How does it set up?
How will my saw mount?
How do the 2x12 platforms work?
Do they legs adjust?
Can it set up on uneven terrain? Yes.
How long does it take to set up?
How does the bump stop work?
How do I store it?
Cut Hub workstations have been engineered to outfit most major name brand saws like DeWalt, Bosch, Makita, and Milwaukee. The only miter saws that can't be mounted are the newer extra large saws.
The whole system together weighs 85 lbs. When its broken down for storage each components weighs around 40 lbs. Cut Hub workstations are made from sturdy and lightweight aluminum.
Yes, each leg can be adjusted so you can set up the Cut Hub on uneven ground or in your garage. It can be adjusted to up to 36".
We currently don't list the price on the website. Cut Hub is a high end, custom made tool, engineered and assembled by hand in the USA. It is an entire workstation designed to improve your efficiency. We ask that all interested customers fill out a form to request pricing or email email@example.com so we have an opportunity to answer every question you have about the product.
The whole system typically takes less than five minutes to set up.
Framing crews are typically saving 3-4 hours per week on their job site using the Cut Hub workstation. One framing crew reported decreasing their build time from 90 hours to 75 hours on an apartment complex that they regularly frame. Having a Cut Hub workstation on your job will help you start shaving off precious hours on each project. The time you save will allow you to move on to other jobs quicker increasing your earning potential.
Training someone to properly and safely use the Cut Hub takes under ten minutes. You could take someone off the street and have them cutting efficiently for your whole crew with minimal training.
The average age of those in the building industries is 50 years old. It's time for the older guys to start saving their bodies and the younger guys to invest in their future. A Cut Hub workstation lets you work standing up and decreases risk of injury while maintaining productivity.
Keep Up with the Industry Changes:
70% of general contractors self report that they are behind the technology curve in the industry. As the industry changes to include more technology, better tools and more pre-fabrication, the Cut Hub will become a vital tool for your company to own. Having the best tools will keep your company building fast and staying competitive.
The CutHub will have rookies keeping up with 3-4 of your most experienced journeymen. It's most effective when it becomes the central hub of your job site. Crews become more streamlined, effective, and scraps stay in one place.