No, the new Lackmond Beast10 Wet Tile Saw does not come with a laser.
Beast10 Lackmond 34" Wet Tile Saw
- Product code: Beast10
- Manufacturer: Lackmond Diamond
- MPN: Beast10
Beast10 Lackmond 34" Wet Tile Saw
Free shipping Rolling Stand + Scissor Stand Sold Separately
- 34" rip cut/ 24" Diagonal
- Powerful 15 amp motor will cut hard materials such as porcelain, stone, and thicker materials.
- Removable extension table for use with larger format tiles.
- Saw frame constructed of durable steel pipe.
- Heavy duty rail system engineered for exceptionally straight, accurate and smooth cuts.
- Heavy Duty rip fence and angle guide with positive stops 0, 22.5 and 45 degrees.
- Extruded aluminum rails with ball bearings for smooth tray operation.
- Motor tilts to ensure accurate 22.5° and 45° bevel cuts.
- Blade splash guard and back splash tray keeps work area dry and returns water back to the water tray.
- Blade guard easily opens and secures with finger knob.
- Water supply line is externally mounted and easily accessible for cleaning or replacement.
- Water pump designed for use in water tray or side bucket.
- Divider in water tray filters slurry and extends pump life.
- Three-year limited warranty
- Lackmond 10" Wet Tile Saw
- 10 in. Diamond blade
- Universal Side Water Tray
- 2 Wrenches
- Aluminum Universal Guide
- Water Pump
- Water Plug
- Operator's manual
|Lackmond Beast 10" Wet Tile Saw Specifications|
|Power||Direct Drive - 1.75 hp (15 amps)|
|Length of Cut||34 in / 39in w/ plunge|
|Diagonal Length of Cut||24 in|
|Blade Capacity||10 in|
|Depth of Cut||3-3/8 in|
|Depth of Cut at 45°||1-7/8 in|
|Saw Dimensions||43" x 19" x 22"|
|Shipping Dimensions (in box)||46.14" x 26.5" x 18.42"|
Question & Answers
Yes, the side water drip tray is included.
Here are the packaging dimensions (in box) for the saw when it ships - 46.14" x 26.5" x 18.42"
Here are the dimensions of the saw out of the box without the stand - 43" (with handle for pan) x 19" x 22"
We are glad to offer free shipping for the whole order if you purchase the Beast10 Wet Tile Saw and stand together.
This is the direct replacement of the WTS2000LN, however this product does not come with a laser guide. It does still have the capability to do plunge cuts.
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
really nice tile saw!! huge!! the best very easy to use and very comfortable smooth cut I'm happy with this saw thanks ...
I recently purchased the 10" Beast. I spent a considerable amount of time comparing saws. I strongly considered DeWalt, MK Diamond, Husqvarna, and Bosch. In the end the Beast won out because of its overall features, including the optional folding stand. I wanted the long rip capability and I wanted to be able to store the saw on the stand. Assembly of the saw and stand was an easy one-person job. I highly recommend the folding stand, kind of pricey but it's heavy duty and really handles the saw well. It's easy to operate and makes storage of the saw a breeze.
I'm glad I made the decision to buy the Beast. It's a great saw. It delivers as promised right out of the box. The table is more than sturdy and glides smooth and true. The water system is powerful. The ability to direct the flow of water where I want to on the blade is something that I have come to really appreciate. The Beast is the most accurate saw I have ever used. I've used it on long rips (36") and it held the cut line every time. In fact it never moves off the line. Plunge cuts are easy as well. I haven't used the bevel feature yet but with my experience with straight cuts I'm sure it won't be a problem. The water splash trays work as advertised. Clean up after a job is easy.
I'm only disappointed in two things about this saw. One, there isn't spray nozzle to clean the table. It seems like the addition of another valve, (which is something I will add) would have been part of the design, but it isn't. Not a deal breaker for sure but maybe a nice to have feature. Second, and most disappointing is the rip guide. It is too short. On long rips it isn't very sturdy. It cheap in design and workmanship compared to other features on this saw. Again, not a deal breaker but definitely a disappointment. I will look for an after market replacement.
The saw runs quiet. The direct drive motor starts up easy. Even the blade that comes with the saw is OK. Overall it's great equipment and I highly recommend it.
I looked around for a month or two researching reviews on various sites. I considered DeWalt, Bosch, and several others, including the Beast10. I finally chose the Beast10, even though there were only a few reviews out there.
Pros: 34-inch capabilities; 39 with plunge cut. Very little over spray compared to other tile saws I have used. Smooth gliding table. Really accurate cuts; comes with a great quality blade that I used on porcelain tiles. I only used clean water from a bucket for blade cooling, a practice I highly recommend to avoid pump failure/clogging. I called Lachmond to find out more about the tile saw, and talked to some very knowledgeable and helpful people. Some prior reviews stated that the water distribution for that blade was not very good, and Lachmond responded to that concern by saying they had redesigned the water tubes to distribute the water to spray on both sides of the blade. As luck would have it, even though I had just ordered the Beast 10, my saw came with the old water distribution setup. The new factory builds now come with the new "y" setup. I called Lachmond, and received the new "y"piece within a week for no charge. Great customer service in the USA. It works GREAT now.
Cons: Other than the fact that I got an original-design water 'snake' this saw has been outstanding. The cart is not included, but I did purchase it (a bit pricey, but worth every penny).
Other notes: Includes an excellent blade. I did find that the blade with need to be regularly dressed, especially when doing plunge cuts in porcelain. Order a dressing stone with the saw.
The cart is really well designed, and EASY to move around, even up and down stairs as the wheel size has been increased. Super easy to collapse and to pop-up. You will have to remove the right side trays (really simple) to fit the saw between doors.
This tile saw has only been out since around 12/15. I was told that the redesign of the Beast included input from tile pros, what they liked, disliked, and wanted from a tile saw. I highly recommend this saw.