Tile cutters

Tile cutters

Tile Cutters and Scoring Wheels

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RUBI invented the first tile cutter in 1951 as a solution to cement tile cutting. It's been 65 years since then and RUBI continues to lead and innovate in the manufacture of manual tile cutters. RUBI offers professional ceramic tile installers the widest range of tile cutters on the market, along with a great variety of tools and equipment for the installation of ceramic tiles, designed to meet all their needs.

RUBI manual tile cutters are adapted to the specific needs of each market, offering everything tile installers look for. Different types of separators: single point or multipoint. A great variety of models to make cuts in ceramic tiles of different types, sizes and thicknesses. Systems with dual or single guide, etc.

RUBI develops and innovates in every design of their manual tile cutters, thinking solely and exclusively for the tile installer.

Thanks to the work and cooperation of all the departments at the company and the great loyalty of our customers, scattered all around the world, we are aware of the demands and specific needs of each market For these reasons, we design and manufacture products and tools that are tailored to each type of market and that meet the needs of the professional.

All RUBI ceramic tile cutters are designed by the RDI department, based on the needs of professional tile installers, only using resistant materials that offer proven strength and lasting work quality.

It should be noted that in the process of creating our tools a test period is included in real work situations in certain domestic and international markets, conducted by a group of trusted professionals in the industry. This action allows us to identify areas of improvement in our products before putting them on sale and/or adapting them to the needs of the end-user.

Rubi’s number one priority is always safety, since the manual tile cutters are very safe tools, due to the fact that they do not contain sharp parts that may come into contact with the user.