I use a miter saw almost every day, but until recently I'd never owned a really satisfactory stand. The homemade stands I've tried over the years were invariably heavy, bulky, and difficult to move around, so I usually found myself setting up the saw on the floor and using 2x4 blocks as stock supports. Although that produces good results, it's both inefficient and hard on your knees and back. I finally decided it was time to invest in a good manufactured saw stand.

As a remodeler, I need a stand that's versatile enough to handle both my 10-inch Delta compound saw and my 12-inch DeWalt sliding saw. Changing from one saw to another has to be quick and easy, because I need to do that fairly often. The stand also has to fit in the back of my truck and leave room for tools and materials. Finally, it must be...

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