Alot of people use the overhead tile saw, but I have found That I am able to acheive the best results with one that is set up like a table saw. it tends to bind up less and break less glass. I get very little chipping and I find it much easier to cut outside curves and shape peices durring coldwork. The one I use is a cheap one from home depot I think I paid 84$
I have a Gemini Titan XT wet ring saw for sale in the classifieds on this site. I had great results with it, but I had to move up to an industrial saw for the production work I am doing. I kept my Taurus 3 Ring saw for smaller work. Let me know if you have any specific questions about it.
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