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DEWALT DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Mobile Base

July 2, 2013 - Comment

Provide dependable support for your planer while keeping it mobile using the DeWalt DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Base. This set-up features strong, reliable, heavy-gauge steel brackets that are capable of supporting even the bulkiest bench top planers, and a medium-density fiberboard top that is predrilled for easy installation of any DeWalt planer. If your

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Provide dependable support for your planer while keeping it mobile using the DeWalt DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Base. This set-up features strong, reliable, heavy-gauge steel brackets that are capable of supporting even the bulkiest bench top planers, and a medium-density fiberboard top that is predrilled for easy installation of any DeWalt planer. If your planer doesn’t line up with the existing holes, it’s easy to drill new holes to accommodate it. Perhaps the most innovative feature of this set-up is the wheel set, which can be engaged or disengaged using a foot pedal for instant portability or secure work.

Product Features

  • Maximum versatility
  • Durable and stable under heavy loads
  • Easy movement and storage of planer and stand
  • Comes in heavy duty size of 30-by-24.2-by-6.9-inches and weighs 57-pounds
  • Includes mobile base, stand, hardware, MDF top, shelf

Comments

Marc Ruby™ "The Noh Hare™" says:

Plane and Simple In all likelihood the first reaction of someone considering the purchase of the DW735 Planer is going to be that the stand is simply too expensive. And it is dear. I didn’t buy this table at first, but used a standing table I had in the shop. The only problem was that moving the planer about in a small shop rapidly becomes a weightlifting exercise. The DW7350 is the heaviest of the portable planers. To solve this DeWalt as brought out this heavy-duty, rigid table that moves easily on its casters. Once you break down and decide to purchase it you are going to wonder why you didn’t have it right from the start. Mine came with a midway shelf, which doesn’t appear in the picture. Working height is excellent. Assembly is pretty straightforward as well.

sh "sh" says:

A useful item This is a rugged, sturdy table for benchtop type of planer. You wouldn’t wnat to run 12″ 8/4 board through it without using a roller stand on both sides lest you risk tipping the planer stand over. But otherwise, it’s a very useful item.If you asemble one, follow the descriptive text for assembly, noting the letters used to denote each part (washer “P” or “O”, etc. IF you do that, asembly shouldn’t be difficult.I found the that the bolts for attaching the planer to the stand were bagged separately from the other nuts and bolts so there was little chance of using the wrong bolts.I used a 1/2″ wrench and a 1/2″ socket without any problems. You do need a socket for tightening some of the nuts.Assemble in a clean area; if you drop a nut or washer, you want ot be able to find it as there are just enough of each parts, including nuts, bolts and washers to put the stand together. Don’t count on there being spares if you drop one into the pile…

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