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6 in. x 3/8 in. Demi Bull Nose Profile Wheel for Tile Edge Profiling

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  • High-grade diamond crystals for better performance
  • Recommended for wet use with adequate water
  • Great for marble, granite and tile edge profiling
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Product Details

Archer USA provides premium quality profile wheel 6 in. It is designed for delivering the highest profiling performance and long life at an affordable price. This 3/8 in. Demi bull nose profile wheel is optimized for marble, granite and tile edge profiling.
  • Ideal for both professional contractors and DIY users
  • Grade diamond crystals for high sawing performance
  • Special bond for marble, granite, tile profiling
  • Wet use recommended
  • 100# grit
  • 6 in. x 5/8 in. arbor
  • Max. RPM 10,000
  • American designed tools made in China
  • For table saw only
  • Return Policy
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can this fit and work with a angle grinder
by|Apr 24, 2019
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A:  It wants to be wet and you would need a very steady hand for a pretty finish so I would not recommend it even if it fit.

by|Sep 17, 2019

A:  No you do not want to use a grinder. It may go better on a wet saw.

by|Apr 24, 2019

    A:  No, it cannot fit in and work with an angle grinder.

    by|Apr 24, 2019
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      Q:Will this put a bullnose on 1/4” tile?
      by|Mar 7, 2019
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      A:  Yes. You need to adjust the depth of cut to just kiss the face of the tile and the blade will be slightly more than an 1/8 inch into the groove below the tile resulting in a 3/8 inch radius arc centered an 1/8 inch below your tile but rounding the edge nicely.

      by|Sep 17, 2019

      A:  If your machine allows you to adjust blade level that may help. But as mentioned below do your trials on a scrap piece first.

      by|Oct 4, 2020

        A:  Technically yes, the thickness shouldn't matter because you can't do it in one pass. You will need to use multiple passes taking off small amounts each time. There is a learning curve so you might want to start by using one or more test piece's to get the feel for how it works. You may also need to keep adjusting the blade height to get the full bullnose depth. You can also do it freehand without the table like I did to get it to round over the edge better, just be sure to keep the piece moving without stopping. I used this method to bullnose all the edges in my walk-in shower including pony wall, niches, shelves and about 30 ft. of base board tile and the blade performed very well.

        by|Mar 8, 2019
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          Q:Will this work in a saw that typically takes 10 inch blades? The saw can handle a thicker blade,...
          by|Jul 25, 2017
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          A:  I used it on my 10" Harbor Freight along with a block to raise my cutting surface. I had to tweak the spray nozzles to hit the blade correctly since they were set for a thin 10" blade.

          by|Sep 17, 2019

          A:  Works fine in my MK 10" saw. All I have to do is partially unscrew the tang that holds the saw head at the correct height for a 10" blade, rotate the tang 90°, and lower the wheel to the proper height for the bullnose.

          by|Jul 26, 2017

          A:  It worked on my 10 inch Felker. I don't know about any others

          by|Sep 1, 2017
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          Q:Will this work on a Rigid R4030 wet saw with a 7" blade?
          by|Jun 12, 2017
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          A:  It should work fine. You will have to adjust the height for the smaller diameter blade. The saw I used was equipped with a 10" blade and it still worked fine.

          by|Apr 10, 2018

          A:  Yes, but you will not be able to close the guard because of the blade's thickness.

          by|Nov 26, 2020

          A:  It will not fit on an Rigid R4031S without spaces to keep the blade from rubbing (destroying) the inside of the saw cover. And you won't be able to close the outer cover once you do have spacers...

          by|Nov 9, 2022
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            Customer Reviews

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            I used this on my 10" Harbor Freight tile saw along with a block to raise the tile. I had to twe...
            I used this on my 10" Harbor Freight tile saw along with a block to raise the tile. I had to tweak the water spray to hit the blade correctly. I only had a few feet of granite tile edge to profile and this blade did it quickly as expected. It is 100 grit and that was not smooth enough for a nice polish so wet polishing pads were necessary to get the final look I wanted. The photo is a 3/8 inch thick granite tile rounded with the blade and you can see the whitish haze that is the surface finish left by the saw and a small section polished a little with 400 grit. If your setup is square the saw cuts uniformly and about as quick as cutting wood in a table saw.
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            The profiling wheel from Archer solved a design problem by letting me bull nose tiles of all size...
            The profiling wheel from Archer solved a design problem by letting me bull nose tiles of all sizes not just the ones available from the manufacturer. It cut cleanly and easily. It also arrived promptly after I ordered it. My shower's niches, shelves and columns look sharp. I'm happy I bought this blade.
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            This tile cutter worked GREAT!
            My husband and I decided to make our own bullnose on the tile we purchased from Homedepot for our master bath remodel. We had to make about 5 passes to make the bull nose and then we sanded it with 250 grit sandpaper. If you cut the edge at a 45 degree you only have to take about 3 passes. We cut our tile on the $100 tile saw from Homedeport. Be sure and keep water in the saw.
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              I needed bullnose and they did not sell bullnose in the the tiles I was purchasing. My only solution was to make my own. You do need a mid to large wet saw, but with a little practice it worked great. Plus, it was about half the cost of any other on the market and I found that the less expensive blades seemed to work better. If you are cutting porcelain I highly recommend the DAP glass blade for only $30 from Home Depot.
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              With multiple passes, this did a nice job. Subsequently polished...
              With multiple passes, this did a nice job. Subsequently polished the profile with progressively finer wet/dry sandpaper. Much cheaper than paying someone else to bullnose.
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              The Archer Bullnose blade performed well on a honed marble tile. 400 wet/dry sandpaper finished o...
              The Archer Bullnose blade performed well on a honed marble tile. 400 wet/dry sandpaper finished off the edges nicely.
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              Easy bill nose for natural stone tile...
              Easy bill nose for natural stone tile
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              Works as advertised. Hard to use , most customers would...
              Works as advertised. Hard to use , most customers would not except the result of this product
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