No, the Tomecanic Supercut Tile Cutter does not come with a replacement scoring wheel. You can purchase them separately from Contractors Direct
Tomecanic Supercut Tile Cutter
The quickest way to cut ceramic tile is by using a hand tile cutter.
- Cuts porcelain, floor tile, mosaics, and other materials.
- Nine ball bearings in the cutting head allow for super accurate and easy scoring.
- Large breaker and spring loaded pads for easy snapping of tile.
- Push ceramic tile cutters are designed to score fired clay ceramic tiles that have a thin porcelain coating on their surface (glaze).
- Stone, fully vitrified porcelain tiles, and some types of unglazed clay tiles may also be cut with this type of cutter.
- Breaking System Lever produces 2500 lbs of pressure when splitting tiles with powerful multipoint separator.
- Single rail guide will not flex when breaking porcelain tile in the center of the tile.
- Cutting head slides easily on self-lubricating bearings.
- Breaking pads are mounted on springs for better shock absorption and does not trap tile debris.
- Cut-out under breaking pads allows for tile cuttings to fall on floor for easy cleaning.
- Allows thick materials to be easily cut.
- For L cut's or electrical outlet cut-out you will need a quality wet saw to make these types of cuts.
- Click here for Replacement Tomecanic Supercut Scoring Wheels
|Length of Cut||24 in||29 in||35 in|
|Diagonally Cuts||16 in||20 in||24 in|
|Weight||24 lbs.||27 lbs.||33 lbs.|
Question & Answers
No, the Tomecanic Supercut Tile Cutter does not come with a case
The 24" Tomecanic tile cutter should be available by the end of July 2016. Check back soon!
Unfortunately, the cases are no longer manufactured for Tomecanic Super Cutters.
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
This is an awesome tool- expensive, but well worth the cost.
You will never use or need another tile cutter again. This one will cut the thick and 2ft plus tiles no problem!
great tile cutter. Cuts diagonal cuts with few flareoffs. Works well with porcelain tiles. Hard to use on mosaic tiles. Only negative is that it doesn't come with a case.
Well made tool that will work for it's living
I saw this cutter at a tile show before I purchased it simply amazing clean break each and every time only one wheel necessary score and brake porcelain with ease. Price is a little steep but you get what you pay for!
THESE CUTTERS CUT ANY TILE NO MATTER HOW DENSE THESE ARE THE ONLY CUTTERS WE USE !
I bougth the smaller version since I don't plan to use tiles no larger than 12" x 12". On small 1" corner cuts is a hit and miss from my end to have clean cuts when splitting the tile. However on small Ã‚Â½"parallel cuts or larger cuts I get really clean breaks. I think that I am not doing it right on the small corner cuts since this is the first time I use a tile cutter. I like the smooth sliding action of the cutter due to the ball bearing in the assembly. My only issue is the angle guide. I was not able to use it to cut angles for smaller tiles like a 6" x 6". Larger 12 x 12" tiles I have no problem. I wish that Tomecanic would make a even smaller version with the same features to deal with such situations.
I searched the net at all the tile sites and forums and finally decided on the Tomechanic. It is very impressive out of the box. Appears well made and very solid construction. I am tiling my whole house except the bedrooms with a very hard dense ceramic porcelain 20 x 20 tile. I was concerned it would be able to break it clean. First try it cut it so clean you could not tell the factory edge from the one I just cut. I kept cutting the pieces smaller and smaller until the were about 1" wide. Cut clean and almost perfect edges every cut. The double breaker is great. The small close one on the thin pieces and the wide one is great on the wider pieces. Boy is this going to save ALOT of time and mess over cutting all of those tile with a tile saw. It is rather heavy, but I don't consider this a con at all.
Most all bolts loose and aligning cutter with base took a little time as nuts are on bottom and monitoring alignment can only be done from top...not a big deal but an aggravation. The attachment for placing diagonal tiles properly at the rear is accurate and easy to use. Using the side angle bar for doing 45 degree cuts isn't ideal in my opinion due to it being somewhat flexible. Using the front spacing between placement bars is tricky, albeit accurate. Not sure why but have some problems with breaking the tip of the tile...this is on 18" diagonal. Anyway, seems like a pretty good product although primary use is for diagonal and like most other "breakers", this isn't its forte. Just great for perpendicular/parallel cuts.
I've bought two of these snappers in the last 12 years. The best snapper on the market. Period. A must have for any serious professional.
One of the best snappers I've ever used in thirty years' tile setting. Very easy to use, great scoring ability and very durable. Not a light weight tool for average do it yourself-ers but perfectly suited to casual use also. Easy to replace spare cutting wheel came with mine.
Needed a good affordable porcelain cutter. This fits the bill.
very good at cutting porcelain tiles i could cut an 18" tile into 3/4 " strips
Cuts Glass, Large format, Ceramic and the Hardest Porcelain. Easy to see from both sides of the cutter. Has 2 breakers so you can cut a 3/4" strip or break an 18" tile on a 45 degree in the middle of thr tile. This cutter has replaced my wet saw on most jobs. I use a 4 1/2" grinder for odd cuts. I have tried the Rubi in the past and if you only do large format it's OK but for all around prformance the Tomecanic is the best cutter I have used. For the record, I have over 30 years in the business.
I purchased the 35" cutter to cut 24" polished porcelain on diagonal. It scores and cuts very easily with very few flareoffs. The best cutter I have ever used. I am going to purchase the smaller model for everyday use. Excellent cutter.
Work well on any tile, fast . High on price but after job is complete its all good.
I am a 10 yr tile installer. My first encounter with this cutter was a bit rocky. I installed 13" marazzi porcelain on brick pattern (straight cuts). I had many flare offs that required the use of nippers. The Tomecanic did save me many trips to the wet saw. With more experience, this cutter will become more effective . As the right touch is necessary. I would reccomend this tool to any pro as a time saver. Overall the tool is effective for "hidden cuts". Just dont leave the wet saw at home.