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fyi, bianco perfecto is not a granite - its a marble. thats why you are having so many problems. i have had customers before who want marble in their kitchen for looks, and they either listen to or ignore my warnings about how inappropriate it is in a kitchen environment. if you weren't aware of this, they should be flogged for not warning you about it. ...


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Whether you use water or not is entirely dependent on the blade, not the material (unless you are cutting something soluble in water). Some binders used in diamond blades and bits take heat better than others, and the trade off is how the cut works (aggressive material removal, smooth finish, ability to cut heterogeneous materials, etc.) Do not use water ...


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You Do NOT need cooling water to cut granite. I have seen videos of 3 foot thick slabs being cut into 2 inch thick slabs for counter tops. Part of the high cost of granite is the cutting process. A smooth finish adds more cost. A rough finish done by blasting the surface with plasma torches also adds cost. None of these processes involved cooling water. ...



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