|Item Weight||7.08 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.74 x 20.08 x 9.88 inches|
|Item model number||22650Q|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Blade Length||7 Inches|
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QEP 22650Q 650XT 3/4 HP 120-volt Tile Saw for Wet Cutting of Ceramic and Porcelain Tile
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|Blade Length||7 Inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15.74 x 20.08 x 9.88 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
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- Powerful 3/4 HP motor generates up to 3,600 RPM for the most demanding installation jobs
- Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone
- Durable steel table and frame with rubber foot pads for stability
- 8 in. table extension is included for use on either side to support large tiles when cutting
- Flat table design provides unlimited tile size for rip and diagonal cuts
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|Are batteries included?||No||No||No||No||No|
|Included Components||stand||bare-tool||bare-tool||PCE980 7in. Wet Tile Saw, 7 in. Porcelain Tile Blade, Miter Square, Blade Wrench||7-Inch Tile Cutter, 1 Spanner Wrench, 1 Nut Driver, 1 Instruction Manual|
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|Power Source||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric|
|Style||wet||Wet Tile Saw||Wet tile saw||wet tile saw||7-Inch wet tile saw|
|Voltage||120 volts||120.00 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120.00 volts|
The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw features a powerful 3/4 HP motor that generates up to 3,600 RPM to cut ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone. Its 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade is positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in. and the table tilts for 22.5-degree and 45-degree miter cuts. The saws durable steel table and frame have rubber foot pads for stability and its rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy. The water recirculation system and reservoir are designed to help keep your work area dry.
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This saw is extremely light and easy to move around from place to place. It comes with everything you need to.start working, and only took about ten minutes to set everything up. As far as operation, it's simple, as all uou do is add about two cups of water and start cutting.
The motor is 3/4 horsepower, but it does a good job cutting through standard tile, and will leave a smooth line each time. It also comes with a miter guage and a rip fence. I will say that the rip fence is a bit hare to line up as there is to much play, but one you get it where you want it, it will stay in place. If you have the fence off tilt just a bit, it may stall out the blade as it will wedge in you cut. I also like that it has anot extended pull out top for larger tile.
All in all, I am satisfied as I got the job done, and did not need to spend $500 on a saw. I recommend
P.so. this is also extremely easy to clean.
After using it on day 2, I find it much better. The stalling was mostly due to chips support for the saw cover causing the tile to shift a little which bound up the blade causing the stall. I now keep that area clean and the stalling is minimal. I still only give 4 stars because it's too hard to see the ruler.
Just started using it yesterday. I bought this model because it had the bigger motor but so far I'm disappointed because it stalls a lot doing easy straight cuts through 1/4 inch porcelain tiles. My old 4 inch saw didn't stall this easily. I'll use it some more and see if it gets better. Unfortunately I'm passed the return time or I would send it back.
Also the ruler doesn't have enough measurements on it. It should have 1/16 inch increments, but i just using my straight ruler and measure from the out side edge of the saw blade to set up the rip guide. So it's not a big issue just a comment.
Long Version: Very disappointed in the product. I thought I had a defective product - front of blade sitting 1/16th" offset from the back . Called QEP customer service hotline - left a message and one week now and no response. So I went to home depot to buy the exact same one again (did not want to waste 3 day weekend). Same problem - now offset was 1/8". Went back again to give it a third try - same problem. So have tried three different ones with the same problem with varying degree. Ended with Rigid overhead tile saw.
I am tiling the walls of a 32" x 60" shower using massive 12" x 24" Italian porcelain tiles so one might think that the cuts would be a challenge for a small saw. Not so. The table extension not only supports long tiles but it accepts mounting of the fence. I have turned out cuts from 2 to 21 inches with absolutely no problem. All it takes for the big cuts is shifting the fence to the extension and measuring from the opposite side of the blade.
Cutting operation is smooth and without issues. While this saw is not going to satisfy a tile professional, it is perfect for DIY projects. And I fully expect to clean the saw to near new condition and sell it used for half the price I paid.