Sigma tile cutters boast a specially engineered design, featuring a spring-loaded ball-bearing-mounted scoring wheel. This unique design is tailored for achieving consistent scores, even on textured tiles like those resembling stone or wood. It effectively eliminates the challenges associated with cutting textured tiles using a manual cutter, resulting in fewer uneven breaks and reduced tile wastage. When dealing with large format tiles, the push scoring system proves invaluable by creating a strong incision, ultimately yielding the best possible cut.
Why Choose Push Style Over Traditional Pull Style?
As porcelain tiles continue to grow in size and density, the demands on tile cutters have evolved. A push handle serves as an extension of the user’s arm, enabling them to reach greater distances while maintaining a steady, uniform pressure on the handle. This approach ensures a cleaner cut edge and minimizes material wastage.