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32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand

  • Features 3-position pneumatic-assisted raising and lowering
  • Durable tubular steel construction supports up to 300 lbs.
  • Rubber grip wheels provide for easy portability
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Product Overview

A must-have for easy portability of your miter saw, the DEWALT 32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand features durable tubular steel construction for long-lasting use. With a 300 lb. weight capacity and 8 ft. material accommodation, this stand is sturdy and strong and has rubber wheels for convenient transport. Perfect for use on the jobsite or in your workshop or garage, this stand is easily adjustable to suit your application's needs.
  • Durable tubular steel construction supports up to 300 lbs.
  • Supports materials up to 8 ft.
  • Rubber grip wheels for easy portability
  • Adjustable mounting rails adapt to most miter saws and portable thickness planers
  • 3-position pneumatic-assisted raising and lowering
  • Vertical storage capability helps conserve storage space
  • 1-time assembly
  • Includes stand only; miter saw is sold separately
  • 90-day money back guarantee; 1-year free service contract; 3-year limited warranty

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
25
Product Height (in.)
32.5
Product Width (in.)
60
Table Height (in.)
32.5
Table Length (in.)
25
Table Width (in.)
98

Details

Color Family
Yellow
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Tool Stand Features
Foldable
Tool Stand Type
Miter Saw Stand
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can the saw remain mounted on the stand when folding the stand?

Asked by Max June 10, 2018
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Yes. The stand can be collapsed with the Saw attached. You can then wheel it to your next location before raising it again.

Is this a double beveled saw?

Asked by stac March 25, 2017
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Yes.

What is the total height of cutting platform with saw mounted to stand from the floor?

Asked by JR January 13, 2019
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If you're asking about the height of the saw table, it's 35-3/4 inches

Stand will not close down. Does not appear spring is pulling locking mechanism. How do I fix this? Thanks

Asked by Jack October 27, 2018
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I have the same issue and adjusted the cable several times with inconsistent results. I am very dissatisfied with this feature which negates the whole point of investing in a collapsable 'easy' to store stand. What good is it if you need two people to raise and lower it. One to lift and another to engage/disengaged the stops. I wish I could just take it back to home depot for a refund.

Does this work with other brands?

Asked by Stand May 28, 2018
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I'm using a Kobalt 12" Miter Saw with it. Perfect fit.

Is this stand compatible with the 12 inch dewalt chop and slide? or just the straight chop saw?

Asked by tworle June 4, 2019
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Should handle it easily. I have a Hitachi 12" Slider and it was a routine hook-up.

Can you mount a dewalt table saw on it

Asked by Jtarq June 28, 2019
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Yes you can, I did this. The brackets on the stand are not deep enough so I secured two 21" long hardwood 1x4 to the stand and then the saw to the hardwood. See image. If you look at other remarks people talked about the saw tipping over, but this is not the case. I have the stand at the lowest setting height, I pushed on the table to see if it would tip over and it will move, but I was pushing hard. I would say if your blade is sharp, no issues with it getting pushed over.

What is the differents, between=DHS716AT2 for 599$ And DHS790AT2 for 799$?

Asked by Mascara November 5, 2018
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$200

can I use this saw corded on a 110V plug? without the 60V batteries on.

Asked by Cubas June 14, 2018
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yes

can i leave the saw on the stand and store it

Asked by jose March 30, 2018
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Yes, I actually keep it on the stand and store it upright out of the way when not using it.

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New to mitre saw learning all features but so far...
New to mitre saw learning all features but so far good quality and dependable.
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Dewalt….32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand. I chose this particular stand mainly because...
Dewalt….32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand. I chose this particular stand mainly because I can mount either my miter saw or my planer and other obvious reasons like mobility. I can easily move it around my garage and it folds up and stands up vertically for easy storage. The weight capacity of 300 lbs. is a Plus and the best feature I like is the pneumatic assisted raising and lowering system it is very easy to raise or lower the stand with the saw on it. This stand is very well constructed and durable and is very sturdy and is a great addition to my garage/shop.
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Look nice, but...
I bought this stand as part of a combo package with the Dewalt 12" sliding miter saw. Even though it's spring loaded, it takes a fair amount of force to set it up from the retracted position. I hate to think what it'll be like when the spring lets go, and it will eventually let go. If you have lower back issues, look elsewhere. Once upright and in position, it's not all that easy to roll it around. The thing's just plain heavy. My biggest complaint is the sliding side supports, which are practicably no support at all. Once extended, they flex quite a bit, making a perfect miter cut impossible. You can try to compensate for the flex, but once the cut is 50% through, it'll flex on the cut-off side even more. The supports cannot handle the weight of a 4x4. I knew of this problem before I bought it (YouTube Review), but it looked so cool, I wanted to try it for myself. I can't think of a practicable reason for owning this stand, so I'll probably either sell it, or repurposed it for another type of tool.
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ALL-IN-ONE PORATABILITY IS JOB 1
Tip on folding from storage upright position: Start in that position and open half-way. Set down then open the rest of the way. To store lower it all the way to the ground.
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I feel dumb for not buying this years ago.
I feel dumb for not buying this years ago.
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Very easy to assemble. Performed just as advertised. Its a pleasure now owning such a fine stand...
Very easy to assemble. Performed just as advertised. Its a pleasure now owning such a fine stand for my miter saw. I have even used it as a TV stand on jobs because I can't miss any Days of Our Lives episodes.
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I love how it makes every job easier to set...
I love how it makes every job easier to set up.
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Easy to assemble, does just what I need to get the job done
Easy to assemble, does just what I need to get the job done
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Ergonomic Sturdy Stand
Have this stand for 5 years. It is heavy duty and well made. There isn’t one like it. The piston helps to lift the unit up with my heavy saw, and lock into place in one movement. Take down is also in one movement. It’s not easy to get the extensions out - they get stuck - and frustrating to get them level with the saw’s table. However, It takes a beating and it’s clever design allows quick breakdown and set-up with rubber wheels that help push it around easily. It stores upright compactly and loads into the truck bed without drama. Much easier/lighter than my old, heavy Rousseau, which had no wheels, required time to set up but had a steel extension and stop. That heavy stand just beat me up. Dewalt got this one right for its portable and durable design. There are more expensive intricate stands that have a fence and stops. Dewalt should have provided that option but you can score that on the internet and add it. Dewalt has another good stand (no wheels) that is compatible with second party add-ons. This stand is about convenience, speed, reliability. HomeDepot has a good price and will stand behind it.
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The stand was easy to assemble and works great. I intend to downsize my workbench as a result of ...
The stand was easy to assemble and works great. I intend to downsize my workbench as a result of the functionality of the saw stand. The saw stores nicely with the stand folded and upright.
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