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The DeWalt DE7023 Universal leg Stand is the ideal stand for any Dewalt mitre saw. This stand has been very well designed and can be carried in the folded up position easily with one hand, although it does weigh about 30kg’s. The stand is made from aluminium and steel and can support a weight of up to 225kg’s.
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The beam on the Dewalt 7023 is about 1.7 metres long and can be extended to 3.6 metres by extending the work stops.
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Here you can see a 3.6m length of 8 inch * 2 inch timber, which is easily supported by one of the extending work stops/supports-
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As well as being able to support all Dewalt mitre saws it can also be used for other machines such as an bench grinder, metal cutting chop saw or pillar drill (with some modifications) using the Dewalt 7025 brackets.
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When not in use the Dewalt 7023 can easily be stored on a flat wall or on the side of a storage cupboard by making a simple bracket from a piece of unistrut

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At about £150 it is not the cheapest mitre saw stand available, but it is definitely one of the best!

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I've had one of these stands for over 10 years and it's still going strong,it gets heavy abuse as well. It's paid for itself hundreds of times over. The only thing that mine needs is 4 rubber feet that went missing years ago!


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yea ive had mine for like 5 years now. atleast. great stand. can also be used with other makes of mitre saw too.

they do loadsa different attachments for them aswell. rollers for the ends and other stuf too


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steviejoiner74 wrote:
I've had one of these stands for over 10 years and it's still going strong,it gets heavy abuse as well. It's paid for itself hundreds of times over. The only thing that mine needs is 4 rubber feet that went missing years ago!


funny enough just ordered the new 18v ryobi chopsaw today from tooled up and in my order history where the tracking is ---
264934 15/03/2006 21:49:16 DeWalt De7023 Universal Mitre Saw Stand


so 7and a half years ago :thumbleft:

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As soon as I got one big-all I wondered how I lived without it,very portable and built to last. A must for any joiner who has a mitre saw. I believe dewalt do a mini version as well with shorter beams.


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my mate uses his mitre saw on the floor. well until he worked with me that is. he always uses my saw stand now like.


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what sort of hight does the saw sit at when it is on the stand as i am 6ft10 so often find things are to low for me to use comfortably


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37 inches to the cutting surface.

Mental note to self- Never go out with pud1771 on one side and Feva on the other side :lol:

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As soon as I got one big-all I wondered how I lived without it,very portable and built to last. A must for any joiner who has a mitre saw. I believe dewalt do a mini version as well with shorter beams.


engineered to last not built to a price
although is a bit heavy compared to my mates metal one its featherlight lol

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37 inches to the cutting surface.

Mental note to self- Never go out with pud1771 on one side and Feva on the other side :lol:


will have to have a size up as may be a bit to low for me got a few work benches and fold up stands that are just a bit to short to use comfortably

used to work on the doors with a guy who was 7ft tall so a few heads turned when me and him stood side by side also used to get lifts with my mate in to work he is 6ft6 and we used to drive about in a 2 door peugeot 106 :sign5: oh i am the wrong side of 25 stone as well so would kinder lean to one side :tongue3:


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used to work on the doors with a guy who was 7ft tall so a few heads turned when me and him stood side by side also used to get lifts with my mate in to work he is 6ft6 and we used to drive about in a 2 door peugeot 106 :sign5: oh i am the wrong side of 25 stone as well so would kinder lean to one side :tongue3:


Blimey that's a fair size :shock:

You can imagine how suprised I was when RICH ANDO told me that you was a raving homosexual!!


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as an aside

if i had several tools to place on the stand i would use the one set off clip on brackets attach a bit off 12-25mm ply and with either locating holes or batons to accommodate the required tools

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Blimey that's a fair size :shock:

You can imagine how suprised I was when RICH ANDO told me that you was a raving homosexual!!


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:cussing: RICH ANDO told me he wouldn't say anything after i dressed up for him :boxing: :angryfire: :boxing: will just have to make him sequel like a piggie :ky: :downtown: :lol: :lol:


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i have also noticed you seem to have levers to release the legs on the older ones you push the ball bearing into the hole to release

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i have also noticed you seem to have levers to release the legs on the older ones you push the ball bearing into the hole to release



Are you still talking about Rich :dunno:


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