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StableMate PLUS100 Universal Miter Saw Stand


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  • Universal, portable miter saw stand with 46 to 114-inch extension; telescoping legs; folds for storage
  • Universal mounting clamps for easy on/off assembly; positive lock work support; flip-up stop
  • Sturdy galvanized steel construction
  • Miter saw stand, 2 mounting clamps, 2 adjustable work supports
  • 48.2 by 7.2 by 5-inches; 43-pounds
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Technical Details
Part Number PLUS-100
Item Weight37.8 pounds
Product Dimensions48.2 x 7.2 x 5 inches
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Item model numberPLUS100
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year limited
  
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ASINB00008PWXV
Best Sellers Rank #181,928 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight37.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJune 15, 2006
  
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Get top performance in your shop or off-site with the StableMateplus universal, portable miter saw stand. Offering steady and secure support for all miter saws, the PLUS100 is fully portable and features a wide A-frame stance for incomparable stability; patented universal mounting clamps for easy on/off access; quick, positive lock work support adjustment to control correct stock alignment; flip-up stop for consistent repetitive cuts; left and right extension arms with positive-lock length adjustment from 46-inches to 114-inches for longer stock; carry handle and folding legs for easy transport and storage capabilities; non-sliding rubber-feet for solid-footage; and comfortable 36-inches work height. One year limited warranty. Kit includes stand with left and right extensions, a pair of tool mounting clamps; two work supports, one flip-stop and instruction manual.

Product Description

Universal Miter Saw Stand, Extends To 114", Includes 2 Mounting Clamps & 2 Adjustable Work Supports, 1 Flip Stop Carry Handle For Easy Transport, Non-Sliding Rubber Feet For Solid Footage.

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EASY to set up and very stable.
Lawrence E. Boisclaire
I have a 10" makita sliding compound miter saw that I mounted to this stand and it's solid as a rock.
Ed
I'm frugal, and expect to get my money's worth from every tool I buy.
James Webb

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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By James Webb on January 31, 2004
After in-store visits to look at everything available, I couldn't bring myself to part with $200 or more for any of the miter stands that really don't do their jobs any better than this one does. In fact, this one performs better than most. I have a 12" Delta twin-laser, and it is big and heavy. With this stand there is no wobble or sway, and the quick on-off clamps hold the saw very firmly in place without having to crank them down so tightly that the frame becomes damaged. This stand is made of clear-coated heavy gauge steel tubing. There are no crimps anywhere along the inner or outer rails. It was in perfect condition when it came out of the box. Perhaps the manufacturer has been listening to its customers - this unit has none of the flaws mentioned here by others. I'm frugal, and expect to get my money's worth from every tool I buy. I got that and more with this stand. $100 well spent. I am very pleased.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Tom T on April 30, 2005
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After spending some time working with fully assembled displays of a StableMate Plus100, a Stablemate XWC-36, and a DeWalt DW723, the Plus100 is the miter saw stand I ended up buying.

With the Plus100 costing about $100 less than the DW723, you might expect it to look and feel "cheap." Absolutely not! It's all heavy duty galvanized steel except for the precision all-aluminum mounting clamps for the miter saw. Seeing this stand in person rather than looking at the picture above or even at the StableMate web site gives you a much better appreciation for its quality construction. For example, the angled brackets for the work supports in the picture look a bit flimsy, but they're actually 1/4" solid steel. I believe the manufacturer's claim that this unit will in fact support 500 lbs. The legs might sink into soft ground, but this baby won't bend.

If you read the reviews posted here at Amazon for the Plus100's more expensive brother, the StableMate XWC-36, you'll see several comments that it takes about three hours to assemble that model. With the Plus100, the legs, extension arms and the keel beam come out of the box fully assembled as a single unit. All there's left to do is put together the work supports, the stop plate, the handle, and finally mount your saw on the clamps. It took me less than 15 minutes to completely assemble to the finger-tighten stage, then maybe another 5 minutes to tighten the nuts with a small wrench (the only tool you need) and to adjust the work support brackets so they were perfectly on line with the miter saw table.

If you want to add wheels, more work supports, etc. look at StableMate's website for various accessory packages you can buy for the Plus100.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mike on January 26, 2004
This is a nice light and portable miter saw stand. It breaks down quickly and adjustments are simple and quick. With the material stop I made quick work out of cutting 200 2x2 deck railing ballisters with decorative 45s on the ends. It also is sturdy enough for any materials I've loaded it with (haven't tried a 4x10 yet). Now for the bad news. The sliding arms have very little play in their sleeves, which is mostly good (they don't sag much when not clamped down). However if your saw takes a hit, which can happen, the party is over. The aluminum arms cannot tolerate any amount of bending and still slide in their sleeves, and they are not removeable for any kind of servicing. Thus the sliding, retractable support arms become non moving, non adjustable support arms, and the saw loses alot of its usefullness. Still, it's a high functioning, light weight, and very affordable stand, so go for it. Just watch for falling ladders.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kermit Howell on March 30, 2003
I recently purchased the Stablemate Plus to use with my compound miter saw. The Stablemate Plus was quick and easy to set up. I had the saw mounted to it in no time. The stand seems to be very stable, and well made. The extension arms let me handle lengthy work pieces, and there is a stop device which can used on either end to help get repeatable lengths. The Stablemate Plus is far handier than setting the saw on the floor and putting blocks, etc. under the work pieces the way I had been doing. I'm happy with the Stablemate Plus so far.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Hruby on February 13, 2006
Absolutely the best value out there in miter saw stands. I've had this stand for 3 months now, using it almost daily. It's almost unbelieveably well built for the price.

First the positives. This stand is very sturdy and has very little flex, even with the arms fully extended supporting a 12 foot treated 2X6. I use it with a Milwaukee Magnum 10 inch compound miter saw, so the saw itself is not light.

Also, the stand sets up LEVEL. I mean all 4 legs sit on the ground. It was unbelieveable the stands I looked at in some home centers that had a slight rock in them even with a saw on board, and some were twice the price.

Assembly was easy and took less than 15 minutes. Oh, and not least of all, this baby is American made.

Possible issues with this stand are few. First, it's heavy. Honestly, when the box arrived it was difficult to wrestle into the basement. It's a little easier once it's put together so it's more compact, but if you'll be moving it a lot, the weight could be an issue.

Secondly, the adjustment knobs are plastic. I haven't had a problem, but anything that you need to use to tighten a bolt should be steel, not plastic. I'd be willing to pay an extra $5 to have real steel.

So there you go. Rock solid, American made, and does what it's supposed to do. 5 Stars!
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