13 Best Power Tool Stands

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Power Tool Stands in 2020


POWERTEC UT1002 Universal Tool Stand

POWERTEC UT1002 Universal Tool Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Heavy-gauge metal base powder coat finish
  • 500 lbs. load capacity. 32-Inch working height. 18" x 27" storage shelf
  • 14-Inch x 25-Inch expandable MDF split top with ruled surface
  • Adjustable foot pad for stability
  • Rubber, non-skid, foot pads

Shop Fox D2056 Tool Table

Shop Fox D2056 Tool Table
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Sturdy design reduces machine vibration
  • Support cross braces provide incredible strength
  • Butcher block finish table top measures 13 by 23-Inch and is 30-1/2" tall
  • 700-Pound capacity
  • One-year warranty

Expandable Tool Table For Bench Tools (HTC HTT-31), the Heavy Duty Bench Tool Table / Stand That Allows You to Work Anywhere

Expandable Tool Table For Bench Tools (HTC HTT-31), the Heavy Duty Bench Tool Table / Stand That Allows You to Work Anywhere
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • NEW FOR 2016: PATENTED HEAVY DUTY DESIGN - This heavy duty steel-frame tool table is perfect for getting your bench tools off the workbench and where you need them
  • 31" WORK HEIGHT AND STRONG 500lb CAPACITY - You have heavy bench tools, and this is a heavy duty bench table that can keep them stable and secure
  • FULLY EXPANDABLE - The MDF top measures 14"x25", and expands open to 20" x 25"
  • CONVENIENT RULER - The top shelf also has a ruler imprinted on the edges (both ways) for added convenience
  • 18x27 MDF LOWER SHELF FOR ADDED STORAGE - Store additional tools or accessories on the solid lower shelf
  • Legs are 32-1/2" apart across front and 25" apart on the side

DEWALT DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Mobile Base

DEWALT DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Mobile Base
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Maximum versatility
  • Durable and stable under heavy loads
  • Easy movement and storage of planer and stand
  • Comes in heavy duty size of 24-by-22-by-30-inches and weighs 59-pounds
  • Includes mobile base, stand, hardware, MDF top, shelf

RIKON 13-913 10-Inch Band Saw Stand

RIKON 13-913 10-Inch Band Saw Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • BAND SAW STAND - Fits RIKON 10-300/10-305 and Sears 921400 model band saws.
  • DURABLE - Sturdy, solid steel design for band saws.
  • SLIP PREVENTION - Rubber tips prevent slipping and protect floor.
  • STABILITY - Four support braces add stability.
  • EASY TO STORE - Lightweight and space-efficient.

Rockwell RK9034 JawStand XP Work Support Stand

Rockwell RK9034 JawStand XP Work Support Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Built-in clamp for multiple construction applications
  • Low-friction slides steer the work on a straight path
  • Excellent infeed, outfeed and lateral support for maching and sawing operations
  • Bubble indicator for leveling
  • Head tilts 90 degrees for precise clamping

Milescraft 1097 Tool Stand Drill Press for Rotary Tools

Milescraft 1097 Tool Stand Drill Press for Rotary Tools
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Portamate PM-1100 Universal Mobile Base Kit. 400 lbs. Capacity Move Your Heavy Power Tools and Equipment around Your Shop with Ease and Stability. Black

Portamate PM-1100 Universal Mobile Base Kit. 400 lbs. Capacity Move Your Heavy Power Tools and Equipment around Your Shop with Ease and Stability. Black
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Customizable mobile base kit for machines and equipment
  • Very low profile - increases machine height by less than 1 inch
  • Locking foot levers for ease of use. Instantly go from stationary to mobile
  • 3" hard plastic wheels for easy gliding. 400 lb. Capacity
  • Perfect for garages, woodshops, workshops, or anywhere mobile machines make Sense
  • Can accommodate 1/2" or 3/4" thick plywood

Evolution Power Tools EVOMS1 Compact Folding Miter Saw Stand with Quick Release Mounting Brackets, Rollers, and End Stops, Black

