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I used Milwaukee and Makita band sanders with carbide belts to round over tile and glass. Especially with glass the trick is not to let the material heat up too much or rapidly.
Some tiles are fired with a glaze.Would the bullnose be like grinding through the enamel of a tooth then exposing the softer core?It seems easier to try and find some edging that has a good presentation... But I have only done a few tiling jobs and the earliest needs as the subfloor is now water damaged from a renter.
Are you using a wet tile saw? If so, just get a profile wheel for it. Kind of like putting a dado stack on a tablesaw. The polishing can be done with a Rotex or RAS (+diamond pads), but it's the profile which is important to get consistent and accurate.