Cutting tiles without power tools

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so what we are doing is

to prepare them to do these cuts from

the window so what we have is what

resembles and they'll them again

that should be a 90-degree angle to keep

your Koch straight so what we're going

to do point two three an l-shape no

reason describe this

these are we scrape the tail is when

you're cutting the tail there is a

danger of coming off the line to take

the rest off the tail what we do is we

use the tail snappers again to take off

that bet

so what we have here is an equal amount

know what we can do is this is going to

be your L what we can practice on

one L shape to the L shape DLC so I'm

going to demonstrate so again using the

tail snappers what we do


we can use both ends of the payoffs


what I'm doing as I'm carefully nibbling

the tail light

but what we have to do if you use the

tail snips what we call half the blade

more students until they're told make

the mistake of using the whole a whole

of the blade back and snap the tail so

we encourage to use just half the blade

that gives you the control so again

perfectly what we have is they can eat

walk out and eat no gap here so the

balance of the tail

the points of the tails the two points

of the tails in here diagonal in like a

45 degree to tell me get on is if you

hold the tile here like this there is a

good chance the tile is going to snap so

you hold the tile to Archer as a

cushioned know what I'm going to do is

I'm going to take half of us but if you

notice I am taking half the blade very

rarely do I use the whole blade unless

it's a bigger pile so this has given me

control now what this means here is I

cannot take this any further a mastery

of this comes in so but but but is the

only difference so from here I would

have the party's this way from here and

haptic on the mat way so that is the

main difference of these so when we come

to the accurate line then again

half the blade because the trail has

been scraped

like so that is enabling me to walk to a

straight line so from here again half

the plate so here I cannot go any

farther so this is when I told them


this can go through here so again

holding the tail on the blade still

using half the blade then in the corner

of the pile using the corner of the

snips and slipping out to check for the

90-degree angle I have to put this here

so that still needs some work basically

in the corner so what we are doing now

as we can call fine-tuning so when you

look at the tile here we can see the

biscuit so the biscuit is rising above

the pile so what we have to do is you

have to use our pile file up again

that's a bit better man okay so what we

then half together

it's the cleaner work bench you don't

you know what bench we can put our hands

on your payoffs pails a very sharp and I

can be sharpest blast