cutting using a cut off saw

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cut-off machines

Construction is always addressing the best way of cutting material on-site. Holding material securely, and adding water suppression for silica dust, are essential but often challenging. Cutting with a Cut-Off Machine is an easy solution providing you can secure what you are cutting. In response to that need, Guardian Tools have worked with trades that use the machines and launched a range of Cut-Off Machine Accessories that will both secure the material and make cutting more efficient.

Can cut multiple bricks

Cuts are accurate and easily repeated

More mobile & uses less power

Lower cost solution

(particularly if you have a Cut-off Machine)

Can be easily set-up where you are working

Cut with any 12” or 14” Cut-Off Machine

Benefits of the

Cut-Off Machine with a Jig

vs Table/Bench Saw

cutting bricks using jig

Guardian Brick Jig Small

Holds up to 5 bricks securely

cutting bricks using a disc cutter

Guardian Brick Jig Large

Holds up to 10 bricks securely

cutting roof tiles using jig

Guardian Roof Tile Jig

Hold roof tiles securely

slab cutting guide

Slab Cutting Guide 900

Cut square or any angle, 35inch cut

cutting paving slabs using a cut off saw

Slab Cutting Guide 1200

Cut square or any angle, 47inch cut

cutting cavity using a disc cutter

Guardian Wall Cutting Guide

Extends to cut up to 82inch

TESTIMONIAL

We have looked at the Jig with different types of tiles, including ridge tiles. We can see the benefits of the Jig from both the safety and time-saving aspects and are looking to include this innovative and practical tool with our teams for everyday use

Jason Wright,

Managing Director at J Wright Roofing Ltd. UK

Working in USA with