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Ryobi WS721 3/4 HP 7 in. Wet Tile Saw

by Ryobi

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  • 3/4HP Motor
  • 16" Maximum Tile Cut Size
  • Stainless Steel Deck
  • 7" Blade
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Technical Details
Part Number WS7211
Item model numberWS721
Stylewet
Power Sourceac
Included Componentsbare-tool
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A6UYA14
Best Sellers Rank #71,428 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Date First AvailableNovember 13, 2012
  
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Product Description

The Ryobi 3/4 HP 7 in. Tile Saw brings portability to work with its compact size that is designed for fast and secure setup. The tile saw cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles up to 1-3/8 in. thick with ease and accuracy. This saw has a tilting stainless-steel table to allow bevel cuts at 22.5-degree and 45-degree angles. The saw features a rip guide that locks in place on the front and rear rails to ensure precision cuts that are straight every time. Powerful 120-volt motor cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tile Use to cut tiles up to 1-3/8 in. Thick with ease and accuracy Stainless-steel cutting table for durability Tilting cutting table allows precise 22.5- and 45-degree bevel cuts Mitre guide makes mitre cuts from 0 to 45 degrees Rip guide locks in place on the front and rear rails to ensure precision cuts that are straight every time Compact and portable tile saw designed for fast and secure setup MFG Brand Name : Ryobi MFG Model # : WS721 MFG Part # : WS721

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By Shaun M. on August 11, 2014
This wet saw works great once you get the hang of it. After seeing reviews I didn't try using the stock blade that comes with it and used a King Diamond blade instead. You have to push the tile slowly and let the blade do the work. You should also ensure the water trough has ample cool water. Pushing the tile too fast or not making straight cuts will lock up the blade since the motor is low HP. I was able to easily cut 16x16 tiles from any direction including freehand adjustments.
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