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Tile Cutters
Tile Cutters

TILE cutting solutions 

TILER Tile Cutters are available in various models to cater to different needs. They feature metal alloy materials as well as aluminum alloy materials, and come with both single-rail sliding system and double-rail sliding system. We offer machines suitable for standard tile sizes such as 24 inches and 32 inches, as well as machines designed for large-sized tiles like 72 inches or even up to 144 inches. We have options suitable for DIY installers as well as machines specifically designed for professional installers.
TILER not only provides tile cutters but also offers comprehensive technical support and after-sales service. We are committed to establishing long-term partnerships with our customers, working together to drive the development of the tile industry and providing high-quality cutting solutions to users.

Cutting Object

Glazed ceramic tiles
Glazed ceramic tiles
Polished porcelain tiles
Polished porcelain tiles
Microcrystalline stone tiles
Microcrystalline stone tiles

Cutting Type

tile cutter Straight cut
Straight cut
tile cutter diagnal cut
Diagnal cut
tile cutter Individuation cut
Individuation cut


ceramic cutter supplier
Adjust the folding guide according to the tile's width or angle.
ceramic tile cutter factory in China
· Place tile in cutter.
· For parallel cut, place the tile against the front fence & the other edge against the folding guide.
· For angle cut, place the corner of the tile in the central gap of the fence & the edge against the folding guide

precise tile cutter supply
Place the blade at the rear edge of the tile with the breaker bar facing upward. Apply medium pressure to slide the blade forward by pushing forward the handle.
Make sure to score a complete line on the tile in one continuous motion.
professional tile cutter producer
Lift the handle to release the breaker bar.
tile cutter wholesale
Pull back the breaker(0.2"-0.4") from the edge then to make the breaker bar lay on the tile.
precision tile cutting machine distributor
Press down the handle with increasing pressure until the tile breaks off.

raptor series tile cutter technical feature

Newly Upgraded Extended Ergonomic Handle
Newly Upgraded Extended Ergonomic Handle
Fully Enclosed, Maintenance-free, Dust-free Sliding System
Fully Enclosed, Maintenance-free, Dust-free Sliding System
Durable sliding guide rail that remains deformation-free over time

Durable sliding guide rail that remains deformation-free over time

Patented technology lockable breaker

Patented technology lockable breaker

Precision machining with both metric and imperial stop gauge

Precision machining with both metric and imperial stop gauge

Convenient transport wheels

Convenient transport wheels

Laser positioning for more precise cutting
Laser positioning for more precise cutting 
45-degree angle locator for diagonal cutting
45-degree angle locator for diagonal cutting 
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TILE CUTTER Information

In 1999, JohnTools exported its first Tile Cutter to Poland. Today, TILER is a leading provider of Tile Cutters, offering a wide range of products that meet the needs of professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.

Whether you are working on a small home renovation or a large commercial project, TILER has the perfect tool for the job. From manual cutters to electric cutters, diamond blades to tile spacers, TILER has everything you need to ensure that your tiling project is a success. TILER's commitment to innovation and quality ensures that its products are always at the forefront of the industry, providing users with the most efficient and effective tools available.

With TILER, you can be confident that you are getting the best quality tools and accessories for your tiling projects. TILER's extensive range and commitment to excellence make them the go-to brand for professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike. So whether you are a seasoned pro or just getting started, trust TILER for all your tiling needs.
Cutting a ceramic tile takes just a few seconds compared to using an electric cutter. In addition, manual tile cutters are clean to work with, as they produce minimal mess since they don't require water or create dust.

Another advantage of using a manual tile cutter is that it doesn't require electricity, meaning that you can work anywhere on the job site without needing a power source nearby. Unlike power tools, manual tile cutters don't require water cooling, providing a great level of autonomy while working in any location, without the need for a water supply or creating a wet or dirty surrounding area. Therefore, manual tile cutters are reliable tools, providing the ability to make accurate and clean cuts on any kind of ceramics, including porcelain, which is a common material used in tiling projects.

One interesting point about manual tile cutters is the low cost of consumables. Scoring wheels are long-lasting and low-cost tools that can be used to make many cuts in a cheap and easy way. In addition, they are very easy to replace on TILER manual tile cutters, allowing you to change the scoring wheel whenever you need a different type or when it wears out.

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