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Mac Allister MTC650 650W Electric Tile Cutter 220-240V (523FX)

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Mac Allister MTC650 650W Electric Tile Cutter 220-240V (523FX)

Wet and dry tile cutter suitable for cutting tile types such as ceramic, quarry, terracotta, slate, porcelain, marble, granite and limestone. Supplied with 45° mitre guide for internal and external corner joints.

  • Max. Cut Depth: 18mm
  • 650W Brushed Motor
  • Wet-Cutting Diamond Blade
  • ABS Table

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Mac Allister MTC650 650W Electric Tile Cutter 220-240V is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the money Only used this twice but seems to work bang on. Blade doesn't seem to chip the tiles much so I'm happy with it.
Date published: 2020-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tile Saw I've never used an electric tile saw before, but was at my wits' end trying to cut large tiles to fit around socket boxes, light switches etc. A good quality manual cutter, plus a bit of help from an angle grinder, was just no good. Each time I got near to achieving what I wanted, a piece of tile would randomly fly off! So I bought the Macallister; it did not let me down! It was a bit daunting seeing all the components in the box, but the reality is it can easily be put together in 15-20 minutes. And what a tool! Yes, it does spray you with water as you cut a tile, but the water is essential to keep both the cutting wheel and the tile cool, and a waterproof apron (or in my case a lighweight cagoule) helps enormously. Unfortunately, powered tile cutters do not give as neat a cut edge as the scoring and snapping method, but the results are entirely acceptable, and a bit of forethought as to whereabouts the cut edge(s) will be sited, means it's not really a massive problem, particularly when the speed, ease and accuracy of cutting is taken into account. One tip I'll happily pass on is, if cutting wall tiles, and a recess into a tile is necessary (e.g. for a socket) firstly make sure that the tiles are organised so that you'll be using two tiles (left and right) to 'cover' the socket box ( as it's impossible to cut the full hole out of a single tile). You can then make two sideways cuts into each tile, to the measured dimension, and then make cuts at approx 45 degrees to clean out the remaining middle segment of the tile, between the two initial cuts. (A good way to adjust the positions of the tiles on the wall is to start the 'run' with a half tile rather than a full one, if the former would result in a full one being located over a socket or switch.) I can't really comment on the machine's reliabilty yet, as it's only a couple of days old, but it seems really well made. PS: Make sure the water reservoir remains topped up, and swill it out after a half dozen or so cuts, as tile 'sludge' builds up during cutting.)
Date published: 2020-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for price The guide does not automatically ensure a square cut, you have to ensure it is parallel to the blade. I measured from guide to back and front edge of cutting disc, once tightened it is very solid. The measurement guides on the edges of machine are useless as they do not match front to back as the stickers have been attached in different positions. I do not recommend using indoors as water splashes everywhere. It is only good for straight cuts, cannot be used freehand to cut a tile that is wider at one end than the other. I used it to cut 300 x 600mm tiles. Good cutter for price and occasional use.
Date published: 2020-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid performer Initial impressions when I opened the box weren’t great - almost everything is plastic and the instructions aren’t great. But once it is assembled (thankfully a simple process) it is a solid machine that cuts decently. Like most tile saws you are going to get wet using this, especially if you fully fill the water tank. Make sure you don’t over fill as you’ll get wet feet as the overflow is straight out the bottom! During use I found that the cleaner edge tends to be on the ‘waste’ side (right) so bear this in mind if you need a clean cut. The parallel guide is solid once tightened but doesn’t run in a slot so you need to check it with a square. This is made trickier by the sloped edges of the machine but doesn’t tend to be too much of an issue. My only niggle with the machine is that there is a strengthening ridge on the underside of the guard that catches whenever you start feeding a tile in. 5 minutes with a file should fix this but it is an oversight that should have been spotted in testing. Overall a great machine for the price that should last for years.
Date published: 2020-02-27
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Face up or down

Hi, which is the best way to cut ceramic wall tiles, face up or face down?
Asked by: JayPea24
Hello JayPea24, It is recommend to have the finished side faceing down, this will help to avioid chipping the tile. Thank you for using Q&A SW
Answered by: SWake
Date published: 2020-08-05

will this cutter cut glass tiles. Are replacement blades readily available.

Asked by: johnw13
Hello johnw13, Using an appropriate blade, yes it will cut glass and there are replacement blades available. Thank you for using Q&A (CW)
Answered by: Cwalm
Date published: 2020-04-01

Whats the max size of tile you can cut? can i cut a 600 x 600 floor tile?

Asked by: Coops666
Hello manufactures instructions state Maximum size of working piece should be 1m². Thanks for using Q&A
Answered by: 18stevom
Date published: 2020-08-14

Is this cutter suitable for cement roof tiles?

Asked by: Rfp78
Hello No would not be suitable. Thanks for using Q&A
Answered by: 18stevom
Date published: 2019-09-03

Will this machine be suitable to cut 60x60 porcelain tiles?

Asked by: Ash1eigh
Hi Ash1eigh, This really depends on the thickness of the porcelain tiles and the blade you use. Thank you for using Q&A.
Answered by: DGIFF
Date published: 2020-07-26
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Specification
Bevel Angles 0-45 °
Blade Description Wet-Cutting Diamond Blade
Blade Diameter 180 mm
Brand Mac Allister
Carry Case/Bag Included No
Cutting Depth Capacity 13 mm
Cutting Depth Capacity 13 mm
Disc Bore Size 22.2 mm
Manual or Powered Powered
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Max. Cut Depth 18 mm
Model No MTC650
No Load Speed 5500 rpm
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Plug Included Includes Plug.
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 650 W
Power Supply Electric
Power Voltage Supply 220-240 V
Product Type Tile Cutter
Table Length 360 mm
Table Width 330 mm
Total Product Weight 7.6 kg

Product contents

MTC650 and wrenches (2).

Downloads

Instruction Manual