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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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Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster hold and clamp 48-inch plywood sheets + Rockwell RK9034 JawStand XP Work Support Stand + Rockwell Jawhorse RK9100 Welding Station Accessory Attachment
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number RK9002
Product Dimensions39.8 x 17.9 x 15.9 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model numberRK9002
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLimited 2-year
  
Additional Information
ASINB005BTLXI8
Best Sellers Rank #18,789 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight53 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 30, 2011
  
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Product Description

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The Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster is the only workstation you’ll need thanks to its more than one ton of clamping force, rock-solid all-steel construction, portable folding design, and foot pedal for hands-free clamping and working. For additional expediency, its lock-release switch allows you to lock material—such as a full sheet of plywood—in place and easily release it with the flick of a switch, making the JawHorse Sheetmaster a convenient and reliable addition to the workshop or job site.

At a Glance

RK9002 JawHorse
Sheetmaster At a Glance:

  • Hold up to 48-inch sheets in one tool with hands-free clamping force

  • Quickly folds down to a portable 43 pounds with built-in straight-line wheels for easier portability

  • Dimensions: 39 inches by 39 inches by 34 inches standing; 29 inches by 14 inches by 13 inches folded

  • Backed by a five-year limited warranty
At a Glance
Rockwell JawHorse Sheetmaster
The Rockwell JawHorse Sheetmaster can function as a workbench, a vice, and a machine press (view larger).
Powerful Clamping Potential
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.

Versatile Workbench
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.

What's in the Box
One Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster.

Rockwell JawHorse SheetmasterRockwell 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).

From the Manufacturer

Now you can support and clamp a full sheet of 8x4 plywood with just one tool. The Rockwell RK9002 JawHorse Sheetmaster is the ultimate worksite helper. Its hands-free operation make it easy to clamp and hold your work pieces. Let the sheetmaster do all the holding and stabilizing for you allowing free use of your hands for your tools instead of using your hands to stabilize your work. Non-marring grips on the jaws help protect your work. The Sheetmaster is heavy duty and supports up to 600 lbs. of weight with up to 1 ton of clamping force. When you are finished, fold it up for compact storage or for easy transport. The Rockwell Sheetmaster has scooter wheels to roll easily to and from the worksite. The rear leg doubles as a handle to make transport even easier. With the Rockwell JawHorse sheetmaster, just set it, lock it, and clamp your way to hands free support for your projects.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great tool and I recommend it highly.
Mikeaze
I was not disappointed at all, it's been worth every penny, in fact I'm saving up for another one.
Kevin A. Moelk
It is very easy to set up and set down.
ogma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Czop on November 29, 2011
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I have never owned a jawhorse before, and decided to get this newer model, the sheetmaster, instead of the original. It was a little more money, but the added features and ability to handle 48" wide sheets without buying additional adapters was a bonus. It is my understanding that this version is a little beefed up from the original, has the 48" capacity out of the box, has a different wheel/rolling system, and is easier to break down.

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.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. B. Clearman Jr on November 29, 2011
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I purchased this model because of the extra width for plywood sheets, and the back leg having a "foot" thinking it would be more stable on dirt. It is exactly that. It's rock solid. The only gig I have are the built in wheels for moving the unit. They are mounted too close together making it very unstable when rolling. Hardly worth mentioning.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Rick on November 28, 2011
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Was almost ready to buy the RK9000. Then I saw the Sheetmaster (RK9002) on-line. No question about it. It was priced about the same and will expand to 48 inches without buying a seperate extention. This well built tool will be put to work. I have not shed my old saw horses, but adjusted their hight to use with the Jawhorse. It makes a great stand for other tools like router table and jointer table and is easy to switch. Good job Rockwell!
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark T on September 19, 2012
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I am a professional cabinet maker. I build and install custom kitchens and fireplace casement. It is not uncommon for us to bid a 6 figure job for a library or wine cellar for a new house. We have to scribe, fit and trim large pieces all the time.
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.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By tallkokomoose on May 11, 2013
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After reading some of the negative reviews (for this one and the regular jawhorse) and hearing about plastic in key parts, the clamp breaking if not used properly, etc. I was concerned there was a quality issue here. Decided to go ahead and purchase knowing I could return if it broke easily. I've never been more glad to stop procrastinating and just get one!

This stand is awesome! It's study and well built, but folds up easily to transport. The legs lock into place and have easy catch/releases to help prevent accidents.

As far as some of the concerns I read, let me address those:

1) There are plastic parts in key places - Not the way I see it

There are only 3 places I've found with plastic and in all cases it's hard impact plastic. One is the locking switch and the others are inch thick & wide plastic washers where the legs fold up. Metal isn't really needed here. The only argument I see would be for bearings instead of the inch thick plastic washers, but I see metal bearings going bad just as quickly under weight. Plus it would drive the price up to put high quality bearing in. They make auto transmissions out of plastic and metal these days, even in my beloved GMC. It lasts for 10 years minimum with a lot of driving, so I'm not so worried about the plastic here.

2) The teeth on the underside of the clamp can be stripped on first use - Not on the first use, but possibly after a lot of use.

First the teeth are metal (not plastic). There are 4 and they are pretty large. The issue is that to keep tension, they rub the bottom of the sliding yellow metal vice when you press the pedal in unlock mode or if you slide the yellow metal vice manually.
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