Tile Cutters, Manual Breaker Bar Tile Cutting
Ceramic tile cutters use a scoring wheel to score the tile, which is then snapped by a lever to make a perfectly split tile. A tile cutting tool is sometimes a better choice for smaller jobs with no noise and less clean up. We now offer porcelain tile cutters for even the hardest tiles. Shop the available tile cutters for sale below. Trying for a perfectly split tile? Well, our ceramic tile cutting tools use a scoring wheel to score the tile and is then snapped by a lever.
Read More This creates a perfectly split tile, just right. Tile cutting tools are sometimes a better choice for smaller jobs with NO noise and they require much less clean up. Browse our selection of tile cutting tools for sale below!
A high quality multi-purpose tile cutter capable of cutting most tile including ceramic and porcelain materials.Max Rip Cut: 20" TileMax Diagonal Cut: 16" Tile Learn More
Taylor Tools Pressure Roller #L140.161. 28MM silicone roller with ball bearings. Learn More
A multi-purpose cutter for most tile including ceramic and porcelain materials of up to 24 inches.Max Rip Cut: 24" TileMax Diagonal Cut: 18" Tile Learn More
An installer-grade tile cutter perfect for mid-size cutting applications where precision and accuracy is a must.Max Rip Cut: 20" TileMax Diagonal Cut: 14" Tile Learn More
A ceramic tile cutter is a manual tool that is used for making straight, short cuts on tile up to about 1/2 inch thick. Tile cutters are the smallest, safest and most cost effective way of cutting tile, but are slow and require a good amount of manual labor to make a large quantity of cuts. To make a cut you would place a tile in the cutter and use the overhead arm to make the cutter head that contains a scoring wheel to slide it across the tile surface. The cutter head is pushed down so the wheel contacts with the top of the tile, then it is drawn multiple times over the tile to make a score cut mark. Once the scoring is done further pressure is place on the cutter so the tile will begin to snap along the score mark. The edge may be slightly rough and might need to be sanded up with a grinding stone.