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This is a new model of miter saw stand by rigid and normally be priced at $130 or above. It is a new model with 30 reviews averaged at 4.5 stars so far. Given its well accepted big brother AC9946 ($199, was on sale last BF for $99), this one likely will stand up to its brand reputation.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../312758948
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Someone tell me to buy this and not wait for the other, bigger one to miraculously go on sale again some day.
Yes definitely wait for the version w the larger wheels, I have a workshop above my garage, I can easily transport the saw upstairs, due to its larger wheels
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Does this work with the Dewalt miter saw? Thanks
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Why would you want to? Usually you just release and lift the saw off the stand. No reason to store the saw vertically on it.

Does anybody have any thoughts on the HF Hercules Miter Saw and Stand? They have 15 percent off right now with CC sign up.
I've got the Chicago Electric (which I assumed would be perfect for my Chicago Electric 12" compound sliding mite saw). It works fine. But if you leave your saw on it and collapse it to store it, this saw is too heavy and will try to tip it over. I strapped a small block onto the end that acts as the stand and it works fine.
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I've got the Chicago Electric (which I assumed would be perfect for my Chicago Electric 12" compound sliding mite saw). It works fine. But if you leave your saw on it and collapse it to store it, this saw is too heavy and will try to tip it over. I strapped a small block onto the end that acts as the stand and it works fine.
That would be one of my concerns. I know the Hercules is even heavier. Good idea about the block though. In the market for a new miter saw. Tempting because they have 15 percent off with CC sign up.
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I am waiting for the standard Ridgid rolling miter saw stand to go on sale. It typically goes on sale a few times per year. Hopefully they continue that trend this year. Maybe Black Friday...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...992161-_-N
I got the one you linked to like 17 years ago for 99 bucks on sale. It is an awesome stand. Try going through a worksite with most and at least once, you will be fighting it as it tries to twist away like going up a step and you haven't lined up the wheels exactly. With the one you linked, no problem, the wheels are wide apart and big, so easy to move. The extensions are simple and it is robust to say the least as 17 years attest to. A lot of crown molding has gone up with mine. I have an old non-sliding craftsman dual bevel saw that was one of the highest rated at that time. It is a fantastic tool...
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I went for it and will give this one a try. I generally load my miter into a truck or UTV bed to move it around and I would guess that doing it with a stand already attached would be pretty heavy and awkward. We'll see how it works out.
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Why would you want to? Usually you just release and lift the saw off the stand. No reason to store the saw vertically on it.

Does anybody have any thoughts on the HF Hercules Miter Saw and Stand? They have 15 percent off right now with CC sign up.
No, being able to keep the saw on the stand when folded is a pretty significant benefit. I'm able to just fold mine up and roll it into the corner.
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Been waiting on this model too, for at least 6 months. Word is it goes on sale around BF, but I can't seem to find one from last year.

Gonna hold off still.
Yeah, supposedly HD is doing a month of black friday like deals, I would be surprised of the better stand isn't $99 again this year. I love mine.
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I've got the Chicago Electric (which I assumed would be perfect for my Chicago Electric 12" compound sliding mite saw). It works fine. But if you leave your saw on it and collapse it to store it, this saw is too heavy and will try to tip it over. I strapped a small block onto the end that acts as the stand and it works fine.
The pictures of this stand show two extensions on the left roller, which I assume are for supporting it while standing on the end. Seems like you would collapse the left roller and it would sit on the wheels and these extensions, similar to tsigwing's block.
Anyone have any experience storing this stand, with a saw mounted, using these extensions?

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Any reason not to put a table saw on this?
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Any reason not to put a table saw on this?
It will be too tall for operating a table saw. In addition, the leg support of any miter saw stand ls designed to support vertical force - chop. They will be unstable against table saw's lateral cutting operation. In a word, not suggested for a table saw due to safety concerns.
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I've been eyeballing this or the Ryobi one (not the black Friday version - that seems to be shorter). Since the Rigid and Ryobi brackets are easily obtainable and affordable, I wanted something I can use to mount my drill press, grinder, and any other tools in the future.
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Excuse my ignorance but what things do you typically make out if this machine? Can it cut for crown molding or is this mainly for circular type objects cutting?
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In for one; the compact one is better for my use case than the rolling one. Almost caved and went with a Wen or Bora; it'll be nice to have more Ridgid in the shop.
Same here. I bought the larger rolling Rigid stand previously and it is a great stand, I just don't have room it. I ended up selling it. I told myself I would just fine without a stand. It sucks using a miter saw without a stand. The arms and material stops are gold.
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Anyone know how wide the wheels are, and how far the support arms extend? Trying to decide between this and the Chicago Electric Heavy Duty Mobile Miter Saw Stand.
https://www.harborfreight.com/hea...62750.html
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