Deluxe Panel Cart
The WoodRiver® Deluxe Panel Cart makes it very easy to get your material from your truck bed or trailer to your table saw with minimal effort. The tilting carriage adjusts from a low horizontal height of 31-1/2" to a maximum 39-1/2" to fit most table saws. The large frame adjusts from...
The WoodRiver® Deluxe Panel Cart makes it very easy to get your material from your truck bed or trailer to your table saw with minimal effort. The tilting carriage adjusts from a low horizontal height of 31-1/2" to a maximum 39-1/2" to fit most table saws. The large frame adjusts from 18" wide x 36" tall to 18" wide x 45" tall to support even full 4 ft. x 8 ft. sheets of plywood. Pivoting feet can be stowed out of the way when the cart sits idle and then locked in position to quickly go to work carrying the next load. The lower cart assembly uses two 4" locking swivel casters and two 4" swivel only casters to provide rolling support to a compact but sturdy 16"-wide x 18-long frame that very easily fits through doors as narrow as 24". Don’t worry about loading down this cart because it will comfortably move up to 250 pounds of sheet material.
- Safe and efficient way to transport your sheet goods to your table saw or your workbench for processing
- Adjustable frame can accommodate up to a full sheet of plywood, MDF, etc.
- Tilting carriage adjusts to match the height of most table saws and workbenches
- Compact but sturdy pivoting frame fits through doors as narrow as 24"
- Feet can be stowed out of the way when the cart sits idle to reduce the cart's footprint
- Casters provide rolling support
- Frame Width: 16"
- Frame Length: 18"
- Frame Height: Adjustable from 36" to 45"
- Horizontal Carriage Height: Adjustable from 31-1/2" to 39-1/2"
- Caster Quantity, Size and Type: (2) 4" locking swivel casters and (2) 4" swivel-only casters
- Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
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Could have improvements
great cart ,great idea but i wish it could be foldable to just through in the back of my truck and take it to my site jobs . . i have searching and couldn't find one a-frame that was smartly foldable . maybe in a near future
Nice Compact Cart
The cart comes nearly preassembled. It took about 5 minutes or less to unbox it and put it together. The directions were easy enough to follow although the 1st step showed a picture of the bolts for the connecting bar in the wrong location. The bolts on my cart were shipped in the connecting bar itself. I was somewhat skeptical about how sturdy it would be as the base is 16" deep and a little less than 18" wide. So far it seems sturdy and rolls well on my laminate shop floor. You just need make sure the panel is centered on the brackets. It has adequate support when the 4' x 8' panel is on the cart in both the horizontal and vertical positions. The Pivot Lock seems a bit stiff but that should loosen up with time and usage. The cart has 2 locking wheels of the 4 wheels that keep the cart in place reasonably well. There are some items that could use improvement. When the cart is adjusted to my table saw height the panel brackets are about 12" off the ground. This makes loading a full 3/4" panel from ground level to the brackets by yourself a little awkward. The panel brackets themselves need the edges rounded a bit or a nylon glide with rounded edges attached on them to make loading/unloading and protecting the panel edges better. Additionally, the bolts for the brackets need to be unscrewed almost entirely to swing the brackets out of the way. A solution may be to have the brackets mounted just on the inside of the lower part of the tube frame with a different style knob. The knob could be a changes out for a T shaped repositionable one. Overall I am pleased with the purchase. It is a good value for the money.