Chop Saw Stands Provide Shop-Level Accuracy in the Field
If you work with wood or lumber, your chop saw stand is probably the most important tool in your shop — except for your saws, of course.
As a result, making accurate measurements and cuts in the field can be laborious and fraught with errors.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could easily and quickly take all the comforts of your shop with you to the jobsite? Well, now you can — with CutHub.
The Challenge of Using a Miter Saw in the Field
When you’re in the shop, you have a stable cut station on which to measure, mark and make cuts. Your saw and your lumber are on the same level as you are, so you don’t have to stretch or bend. Your setup is permanent and familiar to you, allowing you to work quickly and accurately.
In the field, you have none of this stability or familiarity. You set up each jobsite cut station on the fly, using whatever you have handy. This slows you down, puts undue pressure on your body and — admit it — makes you more prone to mistakes.
You also face increased safety risks in the field, especially if you’re making cuts on the ground or an unstable surface, as this increases the risk of binding and kickbacks.
How Can a Miter Saw Stand Help?
Obviously, not just any chop saw table can provide all these benefits. But CutHub isn’t just any old chop saw table.
CutHub: The Saw Stand That Does It All
Imagine having a cut station setup for the field that provides all the comforts of your shop. Does that sound like a fantasy that could never become reality?
With CutHub, you don’t have to imagine any longer.
CutHub is a different kind of chop saw stand. Although it’s compact, light and portable, CutHub is also heavy-duty and stable, capable of supporting your weight if you’re inclined to climb on it.
With its adjustable mounting plate and universal saw mount, it will accommodate all your saws with ease.
Before you know it, you’ll be standing upright, making quick, accurate cuts using CutHub’s revolutionary measuring system and sliding brake stop. You’ll reduce waste — and wasted time — allowing you to get in, get the job done and get out.