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MK Diamond MK-101 Pro 1-1/2-Horsepower 10-Inch Wet Cutting Tile Saw with Stand

2.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Fully enclosed, high torque, fan-cooled, 12.6 amp commercial motor with 1.5 HP
  • Multi-position motor post and cutting head for convenient cutting of various tile sizes
  • Locking blade shaft for easy blade removal
  • Accommodates 6 inch and 8 inch profile wheels
  • Accessories included with saw are 10 inch wet cut diamond blade, water pump, cutting kit, side extension table and folding saw stand
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Customer Rating 3 out of 5 stars (12) 4 out of 5 stars (7) 4 out of 5 stars (9) 4 out of 5 stars (10)
Price $1,098.99 $999.99 $1,299.99 $999.90
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Included Components stand bare-tool stand bare-tool
Item Package Weight 120.68 pounds 116 pounds 203.5 pounds 120 pounds
Style wet wet wet wet
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The MK Diamond MK-101 Pro-Series Tile Saw helps you cut your materials with complete precision. Its reaches up to 20 inches to cut large materials, and a guide-bar helps control tiles while you work. The MK-101 pro-series tile saw features high-end internal components, including permanent lubrication on the bearings, which help the tool last for years without maintenance. The head adjusts to a lower position for plunge cuts, and it allows you to work with smaller blades anytime you need. The MK Diamond plunge-cutting tile saw uses an internal fan system to cool the motor and a nonslip surface to maintain material positions while you cut. An internal pump coats both sides of the blade with water to prolong the life of every blade you use.

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MK Diamond MK-101 Pro Series 2 HP, 10 inch Wet Cutting Tile Saw. The MK-101 Pro saw sports a heavy-duty 2 horse power, 120 volt Baldor electric motor. Blade capacity is 10 inches; depth of cut 3-3/4 inches (96 millimeter). The 2 horse power electric motor gives this saw ample power to cut granite, tile, porcelain, marble and lapidary stones; saw is made in the USA. Features: Fully enclosed high torque fan cooled motor for safe efficient use. Permanently lubricated dual-sealed blade shaft bearings provides years of maintenance free operation. Has multiposition motor post and cutting head allows for plunge cuts and use of diamond blades smaller than 10 inches in diameter. Accommodates MK Diamond MK-275 Series 6 inch and 8 inch profile wheels, which provide a clean professional contour for marble and granite. This saw also features a Micro V Drive Belt for dependable and long lasting sure grip service. The blade shaft lock provides for easy blade removal and the linear bearing and chrome plated guide bar assembly ensure precise cutting. Blade guard and motor post are powder coated for long corrosion resistance life and the one piece steel frame is zinc plated for corrosion resistant use. The MK-101 Pro tile saw has been the standard for rental companies because of its tough, rugged construction and precision performance. Dimensions and specifications: Length of cut - 20 inches crosscut, 14 inches diagonally; Blade capacity - 10 inches; Weight - 109 pounds; Length, Width, Height - 36 inches x 22 inches x 23 inches. Accessories included with saw: 10 inch wet cut diamond blade, water pump, cutting kit, side extension for table.

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Part Number 155747
Item Weight 150 pounds
Product Dimensions 36 x 22.5 x 17 inches
Item model number 155747
Color Red
Style wet
Material Tile
Power Source corded-electric
Voltage 115 volts
Horsepower 2 HP
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components stand
Warranty Description One-Year Limited Warranty

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ASIN B00004XOFI
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2.8 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #495,052 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#149 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Concrete Tools > Tile & Masonry Saws
#1,251 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Saws
Shipping Weight 120.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available March 14, 2002

