Sigma Tile Cutter, Technica Pull Handle
Sigma Technica Pull Handle Tile Cutter
Sigma Technica Pull Handle Tile Cutters are premium manual tile cutters for the professional tile installer. The Italian-made Sigma 2G (14"), 2A3 (20"), and 2B3 (26") Pull Handle Tile Cutters can score and snap porcelain, glass tile, marble, granite more. These pull handle tile cutters also feature a -45 to +45 degree Locking Angle Mechanism that allows you to lay diagonal patterns just as fast as you would lay down a square tile layout.
Questions & Answers
Does the Sigma Technica Pull Handle Tile Cutter gauge come in inches?
by Mark 9/1/2015 11:36:01 am
Yes, the Sigma Technica Pull Handle Tile Cutter gauge does come in inches
Where can I buy a wheel cutter for my sigma 26"
by Holley G 10/3/2015 5:23:45 pm
If I buy the 14" Sigma tile cutter, does it come with a carrying case?
by Lynn 12/10/2015 8:11:24 pm
No, the Sigma Technica Pull Handle Tile Cutter does not include a case. a universal Sigma carrying case is available. click here for the Sigma Tile Cutter Carrying Case
What is the difference between the Sigma 2B3 and the 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter?
by Pat 1/31/2016 9:48:39 pm
The Sigma 3B2 Pull Handle Tile Cutter has a larger, higher quality base, gauge, spring loaded pads and support arm. The silver spring loaded knob allows you to lock the measure bar into place on the angle indentations of the base.
Sigma 2B3 Pull Handle Tile Cutter is a simpler design the narrower body and lighter weight is ideal for closer quarters. The handle automatically adjusts to the thickness of the tile from 1/16-3/4". The red measurement bar has the same swivel but you will have to manually line up the numbers.
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"
Which is a better tile cutter for larger tile, the Sigma 3D or the Klick Klock 35 inch? What's the difference between the two? I'm having a hard time deciding.
by Peter 12/6/2016 9:34:55 pm
The handle design is the main difference between the Sigma 3D and 3DK tile cutters. The 3D features a pull-handle design whereas the 3DK has a push-style Klick Klock handle. Additionally, the 3D cutting platform is slightly larger; it allows for 37" rip cuts, compared to the 3DK which can only handle 35". Either cutter is well suited for large format tile work; the choice between the two ultimately comes down to user preference.
Ratings & Reviews
Owner RV floors
by RV Floors
Best cutters 50 years experience awesome
Why buy any other cutter?
by Chip H. -
Sigma is hands down the best cutter around! Quality and performance are unmatched by other cutters I have tried. The RTC Pro Cutter was alright but after a short period of time, it began having issues with scoring and snapping some harder porcelains, The Rubi TX cutter is good but too heavy! The Ishii is ok but I see why is was so much less than other cutters out there. Now I am drinking the Sigma Kool-Aid.
Amazing must buy
First score and snap tile cutter that I owned to cut porcelain. Amazing must buy
Sigma scoring boards are superb! This one is super light and small! It cuts all tile with ease. Tile mechanic for 35 years. Great for smaller profile wall tile projects!
Great cutter worth the Price!
by Michael J Egan
Great cutter this is my second Sigma the other was getting really beat up after 6 years just decided to buy a new one even though the old one still works well. The features make it great like making angle cuts or just ripping a bunch of cuts using the gauge .