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    SKILSAW 15 Amp Corded 14 inch Abrasive Chop Saw with Carbide Blade

    Model # SPT64MTA-01|Store SKU # 1001129365

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    Overview

    Model # SPT64MTA-01 Store SKU # 1001129365

    With the legendary strength and grit of a SKILSAW, this lean, mean chop saw for metal is a powerful ally to have in your corner. Our 14 inch Abrasive Chop Saw weighs in at 33.9 lbs., so it goes from truck to jobsite and back without adding strain to your day. But being light doesn't mean it's any less tough. Designed with stability in mind, the large 11 x 18-1/2 inch base makes sure that this machine stands its ground through whatever you throw at it. The versatile "D" handle gives you comfort and control cut after cut. From the name generations of pros already know, the 14 inch SKILSAW Abrasive Chop Saw has your back.

    1. Lightest weight chop saw at 34 lbs.
    1. Custom "D" handle and guard design for comfort and control during cutting
    1. Stamped steel guards and chip deflector for chip management and jobsite durability
    1. Large 11 x 18-1/2 inch base provides a stable support for demanding cuts
    1. Depth of cut stop easily adjusts for different sizes and shapes of materials
    1. On tool wrench storage for quick, convenient wheel changes

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    22.5
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    17.5
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    36
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    14
    Item Depth
    22.5
    Item Height
    17.5
    Item Weight
    36
    Item Width
    14

    Details

    Amps
    15, Corded, 15
    Batteries Included
    No, Corded, No
    Blade Diameter (In.)
    14, Corded, 14
    Cordless/Corded
    Corded, Corded
    Country of Origin
    CN-China
    Handheld or Stationary
    Stationary, Stationary
    Laser Guide
    No, No
    Motor
    Brushed, Corded, Brushed
    Number of Speeds
    1, Corded, 1

