A ceramic tile cutter has been making waves over the past few years thanks to its ease of use and the fact that it’s relatively cheap.
This year, it’s making headlines again, this time because it’s used to remove yellow ceramic tiles from the roof of the National Football League’s New Orleans Saints stadium.
The team used the cutting power of its cutting machines to remove ceramic tiles for the first time in 2017, and the team has continued to use the machines since.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that New Orleans was awarded the contract to install ceramic tiles in the stadium after receiving bids from several private and public firms.
The ceramic tiles were removed by a ceramic cutter called the S.M.R.T. machine, which uses ceramic particles and a special process to break down ceramic tiles.
According to the Times-picayune, the S-m-R-T machine’s blades are manufactured in China, but the team says the machine was purchased from a subcontractor in Ohio.
The cutting machine’s main features include the ability to cut through ceramics at 1,200 to 1,400 feet per second.
That speed is far faster than the speeds that ceramic tiles can break down in their natural state.
The process involves mixing the ceramic particles in a liquid called water, which is then heated in a gas furnace to produce steam, which can be used to create steam, according to the article.
The S.m-r-T-machine also has a special nozzle, which allows it to cut ceramic tiles up to six inches thick.
It’s designed to cut ceramic tiles that are between 2 and 3 centimeters thick.
According the article, the team also uses a sander to remove the ceramic tiles, which has been a problem in the past.
The machines also remove the yellow ceramic from the sides of the stadium, which also has been an issue.
The newspaper reports that the SRCA’s machines can be installed without an inspection, but it does recommend that teams install them on the inside of stadiums.