Cutting tile with a dry cut angle grinder can be a challenging task, but with the right technique and tools, it can be done efficiently. Here are the steps to cut tile on a dry cut angle grinder:


  • Tile
  • Dry cut diamond blade
  • Angle grinder
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • Safety glasses
  • Dust mask
  • Clamp


  1. Measure and mark the tile - Use a measuring tape to measure the length you need to cut on the tile. Mark the tile with a pencil where you need to cut it.

  2. Secure the tile - Use a clamp to hold the tile securely in place. This will help prevent the tile from moving or vibrating during the cutting process.

  3. Put on safety gear - Wear safety glasses and a dust mask to protect yourself from dust and debris.

  4. Attach the dry cut diamond blade - Attach the dry cut diamond blade to the angle grinder. Make sure it's securely fastened to the grinder.

  5. Cut the tile - Turn on the angle grinder and slowly guide the blade into the tile. Use a smooth and steady motion to cut through the tile. Let the blade do the work, and avoid applying too much pressure.

  6. Check the cut - Inspect the cut to ensure it's clean and precise. If necessary, use a diamond file or sandpaper to smooth out any rough edges.

  7. Clean up - Turn off the angle grinder and clean up any dust or debris that has accumulated. Use a damp cloth to wipe down the tile and remove any remaining dust.

By following these steps, you can safely and effectively cut tile on a dry cut angle grinder. Remember to take your time and use caution to avoid any accidents or injuries.

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