155747 MK 101 Tile Saw with Stand

SKU: 155747
Manufacturer: MK Diamond
MPN: 155747





MK-101 PRO Wet Tile Saw and Stand


  • Permanently lubricated, dual-sealed, heavy-duty blade shaft bearings
  • Multi-position motor post and cutting head for convenient cutting of various tile sizes
  • Built-in water distribution system supplies water to both sides of blade
  • Variable height cutting head allows for plunge cuts and use of blades smaller than 10" in diameter
  • Accommodates 6"' and 8" profile wheels
  • Cast aluminum blade guard and motor post
  • One-piece reinforced zinc-plated steel frame
  • Fully enclosed high torque, fan-cooled motor
  • Micro V-belt drive
  • Weight 109 lbs
  • One-year limited warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Free shipping from MK factory warehouse to lower 48 states

What's Included?

  • MK-101 Wet Tile Saw
  • Tile Saw Stand with Casters
  • 10 in "Hot Dog" Diamond Blade
  • Water Pump in Pan
  • Large Rip Guide
  • 45° Miter Guide
  • 90° Protractor Guide
  • Dual 45° Angle Guide
  • Dressing Stone
  • Side Extension Table
  • Operator's manual

MK-101 Pro Wet Tile Saw Specifications
PowerBelt Driven (Baldor) - 1-1/2 hp
Length of Cut20 in
Diagonal Length of Cut14 in
Arbor5/8 in
Blade Capacity10 in
Depth of Cut3 in
Weight117 lbs
Dimensions36 in x 22 in x 23 in

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Impressive MK tile saw


This saw cuts fast and feels sturdy. It accepts profile wheels too. Mine shipped straight from Contractors Direct with a Hotdog blade. Keep it dressed with the dressing stone they give you and it will last a while.

MK-101 PRO Wet Tile Saw


Saw was used for it's first job last week and it preformed great. (500 sq/ft of porcelain) The blade that was supplied with it though was not good. It had a bad wobble right from the start even before it cut.
It cut fairly well but it decided to swap it out with one off my old saw. MK makes nice saws but I do not plan on buying there blades in the future. Not sure if they would replace it or if it's worth the hassle.