Lowes sells 10" square mirror tiles that I need to cut down to a smaller size (about 6" across). I am struggling with a handheld glass cutting tool (about the size of a pen) getting straight consistent edges. I was thinking maybe my sliding compound miter saw might do the trick. Just as a test I made a very shallow cut into one of my tiles, but it just shattered. I even created a jig to keep things tight and square during the scoring process. That worked better, but still not great.
If I buy a diamond blade meant for wet saws, would that work in my miter saw? I was thinking at a minimum I could score the tile very evenly and then it would break off cleanly.
Any suggestions on how to get these tiles cut evenly?