Evolution Power Tools EVOMS1 Compact Folding Miter Saw Stand with Quick Release Mounting Brackets, Rollers, and End Stops, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Quick & easy set up: the folding legs, quick release mounting brackets and support arms that slide into the stand, allow for simple set up, storage and transport
  • Sturdy & Robust: this miter saw stand can support long workpieces up to 118 inches in length and has a maximum work load of 330lbs
  • Quick release brackets: quick release mounting brackets allow for fast miter saw removal
  • Repeat cuts: height adjustable arms with rollers and end stops make quick work of repeat cuts
  • Fits all Evolution power tool's miter saws, as well as most other brands of miter saws

Folding Miter Saw Power Tool Stand with Wheels, Light, Vise and 4-Outlet 110V Power Strip Pro Portamate PM-7000. Heavy Duty Contractor Grade with Quick Attach Mounts and Plenty of Extra Features

Folding Miter Saw Power Tool Stand with Wheels, Light, Vise and 4-Outlet 110V Power Strip Pro Portamate PM-7000. Heavy Duty Contractor Grade with Quick Attach Mounts and Plenty of Extra Features
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

909 PM6300W Miter Saw Work Stand Power Perfect for Benchtop Tools with Wheels

909 PM6300W Miter Saw Work Stand Power Perfect for Benchtop Tools with Wheels
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Perfect for benchtop tools with quick mount attachment
  • Flip-Down Material Supports with loose material tray
  • Dual-Position Wheels
  • 2 x Material Roller Supports with Flip Stops
  • 2 x Wheels for Portability

Maxtech 77700MX Dual Height Power Tool Stand

Maxtech 77700MX Dual Height Power Tool Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Universal tool mounts; fits a wide range of stationary power tools including miter saw, table saw, Chop saws and more
  • Mobile and versatile. Folds flat and allows for easier storage of both stand and power tool
  • Working height for both table saw and miter saw table saw: 25 1/2" height; miter saw: 35 3/4" height

Power Bike Pro Mechanic Bike Repair Stand Adjustable Height Bicycle Maintenance Rack Workstand With Tool Tray, Telescopic Arm Cycle

Power Bike Pro Mechanic Bike Repair Stand Adjustable Height Bicycle Maintenance Rack Workstand With Tool Tray, Telescopic Arm Cycle
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION. Expertly crafted using premium iron and plastic, this bike stand will provide long-lasting strength and use throughout the years. This heavy-duty construction boasts a maximum capacity of 110 lbs. to make it suitable for a wide variety of bikes.
  • CONVENIENT DESIGN. A quick-release clamp locks the bicycle in place, while a 360-degree rotating clamp allows it to be held in any position. Additionally, a built-in tool tray allows you to keep all your essentials close at hand.
  • EASY ASSEMBLY. The stand comes with included tools and hardware, making it easy to assemble in minutes. It features an adjustable height from 41"-67" and the clamp is suitable for frame tubing ranging from 1.57"-2.95" in diameter.
  • PROTECTIVE FEATURES. To minimize movement and increase stability, this repair stand features four legs. Meanwhile the soft clamp jaws protect the frame from unsightly scratches and unfortunate scuff marks.
  • VERSATILE USE. This tool is a great accessory for any bicycle workshop, store or club, as well as cycling enthusiasts. In addition to working on and repairing bikes, this stand could ideally be used for storing your bike off the floor.

Recession Profit Report: If Banks Aren't Lending, Pawn Shops Are

Need a quick cash loan without enduring the tedious process at a bank? Try using a pawn shop - their quite simple to use and can actually be a great place to buy electronics, musical instruments, power tools, etc.

The first place Americans focus their attention on when they want to borrow money is obviously a bank (unless they have really good friends!). Unfortunately for them, banks are growing increasingly hesitant when the topic of dishing out currency arises. In order to further understand why, I decided to speak with Lindsey at the Bank of America West Asheville Branch in Buncombe County, North Carolina. From what I gathered, the process relies heavily on a person's income, any accumulated debt and most importantly, their credit history.

If I wanted to make a $500 loan, for example, I would basically be applying for a credit card (with about a 18-20 percent interest rate). I would take in two forms of identification, then wait up to 30 days to see if the bank approved me for the credit card. The bank also needs to know exactly what the loan is for (if it's a car loan, they need info on the vehicle, such as the type, etc.) In other words, not just anyone can get a loan from a bank, and if they do, they have to play the daunting "waiting game." With a pawn shop, the loan is instant, without having to answer a bunch of questions and reveal personal financial information.

