Rubi Tools ND-7in Max

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Rubi ND-7in Max Portable Electric Cutter

Rubi's new ND-7in Max is ideal for professional cutting of wall tiles and stoneware, or occasional cutting of porcelain and other stone materials.


  • 7 inch portable countertop electric cutter
  • 24 inch table
  • Ideal for ceramic tiles and occasionally for porcelain tiles and other materials
  • Aluminum table with a folding side for miter cuts
  • Extruded aluminum 16in lateral stop that securely adjusts and lock for maximum support on large format tiles
  • Adjustable for precise mitering cuts at 22.5° & 45°
  • Transparent splash guard to provide a clear view of the blade and cutting line
  • High resistance aluminum guide for angle cuts that slides smoothly along the lateral stop, for diagonal cuts from 0° to 45° at left and right
  • Blade cooling by immersion
  • Anti-splash system that keeps dry the work area by reducing splash production
  • Convenient storage capacity that allows to store the blade ́s keys to save time and not lose them
  • Integrated carry handle allows easy portability to work sites
  • Direct drive single phase motor with thermal protector
  • Fixed water tank with minimum (1.5 L) & maximum (2 L) level indicator
  • Water recovery system by decantation system that allows reusing water and dirtying less
  • Tubular steel chassis and reinforced plastic supports

What's Included?

  • ND-7in Max Portable Electric Cutter
  • 7" Premium Blade
  • Extruded aluminum lateral stop
  • 45 Degree Angle Guide
  • Splash Guard
  • Operators Manual
ND-7in Max Cutter Specifications
Voltage120V / 60 Hz
Saw Amperage6.5 amps
Length of Cut24" (508mm)
Diagonal Length of Cut12" (330mm)
Cutting Height1.25" (31mm) max (.78" for miter)
Blade Capacity7"/ 180mm
Electrical Cord Length6 ft (1.8m)
Saw Dimensions23" X 19.75 "X 10.5 " (584 X 501 X 267 mm)
Weight27 lbs / 12.2 kg
Questions & Answers
1 questions

Does it chip out the corners of small tile like the rigid version always do? It’s based upon the table saw design

With proper use, it should not chip the tile. Dressing the blade, changing the blade as needed and putting the blade on correctly will stop the chipping from happening. Other tips include, making sure the material is lying flat on the table, meaning no debris underneath it and making sure you are using the appropriate blade with the appropriate material.

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