Tile saws and sharpening stones

Has anyone used a tile saw to slice up a sharpening stone? Somewhere I have
two pieces of a soft arkansas stone that I'm considering trying to carve
into some custom shapes for sear polishing and other applications. The
price of small stones in various shapes is fairly high relative to the price
of a larger stone.
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I've used a cheap HF tile saw blade to slice up ferrite (magnetic material) which is probably harder than a soft arkansas stone. No problem.
Also, have a look at these inexpensive diamond blades:
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Don Foreman
You should have no problem at all cutting the stones with a diamond saw and plenty of water. You might even be able to rough shape them by using the blade like a grinding wheel.
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