades are an unusual size and harder to find than 4.5" blades. You won't find them in a hardware or a big box store.
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By GeoffyGeoff on September 30, 2014
Very pleased with this little powerhouse. A solid motor yet not too heavy. (Not light though, but this is a saw for serious folk, so it's hardly a concern.) The only thing that could improve this saw was if it had some sort of blade guard like most circular saws, that once cutting is done, sprung back into place.

Im using a turbo continuous diamond blade to cut 1 to 1.5 inch bluestone (this easily can do 1.5 in one pass, but to save the blade, you should do two cuts) and having no problems at all. Very easy to cut straight lines even without the guide attached.

The water hose connector works fairly simply, and is adjustable in a way that allows you to get enough water, but not too much. You really only need to put in on a little bit, otherwise too much water can come out. Of course, the water mixes with the cut stone and makes an almost claylike material that you want to make sure doesnt gunk up your saw. So you do have to stay on top of maintenance after each cut.

Came with an extra set of internal stones, and was fairly easy to secure the blade on the flange with the included tools.

The carry case is a plus.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Schiltz on October 15, 2013
I just rec'd this saw today and there are two things that I would like to point out to potential buyers. One, there IS a plastic case for this included. It's an adequate case and nice to have to store and protect the saw. The other is that there IS NOT a blade of any sort included (shows one in the pic) so you will have to get one separately. The saw feels heavy and appears to be well-built. I will update with the performance as soon as I start my granite counter-top project.

Update... I have used the saw a few times now and it works just fine. I have made straight and curved cuts using a contour blade. Your setup is most important step cutting is the easy part got a reasonably straight lines using a metal bar clamped to granite. So it does what it's supposed to do.
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