Product: 5223 Gemini Revolution XT Curve Cutting Saw
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Description: Gemini Revolution XT Tile Saw We do not recommend this saw for straight cuts Cuts a radius, curve or straight line!
Gemini Revolution Tile Saw FAQ
- 10" Diamond Ring ring blade cuts up to 2" thick materials
- The Ring Blade has no center giving you the ability to cut intricate designs and tight radius cuts as small as 1/2"
- Has 5 times more power (torque) than other 1.5 hp saws!
- Weight: 39 lbs
- 1 hp, 115V, high torque motor
- Makes curved cuts in 2" granite!
- Two year warranty
Q: Where is the water pump?
A: There is no pump with a ring saw. Because the belt that drives the blade also picks up and delivers water to the cut, there is no need for one.
Q: What is a Ring Saw?
A: A Ring Saw is a unique, patented saw, combining the best qualities of a band saw and radial saw.
Q: What does the Ring Saw cut?
A: The Ring Saw will cut any hard material including stone, granite, marble, glass, shell, non ferrous metals, acrylic, and plexiglass.
Q: How can diamond blades cut hard materials but do not cut skin?
A: Skin bounces off of the diamond's riding over the bumps, but hard materials can not bounce so they get cut.
Q: What is the difference between a Ring Saw and a band saw?
A: Ring Saw's spin in a perfect circle and cut in all directions. Band saws travel in an ellipse, can cut basically forward like a polliwog travels.
Q: What is the difference between a Ring Saw and a reciprocating saw?
A: Ring Saws cut while spinning in a perfect circle, so there is little or no vibration while cutting. Jig saws vibrate cut on the up stroke causing delicate pieces to break and wear out much more quickly than Ring Saws.
Q: Do I have to use water with my Ring Saw?
A: Always use water.
Q: When should I replace my wear parts?
A: The average life of the drive belt is two to three blades.
The Revolution blades are very similar to the solid 10" diameter blades you will find on most wet saws. The difference is that our blades have no center, giving you the ability to not only cut straight lines but also make tight radius cuts. Because we run our blades at a much slower R.P.M. than the average wet saw but with far more torque, they give the user a much higher quality cut with far less chipping and in some cases superior blade life.