Every workshop can benefit from having a sturdy, near-indestructible, portable work stand like the Jawstand XP. With a 25 in. to 43 in. adjustable height and the ability to hold 220 lbs., and still position that load 2 in. from side to side with the Exact Positioning handle it’s perfect for staging woodworking projects as you install them. At 15 lbs. it’s substantial enough to remain in place, but not so heavy that you can’t easily move it around to different parts of your workshop or job site. The Jaw stand is perfect for to use with power tools, as stand for a miter saw, table saw, or planer. The attached clamp, secure fast action cam-lever, and 0-90°clamp bevel adjustment only adds to its functionality. You get a fully functional workshop when you get a Jaw stand.
[VERSATILE] Ideal for power tool infeed/outfeed material support—use with a planer, miter saw, or table saw
[BUILT-IN CLAMP] Keeps items up to 1-3/4” wide locked down and securely in place
[EASY TO USE] Cam-lever makes clamping fast and simple, with a 0-90° clamp bevel adjustment
[INSTALLATION SUPPORT] Made to hold molding, cabinets and the like while they’re being hung
[220 lbs. MAX] Supports up to 220 lbs. worth of project, and raises up to 43 in. so you can place it where it needs to be
[EXACT POSITIONING] Even under load, the head can be adjusted 2” using the Exact Positioning handle
1 heavy duty, durable metal saw horse stand holds up to 220lbs
Easy adjustment between 25in to 43in height
Ideal to use with power tools like miter saws, table saws or more
Versatile, extremely sturdy and well constructed. I'm very pleased! These are now my 'go to' support stands. I bought two and first used them to support a large, inverted wood rocker, as I made repairs to the runners. I later screwed a 18", 2" X 4" to pieces of plywood and I had a set of adjustable height feed and off run tables.
I now have two of these, I use them as supports when cutting long material on table + chop saw, and to hold a small/high table when painting. Also used them to support ceiling curtain rails while drilling for and installing anchors as shown.
Pros: Durable, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Easy to Move, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design