Stationary tile saws differ from gliding and bridge tile saws in that you feed the tile into the blade by hand—there’s no table or rail system on which to guide the tile. These saws resemble table saws in that they consist of a flat table top with a blade coming out.
Because of the layout, it can be more difficult to get a straight cut due to not having the blade above the tile and the friction between the tile and the table. However, stationary tile saws are lightweight and portable. They can be set up on any bench or sawhorses and moved as needed. For small jobs, these saws are a great value.
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