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I got a Harbor Freight tile saw for around $40 long ago and have been using it for years, with a 4″ thin blade I got from Kingsley North. I used to use the same 4″ blade on my GemMaster faceting machine. The platen on my GM II is larger and I began using a 6″ sintered thin blade from KN. The tile saw is fine for chopping big rough down to reasonable, but the faceting machine provides the ability to cut slices off at the pavilion main angle in moments instead of hours of grinding.