Updated: Aug 22, 2021
Ceramics and porcelain are used as tiles in bathrooms and kitchen places where there is a certain amount of moisture and humidity which is great because these are substances that can contain the above. Today, there is a certain trend of using these tiles even in places other than the kitchen and bathroom, as well as the bath.
Basically, some people enjoy the look of ceramics and porcelain. This may explain the phenomenon that these tiles can appear in rooms that are not designed for moisture and humidity, such as living room and others. Now, those of us who have worked with ceramic a bit know that when the tile breaks - its visual part is broken as well. That is, you see that the picture is broken, or the design - that appears on the ceramic tile. When working with porcelain, however, the effect is less clear. As well as visually and practically, the porcelain is more resistant to abrasion, so if many people move through space - or simply the space is exposed to certain erosion conditions - it may be a reasonable choice in this regard. Cutting ceramic and porcelain tiles can be combined with laser tools and a dedicated tile cutting tool. How does this combination work? In general, the laser can mark the cutting area - great for precision work according to work patterns and preliminary design for tile cutting. And the tile cutting itself can do the cutting itself. Laser cutting, or laser marking - can help correct tile distortions that may have been produced with some distortion in their production process. It's great when you want to use them later, in a way that will allow us to paste them exactly according to the program we designed to paste them, for them. Ceramic tiles, well cut - can be used in many places where they are chosen to be glued. Whether the base is a floor or a wall. In general, we want to leave spaces between ceramic tiles, at least at their official installation size, which speaks to a 1-5 mm gap between each tile. A product that accurately displays aesthetics, practicality and compliance with building regulations. This article spoke briefly on the topic, hoping it supported clarity. Thanks for reading.