|Item Weight||54 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32 x 150 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||DWX723|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Miter Saw Accessory|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited|
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- Universal design works with all brands of miter saws
- Lightweight aluminum construction (35 lbs.) allows for easy transport to and from the jobsite
- 5-1/2-Inch beam extends to support up to 16-Feet of material and up to 500 lbs.
- Miter saw mounting brackets allow easy and secure mounting of miter saw to stand
- Non-marring feet on tool mount will not scratch material
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Miter saw stand, universal design works with all brands of miter saws, lightweight aluminum construction, 35 lb, allows for easy transport to & from the jobsite, 5-1/2' beam extends to support up to 16' of material & up to 500 lb, legs provide superior support & fold for easy storage, leg lock levers allow for fast & easy set up. Miter saw mounting brackets allow easy & secure mounting of miter saw to stand, work stops/supports can be repositioned quickly anywhere along the rail, non-marring feet on tool mount will not scratch material, extension lock levers allow for fast & secure tightening of extensions.
DEWALT's DWX723 miter saw stand is a heavy duty piece of equipment that expands the usage possibilities of a miter saw. As it works with most miter saw brands, this stand is ideal for a wide range of contractors, construction workers, carpenters, or home miter saw users.
DEWALT's DWX723 miter saw stand can hold a serious amount of materials with a max capacity of up to 500 pounds. With its 5-1/2 foot main beam backed by extensions that stretch to support up to 16 feet's worth of materials, it's ready to become an essential part of the jobsite. Also, it has an extended length of up to 50 inches with extension lock levers that provide simple but steady locking for the supporting extensions, as well as providing an extra level of impact resistance. Even with all of this, the miter saw stand sets on the scale at only 35 pounds, which means that it's much more portable than a user might expect.
A Host of Helpful Features
Even though DEWALT's DWX723 miter saw stand is durable and ready to step up and hold a huge amount, it's a snap to store thanks to the folding legs. The miter saw’s mounting brackets will work with any brand of miter saw. The brackets have a quick release feature that makes it possible to place a saw at any point on the rail, easily releasing the saw for increased portability. These brackets also allow for having two saws on the stand at the same time. The miter saw's material supports can be adjusted to wherever needed along the rail as well as up and down, which expands the possibilities of materials cut and saws used, and they boast flip up material cut stops. In addition, the feet on the tool mount are non-marring, keeping material from getting damaged.
Dimensions & Warranty
DEWALT's DWX723 miter saw stand is 150 inches wide and 32 inches high when fully extended and 73 inches wide and 6 inches high when folded, and it weighs 35 pounds. It comes with a 3-year limited warranty, a 1-year free service contract, and a 90 day money back guarantee.
Raymond E. DeWalt followed in his father's footsteps by holding mill and constructions jobs from the time he left school. No matter what the job, the question of high labor costs always concerned him. To help cut these costs, occasionally he rigged up a machine to meet some special need. Eventually, Mr. DeWalt was offered a position as head of a woodworking mill that manufactured almost everything from boxes to full-fledged houses. He designed a yoke and attached it directly to a motor and saw, then mounted it on a standard arm. The saw could be raised, lowered, slid back and forth, moved to any angle, or tilted to any bevel. It instantly lowered costs and increased productivity, and was the first DEWALT tool. Today the DEWALT power tools line consists of over 200 electric power tools and over 800 accessories including: drills and hammer drills, screwdrivers, circular, chop, miter, table, reciprocating, and jig saws, planers, impact wrenches, die, angle, and bench grinders, shears, nibblers, sanders, laminate trimmers, routers, and plate joiners.
What's in the Box
One DWX723 miter saw stand, 2 convertible work supports/stops, 2 mounting brackets.
Top customer reviews
To everyone: the YouTube review is WRONG. The locking handle does rotate enough to not hit the ground, with a little more effort and after a few times it works fine (see pic).
I had no cracked tightening knobs, and I cranked down on them really hard, maybe they've improved them... if not most hardware stores have these. Easy swap.
YES there is a lot of slop in the side brackets, BUT it is FIXABLE. Using some channel locks or comparable and a little finesse, you can actually carefully squeeze the brackets together to take out the slop. It doesn't take a lot with a full size set of channel locks and some protected tips. The metal bends fairly easily if you go too far. Mine now has no slop at all.
With the dewalt saw, you don't need to drill any of the mounting brackets out.
The hardware works but was poorly chosen (they're much narrower than the holes so they can float around off center before tightening...)
You CAN ADD WHEELS with a little fab skills just like the Bosch one. All it takes is some threaded rod, two small wheels like small mower wheels, and some simple brackets like a gate hinge with threaded rod through it. I did it with simple parts from the hardware store in about 30 mins. I also took it one step further and modified the extension support to act as an upright stand (do at your own risk, I drilled through the metal to add bolts in several spots.
The legs lock open and closed and the quick attach brackets for the saw are really nice
Overall I'm satisfied, but yes dewalt definitely could have done a better job on the support brackets. Would buy again.
One cool thing about this is that the thing is so sturdy and the arms lock down so tight that you can actually pre measure for a cut you plan to make over and over and then just lock your arm in place, stand the guard up, and now just throw your wood on there, chop and repeat with the other pieces. No need to even remeasure. I just built an entire chicken coop this way and cut all my wall studs by measuring only once.
LOVE this thing....
The first was a Ryobi that I used with my Dewalt saw and it seemed top heavy.
While I didn't have any tip overs with the Ryobi this stand feels me stable.
I like the way the brackets lock securely to the stand.
The lock levers for the sliding work extensions are perfect.
The quick releases for the legs top off the package.
The one and only drawback is that the carry handle makes it difficult to store flat on the bottom.
However the stand will store on it's top side.
I like Dewalt equipment because of the quality.
One note that isn't in any of the ads, Dewalt recommends using mounting brackets with Dewalt miter saws and for all other saws, making a 3/4" plywood base to which you mouth the brackets (under) and the other brand of miter saw (above). It has to do with the locations of the mounting holes in the saw. I suspect saws with holes near the left and right edges of the miter saw will work fine. Mine is a Hitachi and the holes were several inches inside the right/left edges (without the plywood you can't easily grab the release to mount/unmount the saw from the stand).
One other point, to pack-up the stand you really need to remove the top-mounted guides. Easy to do, but an extra step since the folded-up unit is inverted to carry around.
That said, this is a great stand. I love how easily the extensions function and are locked down. If I had one wish it would be for some type of leveling feet to adjust with uneven ground. Excellent choice!
easy storage, relatively light, easy to fold and unfold. I was building a deck and had to cut a lot of wood including 4"x4"x12' . The stand could support it easy.
Very helpful for work with long lumber. Saves time, easier, safer, better cuts...... For me it is a must have item with a miter saw.