Specifications & Dimensions
|Overall Dimensions:||80 L in.|
|Type:||Stands & Bases|
|For Use With:||Miter Saws, Universal|
Ratings & Reviews
Deluxe Miter Saw Stand Has the Angles Covered
If you have a project that calls for precision, the Craftsman deluxe miter saw stand will help you make sure you get it right the first time without frustrating slips and wasted wood. The stand rests on sturdy steel legs that lock in place to support up to 330 pounds-that's plenty of capacity for your saw and your project materials. Two steel rollers help keep your longer pieces moving along smoothly the 80-inch length, which means you won't have to worry about bumps that can make you start all over.
This deluxe miter saw stand comes with universal mounting brackets that let you quickly place and remove most 10-inch and 12-inch miter saws. The stand includes a two-outlet power strip, giving you the freedom to work away from electrical outlets. Fold the stand and roll it away when you're finished.
- Mobile enough to move around the yard, sturdy enough to get the job done, the Craftsman deluxe miter saw stand makes a quick job of set up so you can get on with the work you need to do
- Universal quick-release mounting brackets
- Fits most 10" and 12" miters saws
- Supports up to 330 lbs
- Support arms extend up to 80"
- Includes a two-outlet power strip with safety switch
- Support legs are spring loaded and lock into place for working, then fold easily for storage
- 1-1/2" x 8" wheels
- Round steel tubing provides stability
- Two 11-1/2" steel rollers help feed long pieces
Added on October 06, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
This is a unit that is more for the pro rather than the diy, It does take up space, so be prepared to have the room or space when you are done. It is quite heavy in itself, and with a saw attached, much more, so do not plan to take it from floor to floor without some thought. Depending on the particular make of saw, there may be slight adjustments or mods that you may have or wish to make so that it is a solid work station. Having the inboard and outboard supports is good for long material that needs support. You still may need a standalone support if your center point is past the built ins. If you get it at a good price, it is a useful item to have for the heavy user, but I think it would be not so for the small project person.
This is a great product. I gave it a good and not an excellent because it's hard to transport. Once folded, there are no immediate handles on the front to pull easily. Aside from that, great product.
North Las Vegas, NV
I bought this item on sale and at an even lower price thanks to the Shop Your Way Rewards program. It's a nice stand for the price. To get something more substantial, one would have to opt for the DeWalt Rolling Miter Saw Stand which is $100 more than this item. The Craftsman stand is more than adequate for the job. The legs are very sturdy and easily lock into position, both folded and deployed. Everything is a nice grade of steel and at Customer Pickup, the associate wheeled it out to my car on a hand truck and lifted it for me into the trunk and into the back of the car with a seat folded down. My Craftsman saw mounted onto the quick release brackets using the universal mounting brackets. The quick release brackets come with a built-in handle, so it's easy to lift and carry the saw both on and off the stand. You could hang the saw separately on a wall with some hooks, using the built in handles. The stand can also be stored vertically. The steel rollers are adjustable for height and also extend from each end to support longer work pieces of material. The built-in power station is a nice feature. It comes with a plastic key that when removed renders the power strip inoperable. It also features a circuit breaker overload reset switch which will cut power if the saw begins drawing too much power. The locking quick release brackets are adjustable, so you can be certain they will securely hold the saw to the table. You can also slide the saw left or right on the table by releasing the handles, sliding the saw, and then engaging them again. For the money, you really get a nice saw table with this model.
The perfect combination very comfort easy to use safe and best price
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Got this stand to wheel my miter in and around the job site. The stand has held up well and I have been impressed so far. I especially like the wheels and the attached power strip. My saw was bit difficult to attach to the arms and the bolts provided were junk, but once set up have had no problems. Would purchase again, I paid 119.99 on sale.
I like this stand because I can change the tool easily with the purchase of additional tool beds. You need to remove the tool with bed when you want to move it around from job site to job site. I do not feel this is a pain to do because the beds stay attached to the tools making the tool easy to remove and replace. The power box and switch was a great idea also. The extension arms are easy to adjust and are very helpful. This stand is easily set up and take down, sturdy and takes very little space to store when not in use.
Overall, it's a good stand, especially considering price. There is a big "but", and unfortunately not an annoyance, a fatal flaw. Pros: Sturdy, Stable, (Mostly) Universal, Some Nice "Deluxe" Features Cons: Too little height adjustment for rollers (okay for miters, maybe not for other tools) Must lift to retract legs to wheel - fairly awkward with heavy saw attached. Narrow wheel gage - might tip over while rolling Roller extension tubes a bit loose - must adjust height depending on how much they are extended PLASTIC latch handle. - the big one The plastic latch handle has a small (plastic) eyelet on the bottom end that loops over a bolt... it is way too thin and should be metal. I have personally returned FOUR clamping accessories that I purchased to add an additional tool to this, because the eyelet was cracked or broken completely through. Buy at your own risk/annoyance/time.
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