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I purchased the MK-101 while working on a large scale remodeling project for our church, rather than renting and returning a tile saw repeatedly to complete the job. The performance and design of the MK-101 turned out to be first class. Whether cutting ceramic wall or floor tiles, as well as pieces of granite, the MK-101 sliced through them effortlessly, and with a high degree of accuracy. The attachements for cutting angles and bevel cuts also worked very well, and proved to be quite useful for inside and outside corner cuts. When not cutting through tiles, the motor runs quietly compared to other saws we had rented, and I found the water tray under the saw is easily removed for clean-up. I have done a number of other smaller tiling jobs since purchasing this unit, and the blade seems to cut as well as it did when I first used it. I would recommend you purchase a tile saw base to set this unit on - its a bit heavy and make-shift bases made from things like saw-horses are a bother to set up and drag around. If you are a serious home remodeler or a professional, this is an excellent product and is reasonably priced when compared to other comparable units I have seen.
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By A Customer on February 9, 2004
I need to tell you about my MK 101 Saw. Recently the saw stopped working and I contacted your sales office. They were very helpful and overnighted a new switch to me. Since my saw was dead there is a quick fix to get a person by until a new switch can be obtained. The switch is a 20A DPDT. The second set of contacts are not used and if the first set of contacts is the problem simply swapping to the other set will get it working. They will not be worn or burnt from the constant on off cycling.

I bought the saw from a local distributor. They charged my $1085.00 for the MK 101. Since that time I have found that $799.00 is the average price. I will not do business with that distributor again.

Third and last is both good and bad:
The saw cuts very well however it has more vibration in the bade shaft than when it was new. At this wear rate by next year it will have to have new bearings/sleeves.

My biggest complaint is the quality of the sliding table and attachments. The set screw rip guide is difficult and time consuming to make small adjustments. The tiny finger bolt to tighten the guide loosens with saw vibration unless tightened with pliers. MY fingers wont do it on such a tiny surface without pain. Use of pliers is making the back of the sliding table rough because it is soft material. Eventually this surface will be ruined and fine adjustments impossible. Why not put a sliding cam-lock fence like you find on quality table saws. Time putzing around with the existing one is costing me money.

It is also common for me to lay tile on a diagonal or cut tile to fit on a tapered wall. The fence should have a quality protractor and pivot. Or, it should be a quality piece that can be added to the fence or used separately.
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I wish the Japanese could help these guys with engineering their saw. It has the potential to be a great tool but lacks some engineering. It reminds me too much of American made tools. Oh, that's right, it is American made.
The table is very sticky. Never seems to get much better even with lubrication. It is hard to line up your work. I found I can line up the beginning of the cut but there is no real way to line up the complete cut without raising the head and doing trial runs. The instructions that came with it are poorly written and incomplete. I went to MK's website and found a better version, but they seem to assume the purchaser already knows about their saw. The instructions on saw head placement are useless. I still don't know where to put the saw head for a given application. The water bin stopper should have a string attached to it and the saw to keep from losing it. It is just a matter of time before I lose that thing.
The ATS stand, with wheels, is a necessary option because of the saws weight at 110 pounds. Otherwise you must have two people or disasemble the saw each time you move it. The instructions to assemble the ATS wheeled stand are the worst I have seen in twenty years.It is obvious MK needs new minds in their saw engineering and in their instructional editing.
The motor is powerful at 2hp. The blade that comes with the MK-101Pro makes ceramic tile and marble feel like butter. The saw frame and body are heavy duty and should last longer than your back. When I ordered the saw from a vendor I also ordered an additional blade. Both were to be drop-shipped from MK. The truck line failed to give me the saw blade when they delivered the saw. I notified MK and they promptly shipped me another. The first blade showed up several days later from the trucking company, the same day as the second blade they shipped on UPS. I promptly returned one of the blades. It was nice to be trusted.
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The average person can lay tile professionally with the use of the MK-101 PROK 10" 2HP tile saw. We own a number of apt. complexes that are having the main traffic areas laid with 12" ceramic tiles. To hire the job done it costs $4.50 per 12" block to have it laid, cut, and grouted - which doesn't include the cost of the tile. By owning the MK101 PROK 10" 2HP tile saw, we can quickly cut tile any size, shape or form and do the work ourselves. Renting a saw this style runs $60-$70 per day. The saw is a life saver for us in keeping our tile laying costs down. The saw is extremely easy to use and does a great job cutting. If you want to get a saw worth the price and one that will do a good job - try the MK101 PROK saw - we love ours. It was an excellent investment.
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