    Warranty / Certifications

    180 Day Stay True Guarantee + 1 Year Limited Warranty
    15 Amp Corded 14 inch Abrasive Chop Saw with Carbide BladePhoto of productWith the legendary strength and grit of a SKILSAW, this lean, mean chop saw for metal is a powerful ally to have in your corner. Our 14 inch Abrasive Chop Saw weighs in at 33.9 lbs., so it goes from truck to jobsite and back without adding strain to your day. But being light doesn't mean it's any less tough. Designed with stability in mind, the large 11 x 18-1/2 inch base makes sure that this machine stands its ground through whatever you throw at it. The versatile "D" handle gives you comfort and control cut after cut. From the name generations of pros already know, the 14 inch SKILSAW Abrasive Chop Saw has your back.
    SKILSAW
    1001129365
    CAD199
    The Home Depot Canada
    15 Amp Corded 14 inch Abrasive Chop Saw with Carbide Blade is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 8.
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice saw for the price, would recommend.... Nice saw for the price, would recommend.
    Date published: 2019-01-01
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Couldn’t make a straight cut. Taking it back. ... Couldn’t make a straight cut. Taking it back.
    Date published: 2019-01-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great performance! I am happy with this product. Have cut through a load of steel and haven't had any issues.
    Date published: 2018-10-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cuts concrete landscaping blocks very well, but use a diamond... Cuts concrete landscaping blocks very well, but use a diamond blade.
    Date published: 2018-07-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from SPT64MT4 – Let the sparks fly FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Well packaged in the box. Not sure if the missing rubber foot is intentional or not? The one right below the spark deflector is missing. Maybe they found that the sparks were burning it?? Non impacting to the flawless operation of the saw. This saw weighs in at 36.1 lbs but with the carry handle on top, it’s very easy to lug around. The stamped steel base is a big improvement over other cast metal bases. The blade that comes on the saw is for metal studs. This saw is competitively priced and very affordable. The lock pin is great and a big improvement over the chain hold downs of other chop saws. The ergonomic D-handle is easy to grip and is easy to use to lower the blade using either left or right hand. Initial start up of the 15A motor is nice and smooth, quick rev up to speed and comes to a stop in under 15 seconds. OPERATION: Let the sparks fly, cuts as expected for an abrasive chop saw. The spark guard takes the brunt of the cast off. The metal being cut has some burrs but not more than there is to be expected. No problem cutting various types and thicknesses (up to ¼”) of metal, round, square tubing, angle iron, even 6061 aluminum angle, some burrs left behind but easily cleaned up with a file or angle grinder. Blade changes are made simple with the locking leaver (not a push in button) and the supplied allen wrench, which is also used to adjust the vise to cut up to +/- 45-degree miter cuts. Changed out the blade for one that would cut steel/stainless steel to cut the heavier metal tubes and angle iron. This is one abrasive chop saw that I would recommend to any of my friends that work with metal on a daily or weekend basis.
    Date published: 2016-07-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'll start this review of the Skilsaw SPT64MTA - 01 14" abrasive chop saw with a comparison test against my 14" Milwaukee abrasive chop saw. The first thing I noticed was a few minor differences in the design of them, The Milwaukee has a solid cast base as to where the Skillsaw just has a stamped steel base. I assumed the Milwaukee would be a better idea but after using them both I decided I appreciate the stamped steel base of the Skillsaw for two reasons, It's lighter to carry and with being a little bigger it was actually more stable. And best of all the Skillsaw has a quick-release vise, and it doesn't have the tendency to lift the material off the base when clamping down. Another difference is the straight handle on the Milwaukee vs the D handle on the Skilsaw, I was used to the Milwaukee straight handle but after using the Skillsaw D handle I felt it was a little more comfortable. I also liked the blade hold down method better on the Skilsaw, it's like a miter saw with a spring-loaded pin. The Milwaukee uses a chain and hook, it gets the job done but a bit cumbersome. Although the blade guards and spark deflectors are designed a bit differently I didn't notice any big difference in the flying hot sparks. Of course the important part is the cutting, they're both 14" at 15 amps. However, another difference is the Milwaukee turns at 3300 RPM vs the Skilsaw at 3800 RPM. And that did make a big difference putting the Skillsaw way out in front, I made numerous cuts in three different materials then averaged out the times for each one. Here's the results; Black pipe 1" ID X 3/16" wall Milwaukee 33 seconds Skillsaw 16 seconds Square stock 1" x 1/2" Milwaukee 39 seconds Skillsaw 21 seconds Angle Iron 1" x 1" x 1/4" wall Milwaukee 35 seconds Skillsaw 14 seconds You can see the pattern here, the Skilsaw cuts about twice as fast and finishes with less of a burr too. To sum it up I'll be giving my Milwaukee away to a friend that doesn't have a chop saw at all, It is better than nothing but I will never use it again after getting this Skilsaw
    Date published: 2016-07-09
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Kinda boring I was quite exciting seeing the box on the porch. After hurriedly opening it I was dissoppointed to find it was the wrong tool. After getting over that disoppointment I gave the saw a fare chance and I also found the saw to be packaged very well, and like Matthew R, mine was missing one of the rubber feet. The handle on top does make it a lot easier to transport, and I really liked the D handle. It is comfortable and made it easy to use with either hand. The first thing I cut was a structural 2x6 stud. The saw cut unexpectedly cleanly. Meaning there was less of a burr than I have had with other saws. I was shocked to see there was a chip in the "blade" after that cut though. I made several other cut all with similar results, and the chip didn't seam to cause any excessive vibration. The motor never bogged down, even while cutting a 3/4" piece of m2 tool steel hardened to around 52 Rockwell. All these good features still didn't impress however. The clamp seams like all the other saws on the market, and you need a wrench to adjust the fence to cut on a mitre, which I found inconvinient. The chip guard does keep the chips from flying behind the saw, but they are just deflected to the sides. Overall it is a good way to cut metal for an affordable cost, but nothing jumps out as exceptional.
    Date published: 2016-06-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Could not have ask for anything better!!!! SkilSaw 14” Abrasive Saw After receiving my saw I hurriedly opened the box. It was packaged very well and was not hard to open and get everything setup to start cutting. I did notice that I was missing one of the rubber feet (which I am sure Skilsaw will replace), but otherwise I was ready to go. It is heavier than my old abrasive saw but is more mobile and easier to carry because of the handle on top. The handle is different which but is like my miter saw so it will not be an issue. There was plenty of power, nothing I put in front of it bogged it down, which was not the case for my previous saw. I cut a handful of different types of metal from square tubing, electrical conduit, angle iron, metal t-post, and a few other random metal objects. It made smoother and cleaner cuts than I was expecting it to make, which will lead to work getting down quicker and looking better. The vise for holding down the material was very well built and smooth, and making the area smaller and larger was a breeze. I would definitely recommend this saw to a friend, it is priced very well and from what I can tell is a great saw that should last for a longtime .
    Date published: 2016-06-17
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