A: I believe you can , I believe you can I received a simple missing plastic piece by calling black and decker.
A: You can take the middle board out to make a right angle clamp using the turning knobs
A: The center board may be removed, the sizes are not adjustible. Mike
A: That's a tough question o answer with words. It's easier to show. You use open up the spaces between the three sections by turning the orange cranks on the top. Make sure you turn the cranks in unison or you will end up with a lopsided opening. I was very impressed by this bench for the price. The height is good. The markings on the top boards are very helpful with basic tasks. It's not a vice but it works well for cutting small furniture sized boards. Don't try to build an addition on to your house with it. Don't use it to hold branches you woulld cut with a chain saw. But, for holding items in place to cut with hand tools, it's great!
A: Yes. Its a very stabile work platform and should be great for a tile saw.
A: I don’t see why not. But the top is not waterproof.
A: Yes, you could use a tabletop tile saw on the workbench, HOWEVER, it must be clamped or secure it to the workbench since the tile saw will walk when in use. Remember if may be messy since the saw may kick up or spill the water you are using.
A: We can advise the workbench can hold a maximum of 450 lbs. Please see the tools/tabletop table saw instruction for requirements and specifications.
A: We appreciate your feedback on the WM425 and are sorry to hear about the issue you are having with your product. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference ticket # 5653158. We look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Deeris BLACK+DECKER Social Rep