Mitre Saw Stand - 12" Saw Max - 8' - 400 lb Capacity

This universal mitre saw stand by Metabo HPT works with all brands of mitre saws. Its steel construction allows for easy transport to and from the job site. The stand supports up to 8' of material and up to 400 lb. The legs provide superior support and fold for easy storage. This mitre saw mounting brackets allow easy and secure mounting of the tool to the stand. The work stops and supports can be repositioned quickly anywhere along the rail. The non-marring feet on the tool mount will not scratch floors. The mitre saw is sold separately. The stand is backed by a 5-year limited warranty.

Color :Green and silver
Type :Mitre saw stand
Component :Steel
Height :35" (88.9 cm)
Length :8' (2.44 m)
Capacity :Up to 400 (181.44 kg) lb, 12" saw
Warranty :5-year limited warranty
Packaging :Per unit
Weight :50 lb (22.68 kg)
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Mitre Saw Stand - 12" Saw Max - 8' - 400 lb Capacity is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 76.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice but... great stand, few issues.. the only problem I had was with the stop raiser on the extension, one of my guys knuckeled it down and broke one of little tack welds they had, took it to my shop, put a full weld around it, no problem now..I see that people are complaining about the arrangement of the legs..if you go ahead and drop the wheel side, then drop the handle side. you don't have to hop back and forth to stand it up, there is minimal sag in the extensions, the stops do have abit of play, but, I just push hard against it when I set it, and it works beautifully, it's not a shop tool, it's made for the move just like any tool you have to learn it.
Date published: 2017-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The stand is great! this miter saw stand came with the purchase of a hitachi miter saw. I'm not sure why others are complaining in their review. The stand is sturdy. It makes cutting a breeze. You can leave the saw on the stand and wheel it around where you want it. Saw can be stored on stand in vertical position. Given that I paid nothing for the stand,I am very happy with it. If there is one thing that I'd change, the wheels should be where the handles are, and the handles should be where the wheels are. It would make folding up the legs more convenient. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beefy saw stand Bought this stand yesterday and put it together today. The stand is very sturdy and was about 75 percent assembled out of the box. It went together quickly and there is a lot of adjustment ability side to side and front to back so that I would thing there would be no trouble mounting any brand saw. My saw is a Hitachi so naturally there was no issue with fitment. The stand sits nice and level, I like the side extensions and the stops for repeat cuts. The saw is very easy to install on the stand using the universal brackets. My only wish is that it would stand upright while folded but it does not and for that reason I deducted one star. Overall I like the stand and would recommend it.
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy duty Hitachi stand I have needed a miter saw stand for several years to do large moldings for picture frames. Most of the stands I checked out did not have a strong enough frame for the load or were not accurate. This one has exceptional frame strength. It may not have extensions that go out as far as others, but it handles a heavy load and has quick lock legs. Even the wheels are heavy duty. The weight is high at 50 lbs which makes the saw cuts more precise and secure. The cross frames allow me to mount any brand of saw, even my 30 years old Ryobi.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great stand for the price I previously had a Dewalt 12" sliding compound miter on a RIGID rolling stand (both considerably more expensive). A decent combination but really, REALLY, heavy. This stand is a little on the small side for Hitachi's 12" compound sliding miter saw (which I purchased at the same time), but it does fit. Would not recommend using this stand with a larger saw. No problems with "soft" metal screws (per an earlier review) so far. Easy to transport. Set up is a little awkward as the way the legs fold up you need lift the wheel-side first and there's no handle on that side. Haven't done any major cutting jobs yet, but it sure looks good in my garage! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent stand for the price I am actually quite impressed with this stand. My only complaint is the way the one adjustable workpiece support is offset the wrong way so that your workpiece only hits a few inches of it. BUT, I just pulled it out and flipped it and it works fine! The way the legs fold up is a little backwards but as another reviewer noted it is not a problem. Assembly was pretty easy, just read the directions and be smarter than the parts you are assembling and you will be fine ;)
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cheap hardware The bolts to assemble this stand are very soft steel and strip easily.I fixed this problem by purchasing 4 button head hex bolts that were the same size of the square rail bolts.No more problems changing out a saw or removing a saw from the stand. Its sad that this wasn't the method the manufacturer used. The stand is very sturdy and easy to transport.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Saw Stand to Satisfy My Brand OCD I've had a Hitachi miter saw for awhile now and wanted a matching stand. When I bought the saw, Lowe's didn't have any Hitachi stands for sale, so I ended up buying an off brand stand online. It worked alright, but I could only mount the front holes to the stand, since my saw's mounting holes were offset, front to back. This stand has a universal mount that allowed me to mount all 4 points to the stand, making it more secure. One thing to point out, the product photos show someone moving the stand while the saw is attached. The user guide warns against this. Not really a huge issue, since the mounting brackets have a quick release. Just remove the saw, move the stand, place saw back on stand and secure. The only negative that I can think of is the collapsible legs. The way they collapse works against you. The opposite wheel side collapses first, then wheel side. Just means you have to go back and forth an extra time when you're moving the stand. Not a huge deal, but a minor inconvenience.
Date published: 2016-05-12
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