Internet #300671801

Model # 55948

10 in. 120-Volt Tile Saw DC 48 in.

  • Extruded aluminum tables ensure long-lasting use
  • Equipped with foldable legs and wheels offer easy carrying
  • Includes a flexible mobile head for miter cuts
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Product Overview

  • Extruded aluminum tables ensure long-lasting use
  • Equipped with foldable legs and wheels offer easy carrying
  • Includes a flexible mobile head for miter cuts
The Rubi DC-250 1200 is a tile saw with mobile head offering the professional tile Installer maximum functionality and reliability. The DC-250 is ideal for intensive cutting of glazed and stoneware tiles, as well as for cutting porcelain tiles or the occasional cutting of natural stone. The motor assembly, mounted on sliding bearings, of the DC-250 offers maximum precision and cutting quality. Their removable aluminum tables facilitate cleaning and maintenance of DC-250 tile saws, and the folding leg system with built-in wheels facilitates moving and handling of the cutters. Wheels and handle for a more comfortable transport and handling.
  • For wall tiles, floor tiles, porcelain and other materials
  • Head height adjustment allowing to adjust the cutting height
  • Aluminum square, easy to regulate (0 ° to 60 °)
  • Extruded aluminum tables, removable for easy cleaning of the machine
  • Folding legs with built-in wheels for easy carrying
  • Single phase direct drive motor, 1.1 kW (1.5 hp) with thermal protector
  • Water pump refrigation of blade with flow control
  • High structural rigidity in chassis
  • Mobile head on bearings and foldable at 45 ° for miter cuts
  • 10 in. diamond blade included
  • HP: 1,5
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Extruded aluminum tables ensure long-lasting use
  • Equipped with foldable legs and wheels offer easy carrying
  • Includes a flexible mobile head for miter cuts
Model #: 55948
Internet #: 300671801

The Rubi DC-250 1200 is a tile saw with mobile head offering the professional tile Installer maximum functionality and reliability. The DC-250 is ideal for intensive cutting of glazed and stoneware tiles, as well as for cutting porcelain tiles or the occasional cutting of natural stone. The motor assembly, mounted on sliding bearings, of the DC-250 offers maximum precision and cutting quality. Their removable aluminum tables facilitate cleaning and maintenance of DC-250 tile saws, and the folding leg system with built-in wheels facilitates moving and handling of the cutters. Wheels and handle for a more comfortable transport and handling.

  • For wall tiles, floor tiles, porcelain and other materials
  • Head height adjustment allowing to adjust the cutting height
  • Aluminum square, easy to regulate (0 ° to 60 °)
  • Extruded aluminum tables, removable for easy cleaning of the machine
  • Folding legs with built-in wheels for easy carrying
  • Single phase direct drive motor, 1.1 kW (1.5 hp) with thermal protector
  • Water pump refrigation of blade with flow control
  • High structural rigidity in chassis
  • Mobile head on bearings and foldable at 45 ° for miter cuts
  • 10 in. diamond blade included
  • HP: 1,5
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Thickness (in.)
0.1
Blade size (in.)
10
Diameter (in.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
63 in
Product Height (in.)
49 in
Product Width (in.)
23 in
Table Length (in.)
55
Table Width (in.)
19

Details

Amperage (amps)
9.2 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Blade Type
Diamond
Condition
New
Construction Material
Aluminum
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Glass,Porcelain
Deck material
Aluminum
Dust Collection Method
Hose Adaptor with Built-in Port
Horsepower (hp)
1.5 hp
Included Accessories
Blades
Maximum Speed (rpm)
2790
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
33
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
47.5
PT Horsepower (Hp)
1-1/2
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
132 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,No Tool Blade Change,Plunge,Water Pump,Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Thickness (in.)
0.1
Blade size (in.)
10
Diameter (in.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
63 in
Product Height (in.)
49 in
Product Width (in.)
23 in
Table Length (in.)
55
Table Width (in.)
19

Details

Amperage (amps)
9.2 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Blade Type
Diamond
Condition
New
Construction Material
Aluminum
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Glass,Porcelain
Deck material
Aluminum
Dust Collection Method
Hose Adaptor with Built-in Port
Horsepower (hp)
1.5 hp
Included Accessories
Blades
Maximum Speed (rpm)
2790
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
33
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
47.5
PT Horsepower (Hp)
1-1/2
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
132 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,No Tool Blade Change,Plunge,Water Pump,Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Questions & Answers

Can i set it to any angle or is it only capable of 45° and 90° cuts?

Asked by: Alex
An adjustable clamping miter in the front right allows for positioning tile at any horizontal angle, the traveling arm holding the motor and blade can be tilted to the left and clamped in any position up to 45 deg.
Answered by: plh
Date published: 2018-08-19

what's the longest piece of tile that can be cut on this saw

what's the longest piece of tile that can be cut on this saw
Asked by: Mark
The table will fit a 48" long tile lengthwise. If you are doing diagonal cuts (corner to opposite corner) on a 48" tile you will run into problems. Our tiles were 47 1/8", in order to get a clean rip, we had to cut the beginning of the far end of the tile a couple of inches and run a score line with the blade down the rest of the tile. Then we had to turn the tile around and finish the cut from the other direction. We found with the tiles we purchased (porcelain) that doing this took only a few extra seconds but saved money by not busting the tiles. It also helps to have an extra hand on diagonal cuts. We could cut our 47 1/8" tiles diagonally the using the same method because they were 8 7/8" wide. Diagonally, the length of the cut came out to 48". I would use a "right triangle calculator" on the internet to figure out if your tile will fit for the diagonal cuts. All that being said, we totally recommend this saw. We are not professionals, just home do-it-yourselfers and this saw saved us tons of money on a large installation.
Answered by: DK
Date published: 2019-02-25

Can it cut 1.5” thick on a 45 degree?

Brick, granite.. etc..
Asked by: Chien
Yes
Answered by: plh
Date published: 2018-08-19

is the head adjustable to make sure the blade is parallel with the bridge, bought and returned th...

is the head adjustable to make sure the blade is parallel with the bridge, bought and returned the master force bridge saw due to the fact that the blade was not parallel with the travel of the head therefore resulting in slightly angled cuts or the tile breaking out at the end of the rip
Asked by: basslakebuilders
Yes - the track of the head is adjustable, although somewhat difficult. There are two ball bearing wheels on each side (front and back) that can be shifted laterally to zero out the skew but it is a time consuming process. The factory adjustment on mine was "near" perfect but of course I wanted DNO. I will say that regarding slightly angled cuts and end break-off that my experience has been that a worn blade is usually the culprit because it causes the operator to apply too much pressure which will cause the blade to drift to one side or the other depending on how the blade has worn. Also, I have had brand new blades drift after several cuts which I attribute to faulty/unbalanced application of the diamond particles. The blades are so thin that any side resistance will cause them to skew to one side or the other. Someday I will have some larger diameter side stiffeners made and see if that helps.
Answered by: Lloyd
Date published: 2017-10-13
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