There are plenty of miter saw stands out there, and a number of portable table saw stands that are designed to support particular models. Most of the time, if you want a folding roller stand, you buy a premium model that comes bundled with such a stand.
Dewalt makes a roller stand that works with different table saw models. While I’m sure I’ve seen or heard of the Dewalt DW7440RS portable table saw stand before, I recently came across it again, as if for the first time.
It has widely spaced legs, locked in place by quick-release levers, rubber feet, quick-adjust universal-type table saw brackets that allow the saw to be removed from the stand, a heavy duty kickstand, slide-out handle, 200 lb weight capacity, large wheels, and sturdy aluminum construction.
It weighs 33 lbs.
From its online product photos, everything about the Dewalt DW7440RS roller stand looks to have been thoughtfully designed.
What especially caught my attention is how the legs extend wider at the back of the saw, and a little shallower at the front. This should mean you get wider stance for greater stability, while still being able to get closer to the saw at the front for easier working.
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Is it just me, or does this roller stand look sturdier and better featured than the one bundled with Dewalt’s DWE7491RS portable table saw ($579 via Amazon)?