Specifications & Dimensions
|General Warranty:||1 year|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||50.0 lbs.|
|Assembly Required:||Fully Assembled|
Ratings & Reviews
The Craftsman Professional Adjustable Work Stand features an innovative square-section steel, X-frame design that combines strength and stability with easy height adjustment. Its compact design quickly folds and locks into place for convenient storage, and with the pull of a pin, the table unlocks and lifts for efficient use.
- 400 lbs. load capacity
- Heavy-duty steel X frame support
- Quickly folds up and locks into place for storage
- Easy-slide table top quickly adjusts from 10-29"
- Pre-stamped mounting slots are designed to fit a variety of bench top tools
- Spring loaded locking pin automatically engages and secures the stand when folded for storage
- Setup adjustment handle with soft grip for easy setup
- Dual handles with soft grip for comfort during transport
- Tabletop assembly clamping knobs secure the easy-slide table top in the correct position for the bench top tool
- 4 in. locking casters for stability
- Safety switch and circuit breaker reset
- 36" H x 21" W x 49" L
- Weight: 50 lbs.
- Fully assembled
- 1-year limited warranty
Added on July 26, 2010
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This portable table will have many uses around my home abd business. The portability will enable me to carry this in my van while taking up very little space. It is adaptable for a reciprocating saw, tile saw, router table as well as a sander. The wheels make it easily portable while having a device is attached. A must have around the house for the handy man.
Got this great stand at a steep-discount clearance price - great functionality and build quality, for the cost. Readily accepts miter saws, router tables, and other tools. Especially like the variable height, and small size when folded. Fully assembled out of the box is great as well.
The Craftsman adjustable work stand exceeded my expectations. Ready to go right out of the box. No assembly required! Very well built. Attached a 12" miter saw to the stand in about 5 min with no problem aligning holes with the adjustable work table brackets. Sturdy and safe. A real keeper!
I have been researching a new WorkMate style bench. Mine is 20+ yrs old and too short for me (my back) anymore, I am 6'-1" tall and I needed something over the typical 30" tall. This is not exactly what I had hoped for (a 36" tall workmate style bench) but I am going to install a plywood top to the adjustable rails with carriage bolts and it will work well as orginally desired and great, as designed, as a stand for my mitre saw, table saw etc. And I am even going to make a router jig. The contruction and set up is great. It came out of the box fully assembled, unlike other stands I have researched, and in one case bought and returned because of very cheap design. I highly recommend this for the purpose I needed, though with a little bit of additions I plan to make. Maybe Craftsman can design a table for it in the future? I just bougt it today, but because of weeks of research I had to comment after setting it up. Maybe I will post more later after I have used it.
I have been researching a new WorkMate style bench. Mine is 20+ yrs old and too short for me (my back) anymore, I am 6'-1" tall and I needed something over the typical 30" tall.
This is not exactly what I had hoped for (a 36" tall workmate style bench) but I am going to install a plywood top to the adjustable rails with carriage bolts and it will work well as orginally desired and great, as designed, as a stand for my mitre saw, table saw etc. And I am even going to make a router jig. The contruction and set up is great. It came out of the box fully assembled, unlike other stands I have researched, and in one case bought and returned because of very cheap design.
I highly recommend this for the purpose I needed, though with a little bit of additions I plan to make. Maybe Craftsman can design a table for it in the future?
I just bougt it today, but because of weeks of research I had to comment after setting it up. Maybe I will post more later after I have used it.
Having recently purchased a miter saw, I also found myself needing a stand to bolt it to that would survive being hauled around my property. (Think hills, lawn, gravel, etc..) Ideally, I wanted something that I could leave the saw bolted to. Well, this adjustable work stand might just be as good as it gets. Pros: - Fully assembled and ready to go right out of the box. - Easy to raise and collapse, even with a saw bolted to the top of it. - Short enough to fit in tight spaces when your storing or transporting it, even with a saw attached. - Can be collapsed and tossed right in a truck with a saw attached, and it will not fall over or slide around. Cons: - Honestly, the wheels could be larger. Rolling over gravel driveways, or up steps would be a lot easier with larger wheels. - When raising and collapsing, care must be taken not to let the wheel bases scrape on the floor. They could damage some flooring, so be careful, and use floor protection in your work area. (You should be protecting the floor anyway!) - The locking wheels are a little less precise feeling than I would like right out of the box, but somehow seem to have improved in operation simply from using them a few times. What I'd like to see: - Some sort of hard plastic glide strips or roller track/belt similar to what appliance dollies have would allow for dragging the collapsed stand over the edge of stairs, truck beds, etc., without damaging finishes or the stand would be a welcomed feature. Maybe even an add-on accessory? - Another accessory idea would be a rotation top assembly that would allow me to rotate an attached tool 90 degrees and lock it in place, such as a miter saw, so that fitting the assembly through doorways would be easier. Some sliding miter saws, like mine, combine with the table to make a width that would be impossible to fit through many doorways, and being able to swivel the entire base of the saw would be awesome! (Sears, By all means feel free to compensate me for the idea if you use it by giving me a free one. Ha!) Overall, this thing is close to perfect, and it's been a long time since I felt that I could say that about any Craftsman product. I'm seriously considering buying a second one for my table saw. As for fellow miter saw users, adding a couple of adjustable height roller stands to your shopping cart for those projects that require working with longer stock still won't push your total cost as high as some of the dedicated portable miter saw stands available on the market, and you'll have a lot more flexibility and portability using this stand.
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