01:34PM | 04/27/07
Member Since: 11/09/06
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Has anyone ever cut 3/4 inch glass mosaic tiles...the kind that come attached to a mesh sheet? What should I use? Can an electric wet saw with a diamond blade be used? A framed diamond pattern over the stove requires me to cut the tiles that border the frame in half.


02:03PM | 04/27/07
Member Since: 07/03/05
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A wet saw would be the preferred method. It may be less difficult to remove them from the mesh and cut one at a time. Try butting one side into a jig and press the other side with your fingers. There is no easy way with 3/4" glass that I know of.


02:07PM | 04/27/07
Member Since: 07/03/05
283 lifetime posts
I just thought of something. Bizazza Glass has a training facility down in Florida where they teach proper installation. Try googling them and see if they allow access to a tech rep who could give you some ideas. Some day I'm going to get down there and take the course.


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