9745 Sigma Tile Cutter with Pull Handle

SKU: 9745
Manufacturer: Sigma
$371.00 to $595.00

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$371.00 to $595.00

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Questions & Answers (13)

Does the gauge come in inches or is it metric?

All the Sigma cutters we sell have a gauge in inches.

What is the difference between the Sigma 2B3 and the 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter?

The Sigma 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter has a larger, higher quality base, gauge, spring loaded pads and support arm.�





�Sigma 2B3 Pull Handle Tile Cutter�



�Base Width - 8"�



�Total Spring loaded pad size 10-1/4" W x 14" L, Spring loaded pads overhang base.�



�Total Guide Length - 23-1/2"�





� Sigma 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter�



�Base Width - 13"�



�Total Spring loaded pad size 13" W x 17-3/4" L, No overhang with spring loaded pads.�



�Total Guide Length - 32-1/4"

My 3B2 did not come with a support arm. Was it supposed to and who do I contact? I ordered this tool online.

Please contact 800-709-0002 Please have your order number ready and we will be sure to resolve any and all issues you may have.

Is the guide bar in inches or centimeters? The images shown are in centimeters only.

The guide bar provides measurement in inches.

Is the 3B the same cutter you sell on Amazon and does it come with the outrigger?

The 3B, 26" Cutter, does not come with the "outrigger", or extension arm shown on the 3C and 3D cutters, as seen in the photo on Amazon, as well as the specific photo when you click on the option for the 26" cutter.

Is there a carrying case for the 3B cutter?

All Sigma tile cutters can fit in the Sigma Tile Cutter Carrying case, regardless of size.

I have the 3B4 cutter with a metric guage. Do you carry or can you order the adhesive measuring tape guage in inches?



Thanks

Rick,��Did you purchase the cutter through Contractors Direct ? The cutters we stock are all supposed to contain standard measuring guides. Please call 1-800-709-0002 to discuss in detail

What are the Sigma's 3G body dimensions (long, wide, high)?

Here are the dimensions -











Length - 27"



Width - 25-1/2" with ruler guide, 12-3/4" just cutting table



Height - 8" with handle, 6-1/2" to top of guide bar

What is the difference between 3B4K and a 3B4M?

The 3B4K features a Klick-Klock handle, whereas the 3B4M has a MAX handle.

I have a sigma it come from Italy and I need a handle and Rail can you help me with that it is more like a 4A model with cm

Sal,







Please contact us directly at orders@contractorsdirect.com and please include an image of your current cutter.

I recently won a 3B4 in a raffle. Is there a mosaic kit for this cutter and am I able to get side support arms?

Michael,







The mosaic kit is designed for used with Montolit tile cutters. There are no extension arms available for this 3B4 model at this time.







Thanks for contacting Contactors Direct.

Does the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter come with a carrying case?

No, the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter does not come with a case. Click here for Sigma Tile Cutter Cases!

Does the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter come with a replacement scoring wheel?

No, the Sigma Pull Handle Tile Cutter does not come with a replacement scoring wheel. Click here for Sigma Carbide Scoring Wheels for Pull Handle Cutters!

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worth the extra coin

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Replaced my ragged out 2 yr old First Gen Rubi 29" TIT cutter with the Sigms 3B2. Although the new V.2 Rubi has improved all the short falls of the first incarnation with its slotted screw down fence clamp and thru bolt replacement wheel, the Sigma in my opinion is still worth the extra dough. The breaking force of the springed table is noticeably stronger and the glide of the scoring handle is smoother equating to clean and effortless cuts and rips everytime. Dig this machine!

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De lo mejorcito

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Tengo 10 años instalado tiles , eh probado muchas marcas, mis primeros años use una Rubi hasta que por casualidad un instalador con expericencia de mas de 25 años haciendo tile me recomendo Sigma, desde esa vez nunca eh usado otra marca, estas cortadoras duran mucho pero mucho tiempo con decirles que mi primera cortadora la sigo usando hace 8 años, si buscas la perfeccion en tus trabajos con Sigma no te equivocas, cortes exactos , la puedes subir o bajar segun el grosor de la ceramica , las instalaciones en 45 son 3 veces mas rapidas.



son caras pero valen cada centavos de lo cuesta probalas no te arepentiras al igual que yo.