Specifications & Dimensions
|Item Weight (lbs.):||21|
|Load Rated To (lbs.):||300|
|Assembly Required:||Assembly Required|
Ratings & Reviews
Bench Top Tool Stand Adds Utility While Saving Workbench Space
Some jobs just can't be done without the appropriate bench top tool, and the Craftsman bench top tool stand lets you have them all without taking up precious space on your workbench. This stand is ideal for the tools you use frequently, but not necessarily daily. Get it out of your primary workspace while keeping the tool ready to use by mounting it to this stand. It's designed for a permanent, stable mount to create an extra workstation in your shop or garage.
With a wide footprint, this bench top tool stand stays rock-steady whether it holds drills, saws, or any other Craftsman bench top power tool. It holds up to 300 pounds, so there's plenty of capacity for the tool, the materials with which you're working, and any additional components you may need. Holes drilled in the top of the frame allow you to bolt on your own plywood or other flat surface to fit your needs.
- Powder-based top coat helps the Craftsman bench top tool stand resist corrosion for years of use
- Built for stability even with heavy loads, making it ideal for intricate work, such as using a jigsaw
- Bolt holes in the top of the frame allow you to add your own bench top, or permanently mount any Craftsman bench top tool
- Solid 20-gauge steel construction is designed to last a lifetime so you know you're making a solid investment for your workshop
- Adjusts between 22" and 34" so you can customize for your own utility and comfort, making it usable while either sitting or standing
- Foot pads adjust to compensate for uneven floors so the stand is always stable
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Las Vegas, NV
Can't please everyone. Personally find this to be exactly what I needed. For the price I paid thought it to be very good. Mounted a 3/4 plywood top and a compound miter saw and was in business. Pay two or three hundred and expect more. Expect that I don't know it all but a very good product.
After assembly, but before the addition of plywood shelves, the stand is somewhat sturdy. Be sure to lay out the parts and match them to the instructions (as best you can) before beginning assembly.
A nice tool stand but to make it most stable, I put 3/4" fiber board on the middle level as well as the top. I used separate hardware after reading some of the reviews. I did not try the supplied hardware so don't know whether it would have been OK using the supplied bolts and nuts. After assembly, the stand is quite satisfactory and well worth the price.
San Diego, CA
I bought this stand to use as a bench top for using with my router table and Sears bench top jointer. The size is great for that use. I rated it Fair because the metal is a bit thin and the hardware is terrible. Mounting a 3/4" plywood top helped make it a bit more stable but it is going to need the bottom shelf installed as well to do the job. The hardware is Phillips head with nylon lock nuts. You can't really get them tight without starting to strip the Phillips heads. I'm going to replace mine with hex head screws, nuts and a lock washer. Wing nuts would also be nice where the adjustable legs attach for quick height adjustment without tools. The included hardware wouldn't take but a couple of removals before it would be destroyed. Overall, it's an ok stand that will do the job but I'm disappointed in the quality of material.
Fuquay Varina, NC
This is poorly made. Once assembled, the table is unstable and will shift around when pressure is applied due to powder coated legs and fasteners are too small for the holes, allowing movement. Also (if you have a small shop), the plastic feet will slip off and will not take casters well. I thought I had saved $$ but this table proved "you get what you pay for".
I BOUGHT THIS STAND WITH A NEW TABLE SAW, AND GO TO BUILD THE STAND AND FOUND THAT THE HARDWARE WAS TOTAL JUNK. IF YOU BUY THIS ITEM THEN YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO THE STORE FOR REPLACEMENT HARDWARE. IT IS TO HARD TO HOLD WITH YOUR FINGERS, AND IT WILL NOT GET TIGHT. WHO EVER THOUGHT OF USING METRIC HARDWARE WITH THIS ITEM SHOULD BE SHOT. WELL OFF TO THE STORE FOR HARDWARE GOOD LUCK TO THE REST OF YOU ON THIS ITEM.
Baton Rouge, LA
The stand is made of rather thin steel, though it's rated for 300 pounds of load. If one doesn't install the recommended 3/4-inch plywood top shelf (I strongly suggest installing a 3/4-inch bottom shelf, as well), the stand seems flimsy.
The philips head bolts that keep the stand together are total junk. Cannot be tightened adequately without stripping out completely. I've worked with cheap hardware before, but this piece stripped like it was made of plastic.
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