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Rockwell Jawhorse RK9110 Miter Saw Station Accessory Attachment


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  • Accessory to the Rockwell Jawhorse
  • Rockwell Jawhorse sold separately
  • 19.59-inches W by 31.59 L x 6.29-inches H,
  • Designed to fit almost any miter saw to the Jawhorse
  • Provides you with a stable area all your miter cuts
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number RK9110
Product Dimensions30.4 x 19.8 x 6 inches
Item model numberRK9110
ColorGray
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description2 years
  
Additional Information
ASINB001EPR6YI
Best Sellers Rank #207,642 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight23.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

''JAWHORSE'' MITER SAW STATION Instantly mounts any miter saw Super simple, no drilling, no tool assembly Rollers adjust independently up and down, side to side Add your own 2"x4" to the roller accessories provided for infeed and outfeed support as wide as you like. Add your own 2"x4" legs using the quick clamps provided for further support and maximum stability.

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The miter saw station is another one of the great accessories for the Rockwell Jawhorse. The table is designed to fit almost any miter saw to the Jawhorse. You can add legs for further support (using the quick clamps) and even get inboard and outboard support by adding 2-inch by 4-inch lumber to the roller accessories. Jawhorse sold separately.

Customer Reviews

Good piece of equipment.
Bill Cooper
Also the wooden (2x4) legs that clamp to the above long board and provide support from the ground (if a REALLY long board is used) are not included.
jerwig
The Miter Saw Station (without a saw attached) also makes a pretty fair work table.
DaveG

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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By G. Powell on June 25, 2009
I took Jerry W's advice and built my own miter station. The best deal is to buy the Rockwell Jawhorse RK9109 Plywood Jaw Accessory Attachment and two Rockler Roller Support with Universal Clamps and about a foot of 2x2 or 3x3 angle iron. It costs a little more to buy these things than to buy this kit, but you get the plywood jaw which if you don't have it, you'll wish you did when you go to clamp something big.

Pros: This kit comes with a table and two rollers and two support clamps for bracing a long 2x4. Which even without mounting a miter saw on makes the Rockwell RK9000 Jawhorse into a small workbench.

Cons: The rollers are built a lot cheaper than the Rockler ones. The Rockler rollers are needle bearing and stainless steel. These are plastic tubes on a spindle. Also the Rockler rollers can be used on your work bench easier as the clamps that come with them are more versatile.

If your miter saw is really heavy with the build your own kit, you may want two pieces of angle iron under the plywood table and put a block of wood between them to give yourself a bigger thing to clamp.
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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By jerwig on February 7, 2009
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The miter saw work station holds the saw (we have a 10" ridgid miter saw that weighs 34 pounds) solidly. For what we use it for however, it would have been cheaper to use a piece of 5/8" plywood and bolt the saw to that. Then bolt a couple 6-8 inch long pieces of 2" angle iron under the plywood to clamp the jawhorse to. Also, the Rockwell ads do not mention that some major parts shown in their ads are NOT included. In particular the long (2x4) board that the rollers bolt too is not included with the miter station. Also the wooden (2x4) legs that clamp to the above long board and provide support from the ground (if a REALLY long board is used) are not included.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mark Horton on January 31, 2010
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The jawhorse is a very solid piece of equipment. The miter saw station is junk-lots of plastic, hand hole for the saw panel's on the wrong side, metal structure under the saw table eats your leg up if you're carrying the saw with one hand. I am a professional carpenter and was looking for something that wouldn't take up so much room in the truck. I currently have my 12" saw mounted to a wheeled Ridgid saw stand. Stand is great but takes up a lot of room in the back of the Tacoma. Wanted something to use when I didn't have a lot of trim to do and this isn't it. Anybody with any shop skill could top this effort with about $40 in materials and an hour or so to fabricate.

Don't be misled by the picture the guy put in there with his hand miter saw mounted to it. He bought some good rollers from Rockler and did it right. Too bad Rockwell went cheap on this. Amazon, you need to add a category for equipment that's not defective but not well made either. Your sellers need to stop putting this kind of stuff out there. Rockwell-upgrade the components and charge another $15 or so. This is rather disappointing.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By M. Qualls on May 10, 2009
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I didn't have the time to build my own miter saw table nor did I want to. So, I spent the money to purchase this item. Like, Jerry Wiggins mentioned you can build your own table. I just wanted to order it, have it arrived in good shape, mount my miter saw to it and be done with it!

So far, it has worked out that way. Honestly, I just like the fact that I could finally get my miter saw off of my desk (where it was taken up valuable space) and give it portability. I can store my miter saw & the station out of the way. Overall, I like that I made the purchase.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By DaveG on February 8, 2009
The Miter Saw Station doesn't compare to a good dedicated miter saw station, but would certainly do the job in a pinch. Hardware (connectors and work support rollers) for outriggers is supplied. You supply 2X4's.

The Miter Saw Station (without a saw attached) also makes a pretty fair work table. It has a very substantial metal frame underneath. You clamp this frame in the JawHorse jaws. It's built to take all of the pressure the JawHorse can supply, so there is no worry about the table shifting in the jaws if you use it to support something heavy. The table itself is 5/8" thick. I believe it's plywood with a laminate top. It would be easy to apply a new table to the frame, or attach a sacrificial top over the existing table if you need to.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Neofactor on December 12, 2011
Original Dec 2011:
Review: I picked this up over at Lowes for only: $29.98 - so I figured it was worth getting compared to all the other online prices I see of $61+.

1st impression...
1) It is well packed in the box. Felt like an Apple product unboxing.
2) Overall... it is dead simple to setup. You take a 2x4 and this workbench and put them together in the jawhorse. Add the 2x rollers (included) to a 2x4 (Not included) as needed... and optionally add additional 2x cross support (included) to some more 2x4 legs (Not included)
3) The bench only has a handle on the right side.. you need to secure your mitersaw for safety... it states it on the bench itself. They provide no mounting holes nor hardware... so you need to see what works for your saw. personally I may just clamp mine on in the back - which is what I did before on my other portable table. That way I can quickly use this for other purposes as needed (Not sure what that is yet).

For the $30 I thought it was well worth it... but not for $60 bucks. I just finished two projects before this came - so I will need to wait till the next trim job to really use it. I will post back after that.

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Update: 3 years later - Jan 31, 2014

Still use this every time I use my Miter saw. My JawHorse has basically become my Miter station. Hate the jawhorse big feet.... but this combo attachment has paid for itself - especially since I got it for a steal at the big Box store. Online the price is now something like $90. One of the bolts that hold it to the square underframe went missing... vibrations... make sure you tighten up those bolts after a while... should be fine.

Things I which it had... a stop block for quick repeat cuts. Could have a wider roller. In the end... can't complain too much... it has served me well.
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