Model#: DEWNDWX726

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Dewalt DWX726 Heavy-Duty Rolling Miter Saw Stand

  • Dewalt DWX726 Heavy-Duty Rolling Miter Saw Stand
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Add mobility to the jobsite with DeWalt's Rolling Miter Saw table. Useable with any miter saw, simply attach your saw and efficiently move around the jobsite with ease to allow you to go to where the work is when needed.
Please Note: Unit does not included miter saw. Miter saw sold separately.
  • Wide adjustable infeed and outfeed roller work supports provide up to 8 ft. of material support
  • Easily adjustable mounting rails adapt to nearly any miter saw or portable thickness planer
  • Wide rubber grip wheels provide increased jobsite mobility
  • Three position pneumatic assisted raising and lowering for the ultimate in flexibility and easy of setup
  • Durable tubular steel construction provides a maximum weight capacity of 300 lbs.
  • Compact vertical storage option maximizes workplace efficiency and ease of transport
  • Easy to setup design means less downtime and higher productivity
  • Heavy-Duty Rolling Miter Saw Stand - DWX726
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Length: 60 in.
Width: 25 in.
Height: 32.5 in.
Weight: 67 lbs.
Color: Yellow
Construction: Steel
Finish: Yellow/Black
Package Qty: 1



3.9 / 5.0
63 Reviews
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (39)
Easy To Use (11)
Lightweight (5)
Ergonomic Design (4)
Value (3)
Best Uses
Frequent Use (7)
Home Repair (5)
Jobsite (5)
Large Projects (4)
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Easy To Use
Ergonomic Design
Best Uses
Frequent Use
Heavy Duty Requirements
Large Projects
Small Projects
Home Repair
Great stand
Money well spent saves my back
March 21, 2019
10 months ago
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Avid Do-it-Yourselfer
broke 3 times already
cable keeps braking and not engaging.
handle bolts keep getting loose
botls holding cable keep getting loose.
brought back for service twice already and now i have to do it again, owned it for less than 2 years.
March 17, 2019
Originally posted at
Mitre saw stand problem fixed
I like this stand. Its constructed very well, but I to had problems with it collapsing.
(See photos below)
So the first thing I did was to loosen the screw in the middle. Didn't work. Then I loosened the nuts on both sides of the screw. Didn't work but I left both the screw and the nuts loosened. Next, I readjusted the cable adjuster that holds the tension cable as shown below. This was a little difficult to do because of the spring, but I got it adjusted. It seems to me that the cable is kind of long and needs have more tension. I also added a cable tie to the rail above past the cross bar above this mechanism to help put more tension on the cable.

Even though I did all this while in fully extended position, I was still very cautious about it collapsing but it did not. After I did all this I grabbed the handle, pull up, pushed the release lever, and pushed down slowly and it collapsed. In summary: loosen the screw and two nuts, and readjust cable adjuster. Hope this helps.
January 28, 2019
Originally posted at
Well Built - Poor Performance
My saw is too heavy to move by myself and this stand looked like the answer; attach the saw, lift, roll out of the garage and use. Problem is it won't lift my saw. Without the saw it works just fine and is rated at 300 pounds. I know my saw doesn't weigh that much. The only answer I can think of to solve the problem, is to raise the stand and then mount the saw
January 14, 2019
Originally posted at
Very disappointing
Not the product I expected. Low profile not easy for someone 6’ or taller to use. The Ridgid saw stand is a much sturdier and efficient stand.
January 9, 2019
Originally posted at
I've used this stand with a Dewalt miter saw for a while now, and I've loved the portability and the space savings from the collapsibility. Then I suffered the problem others are talking about where the release lever won't unlatch the locking mechanism, and you're stuck with the stand folded up or folded down. I was disheartened to read about so many others experiencing this problem with nobody posting a solution.

It turns out the cause and the solution are both relatively simple. The lever pulls the lock mechanism with a sheathed cable, and apparently that cable can stretch a tiny bit over use, until it's so long that there isn't enough tension to move the latch. I was able to fix mine by adjusting the tension.

