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Unread 07-23-2021, 04:30 PM   #1
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2016 Lackmond Beast 10" Saw

My five year old heavily used saw had a catastrophic motor or gearing failure today, does anyone have any experience repairing a direct drive motor? I know that this particular brand has been discontinued but assume the Delta parts are still widely available, and at one point the Lackmond rep was active on this board.

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Unread 07-23-2021, 05:54 PM   #2
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Welcome, Ben.

What is the "particular brand" you're dealing with?

Over the decades I've found WW Grainger to be my go-to place for replacement electric motors of all kinds and frequently parts for same.
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Unread 07-23-2021, 07:40 PM   #3
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I have the 10" Lackmond Beast also. It was a partnership between Lackmond (who had been making Home Depot Rigid Saws) and Delta (who makes the motor and several other power tools).

While Lackmond discontinued it, Delta has taken it over completely and it is now called the Delta Cruzer 10" Tile Saw. Here is a link to the product page, and toward the bottom there is a downloadable PDF with a list of replacement parts available...

https://deltamachinery.com/products/tile-saws/96-110

Hope that helps!
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It's the Lackmond branded version of the Delta Saw. I found the replacement parts list in my desk and can't seem to find any replacement parts available anywhere online. I'm pretty sure the bearing on the armature assembly blew out, so going to have to figure out how to get an equivalent part. Or just buy a new belt driven saw. Honestly surprised it lasted this long I was skeptical of the direct drive system but really needed the cutting capacity of the Beast. Been using my backup 20 year old Target this week and really miss the big work table!
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Ben, if you can get a number from that bearing, I think you'll easily find a replacement online. If no visible number, accurate size measurements might be enough.

My opinion; worth price charged.
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