|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 10.2 x 40.5 inches|
|Item model number||RK9033|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited 2-year|
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Rockwell JawStand RK9033
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- Great for holding, clamping, supporting, and out feed for table or miter saws
- Low-friction slides feed work in a straight path perfect for outfeed
- Built-in clamp acts as a second set of hands
- Completely portable and easy to store
- Tilting 90 degrees and bubble indicator for leveling
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-It supports 220lbs.
-Max jaw opening is about 2".
-The jaws do not actually move to clamp, Instead there is a 1" square smooth plastic pad that screws in and out in the center on one side and two fixed pads at either end of the other side of the jaw. IE: the clamp that is about 15" long only clamps at 3 points in a triangular fashion. Total clamping surface area is 1 sq." on one side about 2 sq." on the other.
-the jaw depth is about 2"
At the time I purchased it one of the Amazon sellers 'ACME' was selling it for $59 + $7 shipping which made it only a couple of bucks more than the Triton. The clamp extends 4" higher than the Triton and it is built w/the same quality as the Jawhorse (see the Amazon reviews).
Hope this is helpful and I will update this review after I actually use it.
Personally I love the welded head, anything else would be flimsy. I'm a welder/fabricator/mechanic by trade and I took one look at this thing and knew it was going home with me. When somebody says it's wildly overpriced, I just have to shake my head. I couldn't make it for 2x or 3x's the $59 I paid for it, and I doubt they could either.
My only "con" about this is like almost all tripod stands, and like others have mentioned, the height adjust. I know it would be more expensive, but I wish it had a crank or pump adjust like an old VW jack. It always seems like I'm having to adjust the height after I've got something on it and trying to change it even unloaded is not that fun. The supplied plastic adjusting knob is ok, but is really not up to the engineering of the rest of the stand. They could have made it much larger with the indentations around the outside edge and it would have been easier to tighten IMHO.
I like the clamping mechanism they put on the head. You can tell it's made to clamp a 2x4 which for me is really handy. I took a scrap of 2x4 and mounted a roller on it(even though the plastic/delrin?) that's there slides great for use with my table saw. I also clamped a piece of conduit in it sticking out sideways to the stand to make a service stand for my recumbent tadpole trike. Works fantastic. And all because the welded head has two supports that once the clamp is tightened down really help support the work.Read more ›
On top of that, I've used it to support and/or catch long boards and sheets for cutting on table saws, chop saws and circular saws. Get creative and this thing can help you a lot. I think infomercials are horrible and I am instantly turned off by brands/products which use them. I was reluctant to buy a Rockwell product because of this fact. Truth is, this product was well thought out and fairly well executed in terms of performance vs. price. Highly recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
sturdy and well built, gets the job done. Can also be used for other projects such as a roller feeder for chop sawPublished 1 month ago by handyman
Useful for what it is but a bit stiff and not fluid at all. Requires two hands and foot to adjust anything on it.
Holds well and strong though which is most important.
This looks like a really nice product when one receives it. Unfortunately it is made in China. There are basically 2 non-assembled pieces (top bracket and bottom tripod). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Deb'n'Mike
Absolutely great, paid itself on day one. If you are looking for a cheap helper... this is it for you. works great in addition to a table saw for large pieces.Published 5 months ago by Excellent959
Why didn't I get this great JawStand sooner. Sure beats using a trashcan when cutting long boards. Set up and break down is a breeze and the stand is solid and stable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Add a 6' section of 80/20 10 series 1" x 1" T-slotted aluminum and you have the makings of a pretty cool mid-power rocket launcher!Published 5 months ago by HankinColorado