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MK Diamond 158189 MK-100 1-1/2-Horsepower 10-inch Wet Tile Saw
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- Powerful 115-volt, 1-1/2-horsepower GE motor
- Features a shaft lock for safe, easy blade changes
- Cutting depth capacity of 3-1/4-inches
- Can rip cut a full 18-inch tile while diagonally cutting a 12-inch tile
- Water pump and 10-inch tile blade-included; 1-year limited warranty
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MK Diamond Products MK-100 is a professional grade, wet cutting tile saw with a fully enclosed, fan-cooled, high torque 1-1/2 horsepower motor. The MK-100 rips 20-inch tile, diagonally cuts 14-inch tile, has a 3-3/4 inch depth of cut and a 10 inch blade capacity. Manufactured with a heavy duty, zinc-plated, one-piece steel frame assembly, cast-aluminum support components, and many other unique features, the MK-100 provides unrivaled quality, performance, and value. The MK-100 comes complete with a 10-inch MK-100 diamond blade, fully submersible electric water pump and adjustable rip guide. Comes with a 10-inch MK-100 diamond blade. One-year limited warranty. Made in USA.
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The new MK-100 tile saw features durable, lightweight construction while delivering professional results. The MK-100 features a powerful 115-volt , 1-1/2-horsepower GE motor for dependability. It also features a shaft lock for safe, easy blade changes.
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My downstairs bathroom has slate tile on the floor, in the shower and slate tiles completely cover the walls and ceilings. 2" x 12" slate strips on the walls and various size strips on the ceiling.
I've tiled the wall near the upstairs bedrooms and have decorated other areas of my house with slate all using the MK-100. I'm on my third blade, which isn't bad for 10 years of use. Maybe in 5 or 10 years I'll spoil myself and upgrade to the MK-101.
I have my MK-100 permanently installed in my Colorado basement with a water line attached to the saw permanently for convenience.
The blade lock feature broke within a few weeks. Terrible, cheap design.
Half way through a project, the blade shaft developed a vibration so bad it tripped breaker. Took it all apart, ordered complete new shaft, bearings, every single part. Used a bearing press and put it all back together. Lost one week. Half a day in, the exact same thing happened again. Bearings and shaft started to wobble, tripping breaker. I went on Craig's list, found a Felkker saw, and bought it within hours. The MK100 is now on my trash trailer. When a company charges you a premium price, you expect good quality at least. This is a poorly built saw. Just maybe, if you wanted to do one half bath, and look great doing it. This would fit that bill. Binding tables, bad bearings, wobbles. Over it.
1. Heavy-Duty professional tool: This is a pro-grade tool. It is heavy and straight-forward. It uses a very durable and dependable set up: A continuous duty-rated motor operates a belt that operates the blade. It will last dependably for years with continuous use.
2. Excellent value: While more expensive than most tile saws you will find at big-box stores, it makes them seem like toys by comparison. Why spend so much $$$ for a cheap tool that can't count on over the years? I purchased this based on the fact that I use it often- better than renting, over time, and better than going cheap for something that wouldn't last. (In the end, it wasn't really that much more than an economy-grade wet saw)
3. Strong enough to cut just about everything: It has cut equally well on stone (including granite), ceramic, very tough porcelain, and concrete pavers. A note about cutting: be sure to match a quality blade to the material you are cutting and you will be happier with the results.
4. Good capacity: I've used this to cut 18 inch tiles (including on the diagonal) and smaller. The mounting of the saw also allows you to perform plunge cuts, which is a nice feature when you have to do that.
1. Water containment: This is not a saw to be used inside. There is significant spray out the back, so be sure to protect your work area accordingly.
2. Stock blade: Not sure if they've improved this in subsequent years, but the blade that came stock with mine dulled and warped quickly, resulting in consistently curved cuts. A quality, well-maintained blade keeps me loving the machine now, but the original blade was weak.
3. Tray slider mechanism: Probably my biggest gripe, though not enough to change my mind after years of use. (but enough to warrant four stars rather than five) The nature of the mechanism they used for this (rather than a protected slide rail and/or simple wheel-on-rail system) requires you to regularly clean and re-lube the left slide rail where the tray bearings are. The rail gets wet with spray, the lube wears off, and the table begins to stick. Another reviewer suggests (bees wax?) which may work better... I just use 3-in-1 oil and clean it often. Slightly annoying, but it hasn't kept me from loving the tool.
1. Tray: It is a coated aluminum tray, which works well and is tough and durable. Would have been nice to provide it with a no-slip tough rubber surface (thinking DeWalt here) or to provide some sort of insert or attachment.
2. It doesn't bevel. (also thinking DeWalt here) Would be nice. Would also raise the price considerably, making it a different value proposition. It wasn't a deal breaker for me, and I probably would not be willing to spend a few hundred bucks more for the feature. On this point, consider how often you would need to bevel tiles for the work you will be doing; I use this saw to bevel the few tiles I need to by sight and it has worked for me.
3. Kit. Mine came with the accessory kit. The dressing stone was nice, as was the stop. But the miter gauge and the 45 degree attachment are rendered useless due to their sloppy fit on the tray.
This is a quality tool for an excellent value. It will last you, and will cut anything you want it to, but it doesn't have bells and whistles like some other saws. It is heavy, and the stand is essential. It's got some tough competition out there from saws that do more, but that also come with a higher price. All things considered, I would purchase this saw again in a heartbeat.