Lay the stand on its side. Follow the cable from the lever down to the latching mechanism. Carefully pry off the black plastic shield. You'll see the cable is threaded through the center of a compressing spring and attached to the end of an expansion spring. Where the cable sheath is mounted to the yellow part of the frame, there are nuts you can adjust to tighten up the cable. Don't add too much tension, or the locking pins won't ever engage, but make sure there's enough tension that when you operate the lever, the plate moves enough to disengage the locking pins on either side shaft. Once you've got that, the plastic cover should snap right back on and you're in business again.
December 26, 2018
Originally posted at
If using for heavy saw, stand is useless
The saw stand works great if there is no saw on it. However if you have a heavy saw like a DWS779, the stand will get stuck in the top position and won't collapse. I took the saw off and I was able to easily collapse the stand. This kinda defeats the purpose of the stand being able to roll around and keep the saw on it. The saw only weighs 65 pounds which is nowhere close to the 300 pound limit of the stand. I am not sure what the problem is with the stand. Additionally, upon talking to customer service, they sent me a video that was basically a review of the stand.
December 5, 2018
Originally posted at
Good idea, poor quality
Bought online from Home Depot...
Allen head bolts are soft, misaligned holes equil stripped out heads on the bolts.
Cable latch system doesn't lock well up or down.
Now that the saw is attached with the Allen bolts and the heads stripped out, I cant' detach the saw...
Help me out here DeWalt quality control people!
December 1, 2018
Originally posted at
Girl on the move!!
We bought this last year to help move around our miter saw - I needed the help because my size and the miter saw being an awkward shape. When working alone - it just was easier to set up in rooms and move it around efficiently. Also provided a nige work station! Storage is sometimes tricky because it’s large but - moving and being efficient is a larger bonus for us!
This review was collected as part of a promotion
November 14, 2018
Originally posted at
Huge disappointment
I bought this because I have always bought Dewalt products for their quality. I don't care how heavy duty the frame is, or how study it is, the main reason someone buys this over other stands is because of the fact that it will raise up and then fold down for storage; except it doesn't. I have the heavy 12" compound miter saw and the hydraulics on this stand will not lift that much weight, even though they say it will. It took a great deal of strength to pull it up to the working position, which is not how it should work with hydraulics. Now it will not go down. Try fitting it in something in the upright position to take it to the only dealer in my city, clear on the other side of town for the warranty work. We are about the 14th largest city in America and have one place to take this for warranty work. Disappointment in the engineering, disappointment in the performance and disappointment in the service options.
September 4, 2018
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With saw mounted to stand and in folded position is it self standing for storage?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2018
Will this stand fit the Dewalt DWS780 12" Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw? Thank you,
jim on Feb 26, 2016
Does the table saw fits on the stand also ?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought a dewalt cold cut saw and had to weld pads on the table and change the hole pattern
Does it have a stop function for cutting lengths?
Glenn S on Jan 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We have one and No it don't have a stop function for lengths, but if you can live without that option its a great buy!!!
How is it in the up position?
Herb on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: very stable I have a 12 inch miter saw on it it works great
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One of the features described in the description is -- Wide adjustable infeed and outfeed roller work supports provide up to 8 ft. of material support -- Does this unit actually come with the rollers or is it just tubular with no rolling?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Model DWX726 will be a Rolling Miter Saw Stand with the wheels.
Do the material supports have rollers? Two pictures show rollers, but the detailed picture shows a fixed tube.
Steven C on Oct 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No they do not, they are flat but move well as slides.
Can it be adapted for a craftsman radial arm saw?
F B on Jan 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I do not see why not, it adjusts side to side and back and forth. it is a great stand that store very well. I believe that this would not be an issue at all.
will this stand fit a dw716 saw?
DON F on Dec 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not positive, but I did fit a 12" double-bevel Milwaukee saw to it. It should work with your DeWalt dw716 as the universal slides allow for both 'X' & 'Y' adjustment and the base on the DeWalt is almost identical to the Milwaukee saw. It is an excellent quality stand and very sturdy. Good Luck!
Can you mount the dw745 table saw on this stand?
Dale B on Nov 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Probably yes, it has 2 sliding bars and each of them has 2 sliding mounts, if they don't directly fit you could mount a piece of plywood or such as a sub base. Dewalt makes a table saw stand DW7450 that is lighter and more inexpensive than this unit which is really designed as a large miter saw stand.


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