Has anyone cut a Thuringian or an Escher with hand tools? Am I spinning my wheels thinking I can do it with a hacksaw? My guess is this - if it will work I'll have to keep wetting the stone somehow...
I read that you can score the stone - and then whack the score with a chisel and it *might* spilt off correctly. I don't know if that's such a good idea though. Seems like a huge gamble unless one knows that the rock will behave correctly from experience.
The stone is 5/8" thick... even if I do get hacksaw blades that will cut it (tungsten carbide?) - I guess it could be a pretty slow-going event. Which is fine I guess.
I would guess a tile cutter could do it with one of those wet saws.