|Item Weight||46 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||54.5 x 10.8 x 9 inches|
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Denali Miter Saw Stand
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- Heavy-duty miter saw stand with quick-release mounting brackets so you can easily mount and remove your miter saw from the stand
- Quick-folding design makes storing and transporting easy
- Heavy-duty powder-coated steel construction
- Accommodates most 10-inch miter saws, not recommended for 12-inch sliding miter saws or larger
- Tool-less height adjustability of material supports; working size: 52-114 inches wide and 35-39 inches high
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My only complain is about the mechanism that hold the rollers. Those rollers are held by sliding arms. In my case, one of the rollers keep tilting way off level because the hole that slides through is much bigger than it supposed to be. This gives me some hard time to keep the other end of a trim board level when I'm cutting it on an angle. They need to make better design to attach the sliding arm to the body and stay level the way it supposed to be..
I have a giant 12" Makita dual compound slider that I have mounted on the stand and it just makes the mounting depth(from front to back)of the brackets that clamp to the stand. NOTE: (The company recomends not putting a 12" slider on this stand)although the manual states the stand has a 200lb. max weight capacity.When mounted this big saw looks right at home and is very stable through all its motions. I removed the factory rubber feet from my saw base and used a strip of vinyl cove base to sandwich between the saw and the brackets to eliminate any slippage and even out the surface of my base. The supplied carriage bolts clamp the brackets permanantly to your saw so it can be popped off with two quick levers.
I will try to retrofit some wheels and a handle to this setup so I can easily wheel it around job sites. That is the only possible gripe I may have so far about this stand (no wheels) but hey the price is right. Good job Denali!!
1.) The legs have slight play after they have been supposedly locked into their down position, and accordingly, the stand wiggles. After setting it up, I had to push each leg outward slightly to plant it more solidly.
2.) The extending arms are too loose in their tracks, so when the material supports are attached, they never achieve 100% support for any stock placed on them. I test-mounted a miter saw, but I could never get a 2X4 or 2X6 to lay flat on the saw's main plate.
3.) The chintzy design of the material supports can never be adjusted to compensate for the play in the extender arms. I played with all three adjustment knobs for half-an-hour, but could never get either roller properly leveled. As far as I was concerned, #'s 2 & 3 qualified as defective, and became the basis for the return. One other reviewer noted this and stated he shimmed the supports... Really? I'm a break-it-down-at-the-end-of-the-day guy, so I've got a lot better use for my time than pissing around shimming these supports every time I set it up again (like whatever project I was going to work on using this stand?).
4.) The channels on each mounting arm end directly over the lock-down handles (see photo #2 above).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too heavy to be comfortable in moving it to and from the job. Storage was a problem too. The rollers were awkward.Published 7 months ago by Marty Erickson
My saw hold down are broken after time. I like to purchase new parts for it. How do I get parts for it ?Published 17 months ago by Azia
I bought this for construction of my 30 x 14 ft. "bunk house " at camp. Really makes the work go faster and seemed to be sturdy enuf even for the 6x6 posts.Published 19 months ago by Ruth
Great miter saw stand for the DIY guy. Rugged frame and well put together. For the money a great buy.Published on July 22, 2014 by Daniel Green
Works OK. Not easily portable. Not made of the better material. Would not purchase again would opt for a sturdier stand with wheels that can be transported easily. Read morePublished on July 12, 2014 by JJPIII