|Item Weight||53 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||39.8 x 17.9 x 15.9 inches|
|Item model number||RK9002|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited 2-year|
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Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster hold and clamp 48-inch plywood sheets
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- Clamp work pieces 0 to 49-inches, particularly 8x4 plywood sheets
- Clamp up to 1 ton of force and supports a weight load up to 600 lbs.
- Versatile & hands-free workstation for clamping, supporting, and holding
- Folds down quickly for storage and transport
- Front scooter wheels for easy moving on all terrain even on rough ground
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The Rockwell JawHorse Sheetmaster can function as a workbench, a vice, and a machine press (view larger).
If you can lift it, you can clamp it. The JawHorse Sheetmaster's powerful clamping jaws allow you to securely clamp virtually anything, so you have hands-free access to safely complete your project. You can even clamp wide items like doors or full sheets of plywood thanks to the 49-inch clamping width. Simply set it, lock it, and clamp it.
Thanks to its flexible design, the JawHorse lets you get your projects up and off the ground at a comfortable working height. Simply clamp an ordinary piece of plywood into the JawHorse and you have a perfect workbench. You can even use it on the job site as a sturdy platform for miter saws, tile saws, and more. Plus, the tripod base gives exceptional all-terrain stability—and the front legs incorporate holes to allow for fastening for more permanent jobs.
Vice and Machine Press
Whether you're bending metal or straightening it, the JawHorse Sheetmaster's strength and stability allow you to be aggressive with your work. The JawHorse Sheetmaster is made of solid steel and has 10 times the clamping power of a regular vise. It also features the industrial pressing power of a one-ton machine press.
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One Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster.
|The JawHorse Sheetmaster is easily foldable—and at 43 pounds, it's easy to transport to the job site (click each to enlarge).|
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Top Customer Reviews
I wanted a jawhorse to basically use as a portable vise. To hold material securely when cutting off 2x material, to hold larger items while sanding, chiseling, or ripping, etc. I was sick of working on the ground, or inconveniently on saw horses, etc. Since I got it, I've also used it as a miter saw stand, which worked great.
I watched and read a lot of reviews, and determined that even though this unit is expensive, it would be worth it to me, and it definitely is.
It is super easy to set up and break down. It takes maybe 30 seconds to unfold a few legs and flip it over, and vice versa.
The clamping force is great. I haven't tried to measure it, but it is definitely more than enough to secure whatever you put into it. The jawhorse is not really prone to tipping due to it's design, but obviously can if you force it, and I say this to say that from my off the cuff tests, I get the unit to tip before I can dislodge/slip the material that is locked in the jaws. This is to say, the clamping force is fantastic. And super easy to clamp something by allowing you to use your foot, which frees up both hands to make sure the piece is placed just the way you want it.
I have yet to put a full sheet of anything into the jaws.Read more ›
Pro's: Very sturdy, holds a full sheet of plywood, fairly portable
Con's: Clumsy to roll and carry, tripping hazard, comes with silly looking wood holder, very hard to remove yellow part, see below for rest.
Overall I like the tool, it's my new favorite thing. Long gone are the days of having to clamp a piece of wood to my bench to cut with a recip or scroll saw. To cut odd shaped things I would have to drag my tools outside. Now inside I can set it up, open, clamp and work. Clamp a piece of wood in the jaws and place a small table saw, or make it into a bench. The jaws have removable rubber covers. However all that said the things I don't like are a few.
For one, after you unfold it, it's hard to pick up and really awkward. While 50 pounds isn't super heavy, it isn't light. And I hurt my back a few times. When folded you have to make sure you fold it in the right order, folding the legs down first so it folds tighter. It can fold other ways that are less tight. This things is awkward to carry. It doesn't roll well, it's very tipsy. Rolling it up stairs is a good way to dislocated a shoulder. Carrying it is even harder, I wish there was an easy way to carry this upright.
If you clamp a pipe, you will flatten the pipe. There is no pipe holder, there are some V ridges, but it would be nice to have. The yellow sled is designed to come out and reverse. But it's so well engineered that the paint makes it very tight to remove, it's a tug of war to that thing out each time. I found oiling the bearings holding it in helps. Greasing the rails made a mess. There is no fine clamping force, the clamp is designed to sort of walk the yellow sled forward and it moves it in 1/2" increments.Read more ›
This is an ideal work platform for the jobsite. It is unbelievably versatile and heavy duty.
This tool is a result of a company listening to it's customers and tweeking the bad features out. It's still not perfect, but it's close.
It is probably TOO heavy duty for the average weekend project homeowner. At 43 lbs. it's a handful to transport. Rockwell is on the right track with the dual wheels. They need to be larger in diameter and wider spaced for moving the stand on jobsite sand or up a flight of stairs. One of my men commented, "A boy pulls this out of the truck, and a MAN sets it down!"
It is tough, simple and strong. I have seen framers use the Jawhorse to hold the first wall of garage plumb and nail the second wall to it!
This is bound to be a classic tool. There are cheaper versions with less capacity or cheaper duty ratings. Harbor Freight will probably sell a version. They all will be compared to the Sheetmaster as the industry standard. This IS a modern day classic and worth every cent.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow.... never thought I would use it so much. I flip houses and needed something to hold doors in place while I cut them down (without damaging the doors). Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tim
All in all, so far it's a sold piece of equipment that is serving me well. I'm a little disappointed that one of the rubber pads keeps popping off--I keep finding it in the back of... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rynoceros
Pleasantly surprised, this tool was robust and easy to use. Very well built and stable for working with 4’x8’x3/4” sheet material, I would definitely recommend to a friend.Published 1 month ago by phillip grier
This is an awesome portable vice and work stand. It is great with needing to secure large sheets of plywood or needing to securely hold things for fastening. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bernese Mtn. Dog Mark
This is a must have companion for your workshop. Once you get the hang of setting it up and using it, it can be an invaluable tool. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vykon