I recently purchased a 10" wet tile saw and I am trying to figure out what saw blade to buy. My resources are limited so I am trying to buy one saw blade. The vast majority of the work will be cutting through 3/4 to 1 inch slabs, either to trim off panel edges or cut into segments/parts. I want to minimize chipping but need something that can go through that thickness without me having to buy a new blade every six months. I have looked at HIS and what I *think* I am deciding between are the Husquarna 10" Superlok Fine or the MK303 Medium. I am not a production artist - I live in the Canadian boonies and my studio gets 6 feet of snow surrounding it so I only work on glass for half the year so I am maybe talking about 100 cuts a year, max.
And in the realm of wet tile saw questions - any recommendations about setting up a water system when I don't have access to directly hooking up to a tap/pipe?
Any help would be appreciated.