|Item Weight||30.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||44 x 10.2 x 6.1 inches|
|Item model number||PM4000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 YEAR|
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Folding Miter Saw Stand PM-4000 Portamate - Heavy Duty 36" Work Height Miter Saw Stand with Quick Attach Mount, 13" Support T's and 500 lb. Capacity
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- Comfortable 36-Inch work height to make projects easy.
- Heavy duty contractor grade, with a tough powder coated steel finish.
- Snap pin folding legs for easy storage, and complete stability when in use.
- 20-Inch Quick Attach mounts (which can be left on your tools if you wish).
- 10' long material support and a 500lb capacity for the big jobs.
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Heavy duty contractor grade, with a tough powder coated steel finish.
- Comfortable 36-inch work height
- Heavy duty contractor grade, tough powder coated steel
- Fast and easy snap pin folding legs
- 20-inch quick attach tool mounts
- 116-inch long material support
Portamate PM-4000 Folding Miter Saw Stand
The Portamate PM-4000 Folding Miter Saw Stand is a practical, hassle-free stand for contractor size saws. Constructed of tubular steel, the rugged yet lightweight saw stand can support up to 500 lbs. Easy set-up, folding, storage and transport, combined with solid construction make the PM-4000 a job site miter saw stand for quickly getting the job done.
Set up is quick and simple--the folding legs swing under the center portion and are secured by pins that snap into position. Two material supports extend left and right up to 116 inches apart, easily supporting over 10 feet of material drawn across the adjustable 13-inch support T's. The quick mount tool attachments give you the freedom to easily remove the saw for transport in the truck, storage or even use it atop your workbench in the shop. Once you've mounted your miter saw with the quick attach mounts, work without strain using the stand's ergonomic working height of 36 inches. Collapsing is just as quick as set-up, conveniently folding for storage or transport.
Quickly and easily add more stable jobsite maneuverability to the Portamate PM-4000 Miter Saw Stand with the PM-4004 dual wheel upgrade kit (sold separately). The dual 6-inch diameter wheels make navigating through the jobsite an easy trip, rather than an added project. The optional kit includes two 6-inch wheels and hardware and installs without drilling--easily snap and secure the wheels to the PM-4000 miter saw stand.
Also available for the PM-4000 Miter Saw Stand are Portamate's PM-7002 Quick-Mount Machine attachments. Purchased separately as replacements or for attaching to additional tools, these mounts allow you to change tools quickly and easily. Tough, rugged and easy to use, the PM-7002 mounts maximize your miter saw stand's capabilities.
Top Customer Reviews
Build quality is high
Mostly assembled on arrival
Easy to open packaging
Plenty of hardware included for multiple style saw bases
Lightweight but sturdy
No color choice (not a personal concern but some people are picky)
Not height configurable (appears to be perfect height for anyone from 5' to 6'3 and may be good for a wider range)
I am also very pleased with Amazon. I got free shipping on this item and that was almost as much as the cost of the PortaMate. How can you beat that deal, You can't
All that said, it's a sturdy enough stand to work properly, and it cost less than half of the Dewalt cost. Legs fold up compactly, and weight is easily carried around. Recommended for anyone who doesn't need Champagne quality; this is a good beer for a beer price.
That being said, this work stand seems to be very solidly constructed. It would be a breeze to put together for anyone competent enough to be using a miter saw. The work height is a bit taller than I expected. The cutting deck is at my belly button on my 6' 2" frame. Having worked much lower from my sawhorses, it is an adjustment, but it seems much more ergonomic upon evaluation.
The saw is easy to put on and take off using the release handles. The handles orient to the back of the saw, which I questioned at first. After doing that way per the directions, I realized that with the handles at the back, you can use your belly to support the saw as you carry it and it actually makes it easier to carry. If you don't like it that way, nothing would stop you from turning it around so they are on front.
One small negative is that the legs need to be folded back together in the right order or they will get in the way of each other. Sharpie to the rescue! I just marked 1,1,2,2 on the 4 legs so I can remember the order without having to look. Another small negative is that the stand doesn't use rollers, it just uses round tubes for the support. I don't see this as a negative, but it would be very easy to DIY rollers in place of the tubes if you were so inclined.
Don't hesitate, just buy it.
The quick attach mounts included for the saw are great. They include little rubber feet of their own so you can set the saw down on a workbench, floor, ect. Now that I've got the mounts installed on the saw I don't see myself ever removing them. The stand comes with mounting hardware for an offset mount and I'm glad it did because my Hitachi is a slightly offset mount. I wasn't impressed with the mounting bolts and ended up grabbing some 8mm bolts from my shop. That said they are perfectly serviceable as is, I just prefer hex head bolts.
The stand folds up compactly and quickly and is easily carried by the cross support in the middle of the stand. Even moving the whole thing with a lighter saw on it is totally feasible. The side supports are a tiny bit flimsy when fully extended but I'd expect that on any stand of this type. Just take care not to put to much weight on them at full extension (use a roller stand as another reviewer expressed). The extension adjustment knobs are well positioned and so far seem to grip the extension supports very well.
This stand is a bit taller than other stands and its the perfect height for me (6'1"). The legs fold out and in easily and snap into place with a satisfying "clinnk!"
Great stand for the price - highly recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fastened my 10" Hitachi chop saw to it and the stand has worked like a charm. Easy to assemble.Published 2 days ago by Gale L. Jennings
Perfect price, perfect utility. I looked at the $200 name brand saw stand and am glad I chose to save some money on this one. zExceeded expectations.Published 7 days ago by EC
This is exactly what I wanted. I have a smaller sliding compound saw and mounting it on the mounting brackets was a little bit of a chore because of the odd size of the saw, but... Read morePublished 8 days ago by DFarkas
I recently purchased a Dewalt 15 amp 12 in. Double-Bevel Compound Miter Saw and needed a stand. The plan was to purchase Dewalt's stand to use with the new saw but I felt it was... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Chris Jones
It will do the job but by reading the other reviews I got the impression it was a bit sturdier . Cutting 12 foot 2 x 4's it was a bit shaky. 2x6 would be even worse. Read morePublished 24 days ago by peter