A: This cutter is designed for floor and wall ceramic tile. Please view our current line of vinyl cutters at www.robertsconsolidated.com. Customer Care
A: I would think not. The tile cutter only scores the tile the it snaps along the score line with the pressure put on the tile. Vinyl is too soft.
A: This cutter scores the tile so it can be broken. Vinyl needs to be cut with something like a box cutter.
A: No, the blade isn't sharp.
A: The only way to cut angles is if the tiles are small enough to rotate to the angle you need.
A: Good question Tom. I have cut some angles with this unit and the key is to measure very well and when you "scribe" your tile scribe it very well as in numerous times. You won't be able to cut small pieces with angles, at least I haven't been able to yet, but for cutting say a 4" tile on a 45* angle yes it can be done as I said you must scribe it very well and take your time. I hope this answers your question. eyedaddy
A: No I was only able to make straight line cuts
A: Cuts ceramic and porcelain tiles up to 14 in. square, 10 in. diagonally and 1/2 in. thick. Thank you for your inquiry.
A: Yes, this product can cut angles.
A: Yes a 90 degree cross or rip cut.
A: Probably not. It's made for ceramic and works well for that.
A: Nope. Use utility knife and ruler for vinyl tiles, cut from the face side.
A: No I don't think so...
A: No, ceramic tiles only. Thank you for your inquiry!