Portamate PM-5000 Folding Miter Saw Stand with Wheels Quick Tool Mounts and 110V Power Outlet
Heavy duty contractor grade materials
116-inch reach and comfortable 35-1/2 inch deck height
8-inch wheels make moving easy
Fast and easy snap-pin setup,includes 3-outlet power
Quick-mount machine attachments allow you to exchange tools fast and easy
The versatile HTC PortAMate miter saw stand puts you on top of the job and will have you cutting like a pro every time. Features include wide stance, quick-mount attachments, on-board power strip, durable 8in. wheels, loose material/cup holders and more. It's not a fancy sawhorse, it's just one of the best portable saw stands you'll have in your workshop. Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 57 3/4 x 25 1/4 x 35 1/2, Dust Bag Included: No
Fast and easy Quick-Mount capability.
Designed to roll out, set up in seconds, and transform any garage or driveway into a practical workshop, the rugged, lightweight contractor grade Portamate PM5000 miter saw stand is loaded with features. It combines the light frame of the PM4400 with the multi-functionality of the PM7000. Benchtop planers, bandsaws, scroll saws, miter saws, and more can be used interchangeably thanks to the fast and easy snap pin setup.
Finding a place to plug in is easy with the three onboard outlets. It also features a lipped-edge loose-item tray to hold nails, screws or anything else, keeping materials within arms reach and not on the floor. Ergonomically designed, the PM5000 has a 35.5-inch work height to reduce back strain, and it has a total reach of 116 inches with two supports that have rotating flip stops.
Other user-friendly features include 8-inch-diameter wheels with interchangeable positioning for easy mobility, flip-down material supports, and a cup holder. With a durable, rust-resistant powder coated finish on its heavy duty contractor-grade materials, the PM5000 is designed for years of reliable service. It's backed by a 1-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Portamate PM5000 Miter Saw Stand; assembly and operating instructions