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DEWALT Mobile Thickness Planer Stand
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DEWALT

Mobile Thickness Planer Stand

  • Easy to move and store your planer and stand
  • Stable construction for heavy loads
  • 3-year limited warranty
$144.99 /box

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Use the DEWALT Mobile Thickness Planer Stand to use, store and transport your DEWALT thickness planer. This stand is durable and stable even under heavy loads. It's backed by a DEWALT 90-day money-back guarantee, 1-year free service contract and 3-year limited warranty.

  • Includes the mobile base, stand, hardware, MDF top and shelf
  • Facilitates easy movement and storage of your planer and stand
  • Compatible with DEWALT thickness planer models DW734, DW735 and DW735X (sold separately)
  • 90-day money-back guarantee
  • 1-year free service contract
  • 3-year limited warranty

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January 19, 2014
How much weight will this stand hold?
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Carmen, Idaho
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I can stand on it. Over 200 lbs?
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Weight is about 53 Pounds.
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Littleton, CO
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The DW735X Planer weights a little over 110 lbs. and the stand handles it easily. I'm not an expert on design, but I would feel safe putting up to 200 lbs. on it. It seems to be over engineered for it's intended use.
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August 7, 2015
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It is the recommended stand (by DeWalt) for their thickness planer that weighs 105 pounds. Personally, I don't think I would go much over that.
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hemet, CA
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January 30, 2015
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I have four of these One for planer, drum sander, drill press, portable router table. Lightest item is the portable router table w/router and jigs weight approx. 50 pounds. heaviest is the drill press which is at 84 pounds with attachments. My 30 year old son wasn't happy when I asked him to weigh these things for me ....but I thought it was funny
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I have four of these One for planer, drum sander, drill press, portable router table. Lightest item is the portable router table w/router and jigs weight approx. 50 pounds. heaviest is the drill press which is at 84 pounds with attachments. My 30 year old son wasn't happy when I asked him to weigh these things for me ....but I thought it was funny
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wheels run freely on all carts no matter the weight Read Less
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at least 50 lbs
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Rochester, IN 46975, USA
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I see no problem with the stand holding two hundred pounds with no trouble. Maybe even more.
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January 23, 2014
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Didn't really weigh it so I'm guessing a bit, but I'd say around 25 pounds. It's got a lot of metal and a laminated MDF top. Add in the casters and lift wheel and it ends up being pretty heavy..... probably a good idea given the planer is about 45 pounds.
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I mounted my Dewalt planer (~70 lbs.) on the stand and it is very stable. I run boards through my planer and the stand stays in its location as long as the mobile base wheel is off the floor. Hope this help.
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The noted height for this product ( 6 inches) is obviously incorrect. What is the correct finish height ?

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Loomis, CA
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29 1/2" high.
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The unit is 29 1/2 inches.
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30"
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Approximately 36"
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29 5/8" from floor to top of table
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2' 6" in finished height
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Rochester, IN 46975, USA
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29 1/4" Total height
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San Jose, CA
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January 23, 2014
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They are probably quoting the unassembled box height. The assembled stand is 29 inches tall. I has one shelf although I easily dropped in another shelf on the bottom from some scrap plywood.
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December 12, 2013
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Stand Assembled Dimensions 24" W X 22" D X 30" H
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Mount other bench tools?

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Could I drill other holes in the MDF and mount a bench grinder or bench drill press on here?
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Yes. Open frame work allows additional holes to be drilled.
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I bought the table for my 1"x42" belt sander with a side mounted 8" disk sander in one unit, this table should be perfect for this assembly.
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Yes, and it's a very sturdy bench that rolls very easy. Once you have it where you want it, you can lock it in place.
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Yes, if the 30" height is satisfactory for what you're mounting. Sounds kind of low for convenience with a bench grinder, so it depends on the size what you're mounting. Something that vibrates a lot might require checking bolt tightness in the general assembly (legs, etc.)
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Does the planer mount to the stand or just sit on top of it?
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some models have pre drilled holes but you can put your planer on the MDF and locate holes on the base of planer then drill thru MDF and anchor planer with bolts or screws
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Mobile Thickness Planer Stand is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 59.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY good. Can move anywhere. VERY good. Can move anywhere.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This stand takes a little assembly, but it is very easy to do and everything lines up - exactly! ... This stand takes a little assembly, but it is very easy to do and everything lines up - exactly! I must say the fitment is about as good as anything I've every seen on this type product. When assembled it has the strength needed and feels very solid, but it is fairly light and easy to carry around. It was packed pretty well, but regardless the top, which is made from wood material, came with one end smashed. The box was not damaged at all, so I suspect whoever packaged it dropped the top on the corner edge. I managed to hammer it back flat, but it was not received in "new" condition. I'd still highly recommend the product.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money I had intended to build my own stand until I saw this on sale and read some of the reviews. I can confirm that this is a hefty, quality item. Not many pictures in assembly instructions, but it is not as hard to put together as others have said if you stop and think about things as you go.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stand I love it, it fits my tool great, I have bought two more since then for other equipment, I plan on buying one more for my saw. Easy to to put together just the right height. Roll it out of the way when not needed. It's a great multipurpose stand.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid, well designed. Only suggestion is to consider two versions, one with pre-drilled mounting ... Solid, well designed. Only suggestion is to consider two versions, one with pre-drilled mounting holes and one with solid top. I'm using it for another brand of planer so I had to drill new holes so now the top has a total of 12 holes.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a good sturdy stand which I am using for a drill press plus a 12" disc sander. The total... This is a good sturdy stand which I am using for a drill press plus a 12" disc sander. The total weight is around 175 pounds. It rolls easily and locks securely in place. The assembly was straight forward and well engineered.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice sold table It is a really solid table that is perfect for my Ridgid 13 in thickness planer which is quite heavy. Assembly of the table was straight forward and the only thing I had to do was drill new holes for the Ridgid planer.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Instructions not very clear, have to look at pictures closely to assemble. Dont like they way the... Instructions not very clear, have to look at pictures closely to assemble. Dont like they way the bottom legs bolt on to bottom frame, could be more bolts for added strength.
Date published: 2017-01-10
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