So, can't borrow money for that car you want from your bank because you don't have the time/bad credit/don't make enough money? Well, a pawn shop is an excellent alternative! I think Americans tend to stigmatize pawn shops; often categorizing them as places where only "crooks" or "low-lifes" frequent. Just one look at a typical pawn shop justifies this assertion; the windows usually have metal bars and the buildings themselves generally aren't the most presentable. In fact, pawn shops (and the people who run them) are somewhat intimidating. So, this article is designed to smash that stigma, and provide with an insight on what pawn shops are, how they operate, and how they can actually work for you.

How Pawn Shops Work

Basically a person walks into a pawn shop and "pawns" (not "sells," which the article discusses later) an item of value for a cash loan. To retrieve the pawned item, the person pays back the loan (with about 2 percent interest) and a "pawnbroker's fee" (usually about 20 percent of the original loan). The best part about a pawn shop - you can get a cash loan AND get your valuable item back! Let me explain how this works in more detail...

The sole purpose of a pawn shop is to loan money, or purchase an item of value at about half of what it's really worth in order to resell it; that's how they stay in business and make money themselves. If the person does dot retrieve the item in 30-90 days (depending on that particular pawn shop's policy), the item becomes the property of the shop for them to resell. Obviously a person can't just walk into a pawn shop and ask to borrow the money; they need an actual item of value (which, of course, a bank does not). Since I've frequented pawn shops for the past few years, I've compiled a general list of what pawnshops usually accept for loans.

Jewelry: Usually about $20 per gram for gold. Higher loans are provided for precious gems and stones such as diamonds and rubies. The pawnbroker has special tools to determine what kind of stones are present, and if they are scratched or damaged.

Electronics: Since pawn shops are practically overstocked with electronics, they generally accept flat screen TVs made within the past few years, expensive, brand- name home stereos, and brand- name digital cameras with 8 megapixels or more. Surprisingly, you're not going to get much for car stereo equipment, older brand name TVs, cell phones (if they even accept them) and video game systems (unless it's a Wii or PS3).

Antiques: I recommend researching the value of your antique before presenting it to the pawnbroker. Unless you live in a large city, smaller pawnshops don't have the knowledge to properly assess antiques. But, then again, it all depends on the pawnbroker.

Musical Instruments: Guitars (quality brand names only), amps, keyboards, mixers, DJ equipment, drum sets and band instruments (flutes, trumpets, etc.) are generally good for a loan of about 1/4 of what the instrument is worth new.

DVDs/CDs: $0.50 is the going rate for used DVDs and CDs (unless it is a Bluray, then recent releases might yield around $5.00).

Tools: Pawn shops generally accept any kind of power tool (power drills or chainsaws), and higher loans are provided for large power tools, such as paint sprayers and jackhammers.

Negotiating for a Larger Loan

If a pawnbroker recognizes your item has "pawnable" potential, the first thing he/she will ask is "how much do you want to borrow." If you are confident and honest with your answer, chances are you'll get at least a loan close to the one you expect. Keep in mind your really only going to get a portion of what the item is actually worth. For example, I needed to borrow $50 for an overdue bill. To get the money, I took a $250 Trek bike into Finkelstein's Pawn Shop in Downtown Asheville. I knew they would not give me a loan amounting to the actual value of the bike, so I negotiated for the amount I needed to pay the bill. I could have negotiated for more money, but since I only needed $50, that's all I asked for.

Selling an Item (Not Recommended)

In addition to pawning valuables, you can also sell your item to the pawn shop (in this case you could not retrieve it). I would not recommend this because you'll get about the same amount of money whether the item is pawned or sold. With a little time and effort, you can sell your item on Craigslist or in the local newspaper's classified section for close to what the item is actually worth.

Purchasing an item from a Pawn Shop

Surprisingly, this is an excellent way to get that car stereo speaker/power tool/video game at a fair price. Since all pawn shops test each item there purchased, you're guaranteed that whatever you buy is actually in good working order. Pawn shops even let customers test electronics for personal reassurance. In fact, it is cheaper to buy a DVD from a pawn shop than rent one from a movie store!

In Conclusion

Pawn shops, despite their outside appearance, are actually great sources for quick cash loans. Now that I've explained how they work, and what items are "pawnable," anyone can easily avoid the tedious, traditional way of getting a cash loan from a bank.

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