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RIDGID Flip Top Portable Work Support
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RIDGID

Flip Top Portable Work Support

$2997 /each

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Folding down almost flat for easy transport or storage, the RIDGID Flip Top Portable Work Support is a convenient addition to your work area. Constructed of rugged steel, with thick wall tubing and stable non-skid feet, its ideal for use with almost any tool.

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  • Vertical adjustment from 27 - 45 in. for use with almost any tool
  • Constructed of rugged steel with thick wall tubing and stable non-skid feet
  • Pivoting top catches sagging stock, providing strong outfeed support
  • Folds down almost flat for easy transport and storage

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Has the "breaking" handle issue spoken to by many of the reviewers been fully addressed in the units available today in HD?

Asked by: Michael
I've not experience this issue because I'm not using brute force to tighten the stand height. I suspect the weight of the item to support will dictate the force required and I'm not using this for supporting sheet material or large dimension lumber. These are Just my experiences.
Answered by: thekounsler
Date published: 2017-02-14

Does the work surface tilt completely upright/verical?

I am working on a project in the which I need to clamp the material at a range of angles including upright (completely vertical). Does this tilt that far? Thanks. A.S
Asked by: Distoviolin
Not sure if this would work for a clamping situation as you may need something more substantial depending on your application. However, anything is possible. The table has a removable pin that allows the table to remain fixed horizontally. I don't believe it will accommodate a variety of fixed clamping angles you need for your project. If the pin is removed, the table becomes a swivel base which provides out feed support for table saws and the like, similar to the roller stands. This table is much more sturdier and provides substantially more support area than the roller types. I would suggest you might look into the Black & Decker Workmate 425. This is an extremely versatile work station and may provide you the features you need. Hope this helps.
Answered by: kooseman
Date published: 2016-12-20

so they make a specific weight system to hang from it to keep them from falling over when running stock through?

i see it has a hook on either side for weights. how much weight? and how do i hang it off of these hooks when they are low already? is there a specific system for this?
Asked by: jpsober1
There is not a supplied weight system--you would have to provide that and the hanger strap yourself. I have not found the need for one in my use yet. They are quite stable; but it is a useful option to have in event of need.
Answered by: Pharmdog
Date published: 2017-04-07

Will this hold a scroll saw without any problem?

Asked by: BigRed1
This is not a sawhorse and even as an out feed support it does a poor job. Very unleveled, buyer beware.
Answered by: mp397
Date published: 2017-02-26
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Customer Reviews

Flip Top Portable Work Support is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 144.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very sturdy construction and multi-functional. Provides more than twice the support of standard r... Very sturdy construction and multi-functional. Provides more than twice the support of standard roller - type stands and folds very compactly for storage. Some concerns noted in previous ratings about the tightening handle but the handle is replaceable (#000999130700). Do not over tighten and there should be no problem. This support can additionally be used in a stationary position (w/o swivel option) alongside a table or miter saw for support. Suggest having it slightly lower than saw table when used for out feed support. Can add weights using large cable ties, etc., on each side for additional stability if needed. Highly recommend this table.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have worked with all kinds of rube goldberg contraptions to do what this product does with ease... I have worked with all kinds of rube goldberg contraptions to do what this product does with ease and amazing variety of settings -- It is now a must on my worksites
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not as wobbly as the previous version. I have 2 now. The box home depot shipped it in is 5X larg... Not as wobbly as the previous version. I have 2 now. The box home depot shipped it in is 5X larger than needed. But I picked it up at HD.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I needed. Worked like a charm. Just what I needed. Worked like a charm.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Look elsewhere if you want something sturdy and leveled. Only good perhaps for rough framing but ... Look elsewhere if you want something sturdy and leveled. Only good perhaps for rough framing but would not trust that thing for anything of value on the planer or the table saw. I have to shim one side about half an inch on both units I bought. RIDGID: if you are reading this, perhaps instead of trying to have your tools look like they come out of "The Transformers" Movie you could spend time on quality control. Everything I touch from RIDGID feels like flimsy plastic just like Ryobi, which is not surprising since they both come from the same company. Charge a premium and do quality tools once and for all, what is it nowadays with quality? Is it a scarce ressource in 2017? Festool, Mafell, Hilti and some others understood that.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the ultimate "roller stand," mostly because there are no rollers. Your material does not ... This is the ultimate "roller stand," mostly because there are no rollers. Your material does not get pushed away from the fence as will happen with every rollerstand with ball barring rollers. this is never more important than when your ripping something of length. If it gets dirty and won't slide material easily, just swap it down with Armour All, and it's like brand new every time. The only stand I'll ever use. Weight is no problem! sturdy and simply the best!
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Helpful Tool that works. I like the Flip Top Portable work support. It has been a good "third hand" when i am working alone on the table saw or drill press. I have used the big long roller. These pull your work to one side or the other if they are not EXACTLY set up at 90 degrees to the work flow. The flip top does not pull or push the work off line. You may need to hang a gallon jug of water or sand to make it more stable, but that is no issue. I have purchased a second one for my self and two for a son for his workshop. I like the tool. Nothing is perfect but i would and have 'purchased again.'
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These things are great! They are very light weight, but the very wide base make them EXTREMELY s... These things are great! They are very light weight, but the very wide base make them EXTREMELY stable. The "flip" aspect works great when used as outfeed supports for a tablesaw, etc--although I've used them as infeed support or even on the side of the saw when cutting large sheet goods. Height adjustment is simple and secure, and the adjustment range is adequate for multiple uses. E.g., I was recently making drawer dividers for a workshop cabinet, and the stands quickly converted from outfeed support on the table saw to support stand for long stock on my drill press. When not in use, they fold flat, quite short, and are so light they can easily be hung on light duty supports. I first read about these in a very favorable review of similar stands in Fine Woodworking magazine. Right now, I only have two, but will probably buy a couple more as my project list dictates.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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