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Ryobi TC400 Handheld Tile Saw
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TC400 Handheld Tile Saw

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The Ryobi Handheld Tile Saw features a powerful 11 Amp motor and a diamond powder-coated cutting wheel to help you cut through ceramic, granite, marble, slate and masonry while weighing just 8 lbs. for ease of use. Oversize knobs help you easily make depth of cut and bevel adjustments with bare or gloved hands, while the detachable 12 ft. water supply hose and faucet adapter offer convenient use around the house.

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Does this come with a blade?

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November 28, 2014
Does this come with a blade? And does this come with a storage tool box?
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December 18, 2014
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Yes, I has a blade. No Storage box though, most dont come with one.
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December 3, 2014
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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Yes, it comes with one 4 inch blade."
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can i change blade to cut wood?

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November 1, 2014
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December 18, 2014
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If you really wanted to You probably could find a blade to fit, but you don't want to. The saw was designed to cut tile and spins at a much higher RPM than something made for wood. You might want to look into a Dremel Saw Max It has blades for both tile and wood, and was designed that way.
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November 2, 2014
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Yes you can
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how much granite can this cut?

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Davie, FL
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December 7, 2015
I have a 72" X 24" countertop that I want to cut. It is approx 1" thick and I'll have to cut all sides. Can this saw handle it?
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December 9, 2015
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Hi Ave. At 0 degrees the depth of cut is 1-1/16 inch, but it only cuts 3/4 inch at a 45 degree angle. We would not suggest this unit if you plan on cutting at the 45 degree angle.
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Can you cut out the middle of a tile with this saw?

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Raleigh, NC
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April 22, 2015
I need to cut out a 4 x 4 square in a tile...does anyone have a suggestion. Everytime I try it with my wet saw it breaks in the same place.
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Can you give me a few more details, please? What size is the tile? Are you trying to cut the 4X4 from the middle or closer to one edge? What type of tile is it? Clay, masonry, ceramic, porcelain? What type of surface are you laying the tile on to attempt the cut? When is the tile breaking in the process. At the beginning or when you are almost finished?
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TC400 Handheld Tile Saw is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some design problems Some design issues: 1. The spindle has a reverse thread screw which must be removed to change the blade. The screw head has an unusually shallow height, and the provided hex wrench barely can fit onto the screw head. After using the saw, it is very likely that the screw head will be slightly worn from occasionally rubbing against the masonry. The screw will become impossible to remove because one cannot get a wrench or socket on the screw head. 2. The water kit uses a regulator which fits onto a garden hose and provides a low pressure water flow to the wet saw. If the water supply is set to more than the slightest crack on, then it ruins the regulator (whioh then starts to pour water out the side). The manual does not offer any advice about how to set the water pressure. The manual does say that the water pressure must never be set to full, but this is not enough information. In fact, the regulator is ruined if the supply water pressure valve is even halfway open. The supply valve must be opened only the very slightest crack.
Date published: 2012-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast and perfect cut!!! I bought this saw to cut and remove previously installed broken floor pieces. This saw uses water and the dust is to much less than when cutting whit a regular grinder. The final result is fantastic. Fast and perfect cut. Just be sure that when you install the blade, it is centered.
Date published: 2010-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best for the money I needed something to cut a radius on the ceramic tile and came accross this unit which did a fast easy accurate job. It performed better than expected and I didn't need to pull out the table saw this did it all. Ryobi did this right. The only con would be is that I had to set up a work area or surface so not to get the area muddy from the continous running water which wasn't much but added up in time. All in all it was the tool I needed for the radious that I had to cut.
Date published: 2010-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tile saw I bought this saw for my first official tile job, my kitchen backsplash. without knowing anything about it except that its a wet saw and I could cut glass tile amongst other types. I own a ryobi table saw and for my occassional work around my house it held up really well, so I trust the quality. setting it up was ok. out of box, easy but deciding where you want to use it required a few trips to hardware and plumbing stores. middle of a harsh winter the hose outside was frozen so I had to cut in my walkin shower and attach the hose via an adapter to my shower head. Take note, luckily I read reviews before my attempt at tiling. open the faucet a hair! no more, all you need is a trickle to feed the hose and you won't have the problem that a previous reviewer had. a few clamps and a thin piece of wood to clamp the tile works wonders along with blue taping the cut. I did this and also had many successful cuts using my hand and/or without the tape. bottom line is if you have a solid hand with a circular saw there is no end with the ability of this saw. I used it on linear mosaic tile. Large tile it would be a breeze! Triple thumbs up
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still impressed I originally bought this saw to cut 5/8" glass, did that very nicely. This past week I had come tile cuts to make around electrical boxes. I did not hook up the water this time since I was only making a few, small cuts with plenty of time for the blade to cool down. Straight cuts are no problem, I did several plunge cuts and even could use the blade to round out pieces like using a grinder with no issues. For such a small saw it actually has a ton of power, if our not careful when pulling the trigger it will jerk a bit like a full size. It's one of those tools I may not use all the time, but when I need it I have it, Its a life saver and is one of those tools you can brag about to the guys.
Date published: 2014-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw for the price! I purchased this saw as an alternative to renting a wet saw while I put up my backsplash. The backsplash had glass tile, stone and metal inserts and the saw had no problem making great cuts through all of the material. Was also very easy to use to make tight cuts like cutting out he boxes for switches and the receptacles. Great product and would recommend to anyone who needs a great wet/dry saw.
Date published: 2014-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pave Stone This little hand held wet saw worked great for me and my project. I paved my backyard patio area with PaveStone pavers and I used this saw to make all the cuts using one blade. The pavers are about 2.5inches thick so I had to make two cuts to get thru the 50 pavers I had to cut with the 4inch blade. I tried cutting the pavers dry but that took a lot longer and the blade got real hot. The water makes a big difference. This was a lot cheap option than buying or renting a larger wet saw. It is alittle messy when wet cutting so you need to be outside or in an area that your not worried about getting things dirty. It's loud too you might need hearing protection and be sure and wear safety glasses.
Date published: 2014-09-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hard to change blade this saw has plenty of power and the extra long water line is a nice addition. Water valve is brass not cheap plastic. I've been cutting cement block for a retaining wall so already been thru a number of blades. but there is no shaft lock so it is a two wrench operation to change the blade, so hard to get the leverage. And now the head on the bolt is striped so can't get the blade off.
Date published: 2014-06-02
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