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Rousseau 2950 Miter Saw Stand


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  • Miter saw stand; wheeled and mobile for easy handling
  • Heavy-duty construction; fits all miter saws; locking hinge supports
  • Solid metal welded frame with powder coated finish
  • Includes 1 miter saw stand; saw not included
  • 35-1/2-inch work height, 13-inch-wide stock rollers, 12-foot overall extension; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 2950
Item Weight78.4 pounds
Product Dimensions37 x 22.2 x 8.2 inches
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Item model number2950
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000224S7
Best Sellers Rank #404,283 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight78.4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

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Here Rousseau has engineered a tough, heavy-duty stand for all your mitering needs.

Taller users will appreciate the 35 1/2-inch work height. Even at this height stability is not a problem: extendable legs give you a wide base and low center of gravity that allows you to put a heavy saw on top without the table being wobbly at all. The stand also includes adjustable levelers you can use to compensate for uneven ground.

The table folds up nicely although there doesn't seem to be a place where the feed roller supports can be stored when the stand is folded. This small complaint notwithstanding, the table is amazingly compact and easy to move around when folded (and while completely set up, too).

Some users have complained about the tires: they can come unseated and are difficult to reseat. I didn't have a problem with this. I should also note that, in the past, I have had nothing but positive experiences with Rousseau's service department. A casual survey of a few online reviews confirmed that the small number of users who did have problems with the tires had these resolved quickly and professionally. In other words, don't let this put you off from buying this great stand.--Josh Dettweiler

What's in the Box
13-inch roller stands and bases with 12-feet overall stock support, 10-inch pneumatic tires and adjustable levelers, saw not included

From the Manufacturer

This heavy-duty stand features a tall design, wide stance, and positive locking hinge supports. It has an engineered low center of gravity, 35-1/2-inch work height, 13-inch-wide stock rollers, and 12-foot overall extension for better support. The 10-inch pneumatic tires and compact design make the stand easy to relocate when completely set up. Saw not included.

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Customer Reviews

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Todd J. Niblo on December 18, 2000
I likely would have given this stand a 3.5, but obviously not an option. My rationale is fairly simple. The stand/ saw (mine a Hitachi C10fs)is handy to roll where you need it in most cases. It will take a minute or two to get the rollers, stock support . . . set up, but with much less work than sawhorses and some other stands. I beleive that comparatively speaking, the Rousseau stand is far better built than the Trojan or Delta stands. In general I am satisfied. Where I think the saw falls and unfortunately I do mean falls short, is in wheeling the saw around. Going down steps, pushing over multiple extension cords, wood . . . can without too much effort, result in the saw flipping over or worse into you shins. ( Been there ! ) The stand has such a short wheelbase, which aids the stand in tight quarter manuevers; but also allows the stand and saw to flip easier than I would expect. Despite the big tires, they get hung up on more than I imagined.If you can keep the notion in mind to push down low, once the rear legs are folded when moving this saw around, I think it is a well made stand, that will last for years of serious work. For general in shop use though, I would likely build a cart with storage and save the money. The stand definitely helps with portability of heavy & awkward saws, ( which is likely why you're looking for portable stands ) but this one can get out hand a little too quick, when trying to be quick. Good, but not exactly everything I had hoped for.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Pete, Custom home remodeler on June 21, 2001
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First and foremost: this is a great stand. I have been futzing around with homemade mitre saw stands for years without much satisfaction. This saw stand has made a significant productivity improvement for myself and my employees. However, there are two drawbacks I wish Rousseau would address: #1 - There is no place to store the feed roller supports when the stand is folded. I stash them between the table and the folded legs which works OK until you need to lay the stand down in the truck bed and then the supports fall out. Other than that, this is a great tool. #2 - There is no intermediate (roller) support so you have to constantly adjust the feed rollers in and out as you cut moulding down and then get a new piece. If there was an intermediate support, then you could set it up so that both a long and short piece of stock could be supported without adjustment.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Toolpig on November 20, 2000
I have used several of these over the years. I like them a lot. They have been improved as time goes on. I prefer the Trojan MS2000. It gives a higher work surface. I also like the fact that all components fold up into one unit. You don't have to carry any part of it seperately. Unless you buy the ms2000x extention wing which is not necessary unless you are cutting really heavy lumber. I also like the fact that it gives support over a much greater area than the rousseau. With the many cross members on the extention wings , your cutoffs never take a dive. This adds a measure of safety. It also folds up much more quickly. Over all the Trojan is a better jobsite stand. I bought my second one recently and I'm happy I did.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 1999
We used this saw stand in conjunction with the ss6000L and the 6112 when we built my deck and it worked excellent. I built my deck on the weekends and when i used the saw i just had to roll it out of my shed and plug it in. At night I rolled it back in. The stop system setup fast and made good accurate cuts. when I had to help my brother I just folded the stand up and threw it in the back of my pickup and went to his house. and in just a minute i was set completely back up.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Christian J. Moore on April 25, 2000
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I ran into some trouble trying to assemble the stand as well as having some issues about the way it came packaged. I contacted The Rousseau Co. via email and received a response from Brian Rousseau. He didn't make any excuses, just gave me the steps to correct the problem. I am now a happy owner of the HD2950.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pujadaddy on December 26, 2004
The stand as in other reviews stated is a little hard to move around. I too had the misfortune of dealing with repeatedly flat tires at my job but a few minutes of research online led me to a review here on amazon, and after a quick call to the company, they sent out a pair of new and improved tires with tubes, and we havent had problems since. Its rare that you find a company that stands behind their products, so I just wanted to take the time and convey my appreciation to them here. Thanks!!!
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