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Wetsaw/Bridge saw for stone tile cutting.

  • 16-06-2022 11:02am
    Registered Users Posts: 291 ✭✭

    Hope I'm in the right place!, I have just got an old KOLB wetsaw to cut bricks for a pizza oven, It is a really heavy duty piece of kit and was wondering if anyone has used one, ie best blades etc. 25mm shaft but all I can source are 25.4mm blades. This saw was badly abused over the years so I had to replace bearings etc. I intend to use it to cut the bricks for a dome oven then hopefully off load to someone else building a wood fired oven. All advice wwelcome, TIA


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,714 ✭✭✭ARGINITE

    Unless you want to recondition the saw as a project, would you not be better of with a grinder and diamond disc for cutting brick and tile?

  • Registered Users Posts: 1,194 ✭✭✭rje66

    Sometimes you can get shims to fill in the gap. It fits onto the shaft and disk fits on over shim. Failing thst try Accura , based close to red cow roundabout off M 50