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32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand with 300 lbs. Capacity

  • 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 DWX726 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 mobile miter saw stand is strong, sturdy, and has rubber wheels for convenient transport. Perfect for use on the jobsite or in your workshop or garage, this rolling miter saw stand is easily adjustable to suit your application's needs. You will no longer need to find shelf space to store your miter saw or build saw horses when you want to use it. Use this stand as a miter saw station and make your work more stable, safer, and easier!
  • Durable tubular steel construction supports miter saws and loads up to 300 lbs.
  • Miter Saw Stand supports materials up to 8 ft.
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  • Straightforward one-time assembly minimizes down time
  • Compact vertical storage option maximizes workplace efficiency and ease of transport
  • 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 in
Product Height (in.)
32.5 in
Product Width (in.)
60 in
Table Height (in.)
32.5
Table Length (in.)
25
Table Width (in.)
98

Details

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

Questions & Answers

269Questions29Answers

Will the DWS779 FIT THIS?

Asked by LGLDSR73 April 19, 2021
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Have any modifications been made to the production of this stand to avoid the issues brought up b...

Asked by Scott April 1, 2021
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I no longer recommend DeWalt sense they have closed they're service centers. the Rolling Miter Saw Stand has a problem with the (pin) not allowing raising and lowering of the stand.

How much does this weigh? I don't see a weight listed for the table itself.

Asked by Lynne March 30, 2021
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The literature doesn't mention the weight of the stand do to the fact you will be mounting a miter saw onto the stand. The type of miter saw will determine the ultimate weight. So if your planing on lifting this into a truck I would plan on 70 lbs.

What is the most compact size this can be while storing it with the miter saw attached. I am loo...

Asked by madness5557 March 13, 2021
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One has a give and take for convenience of time, but one will find having a stand and a seperate miter saw and mounting it every time you use it outweights the size.

Will other saws mont on it

Asked by Wooddawgz March 4, 2021
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Yes, there are various slots to use for a wide range of measurements between bolt holes in the saw's base.

What is the model of the charger that comes with?

Asked by RSN March 3, 2021
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DCB132

Can this be used a table saw stand also

Asked by Steve February 27, 2021
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No it says "Miter saw stand" not anything else, you run the risk of serious injury putting anything else on this.

Does this saw come with the latest version of the of the DCB606 batteries or will I get the older...

Asked by Maurice February 26, 2021
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More than likely you will get the early version of the batteries which I don't see what the point of that is anyway there's six and an hour batteries they're not going to work worth a crap on this dual setup I use the of the AC adapter all the time . I've used the batteries just for show for a second I own larger batteries made by China manufacturers that I pay a quarter of the price for and they last pretty good and have it put any down yet and I've only been using the battery operated tools about two years

Has anyone tried to mount a planer to this (Dewalt 735x to be specific)?

Asked by Dennis February 20, 2021
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I have a DeWalt 745. It looks like it would not quite fit front to back. However, a plywood base for the saw would work.

Im looking for a stand for my fathers radial arm saw. Could this be a solution. Total amature so could use some guidence.

Asked by Mark February 18, 2021
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Not like. I had a craftsman and the base would have been to big

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Customer Reviews

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I've been looking for this dewalt stand forever and was lucky to find it at home depot.. It was s...
I've been looking for this dewalt stand forever and was lucky to find it at home depot.. It was super easy to put together and works perfectly.. If you own a miter saw this is the perfect stand, especially if you will be using it to tske to a job site
by Jimmy
Great Stand
I purchased this stand to pair with my DWS 715,The assembly process was painless the only slight issue was when securing the back sliding rail the middle allen head seemed to be right in the way of the bevel knob in the 715, so my suggestion is make sure the front and back sliding rails and in position then at least tighten up the middle allen heads, it is a great stand in my opinion and went with this one because of the ability to move it around if needed.
by srf
1 person found this helpful
Dw375 planer. I bought two National N351-459 - 20-1/4" mending plates and if you rounded the edge...
Dw375 planer. I bought two National N351-459 - 20-1/4" mending plates and if you rounded the edges ( I didn't) they fit in and will fit the corner tight, otherwise a 1/8" gap from edge, but width wise perfect unmodified. I mounted them from underneath from the top, as I cut the mounting bolts in half that came with the unit so I could squeeze them in, though ideally it would of been easier to swap them with bolts and nuts instead of using the factory setup, but it worked other than cutting my hand up from the rough cast aluminum I was tight against on the bottom of the DW375
by Brian
New to mitre saw learning all features but so far...
New to mitre saw learning all features but so far good quality and dependable.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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.
by Padi
3 people found this helpful
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.
by CRAFTSMAN100
9 people found this helpful
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.
by KIRK
2 people found this helpful
I feel dumb for not buying this years ago.
I feel dumb for not buying this years ago.
by Lear
2 people found this helpful
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.
by Percy
6 people found this helpful
I love how it makes every job easier to set...
I love how it makes every job easier to set up.
by StrongBoys1
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