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A: This tool is recommended for manually scoring and cutting ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in. and 1/4 in. thick.
A: Yes it will do the work but may let uneven edges. Mark with glass cutters before using this one may help
A: No, you will need to use a hole cutter diamond tip.
A: I guess you could sip off corners until you achieved a somewhat round shape. I did not try that. I used it to snap subway mosaics to a shorter size with a straight edge. I could not always get the cut I wanted. Sometimes the tiles snapped straight and sometimes at an angle. It would take a lot of skill to do what you want. I can't imagine a better tool to try to do the task, though.
A: I don't think you'd get the precision you want. It would snap the tile but probably not exactly into a 90 degree square. You could get lucky, though.
A: I would not feel comfortable trying it at all
A: No. I do not think it will cut 3/8 inch porcelain tile. I used it for ceramic tile that was probably less than 1/4 inch thick and it worked well. I think you'd need tremendous hand strength to possibly snap yours.
A: I bought mine and had to return it. I was trying to cut porcelain. The thing barely made any sort of mark. Might have had better luck with ceramic...
A: Thank you for your inquiry. No, The QEP 32024 Hand-Held Ceramic Tile Cutter is the perfect tool for manually cutting small ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in and up to 1/4 inch thick.