April 15, 2008

SawHelper Ultrafence Portable Miter Saw Stand

Sawhelper.jpgA lot of the tool world is dominated by the likes of Bosch, Ryobi, DeWalt, Milwaukee, and the other big name tool manufacturers. There's no doubt that they make some great tools, but we always like it when some little company produces a tool that runs so far ahead of the pack that it could only be the product of a small group of single minded people. Sawtooth Specialty Tools' SawHelper Ultrafence is like that. It's a very unique miter saw stand and ever since we first caught wind of it a few years back we haven't yet heard a single negative thing about it.

The Sawhelper comes in four pieces; the saw stand, the saw platform, and the two extension wings. The extensions are available in a few different sizes (50", 84", 100") depending on your needs. The legs of the extensions are adjustable from 30" to 42", which is quite a range, ensuring that you'll be able to level the stand no matter how uneven the ground is.

There are a few things that set the SawHepler above the rest of the saw stands out there. First is the manner in which the extension wings attach to the saw stand. It's done with this cool coupler system that ensures that the wings are always aligned perfectly with the saw, the exact same way every single time. Also, because of the accuracy of this system, you can be confident that the ruler on the extension wings is always dead on.

Sawhelper1.jpgThe SawHelper also has a great looking flip stop for production cutting. Not only is it finely engineered, but it also has an alignment marker on the extension ruler meaning that accurate cuts can be made without even using a pencil or a tape measure.

The saw stand folds up and the extensions are made of heavy-duty aluminum, so when it's broken down the SawHelper is portable.

We've only heard great things about the SawHelper; that it's always accurate, that it's a snap to set up, and that it's built to last. But as always, this type of quality doesn't come cheap. The SawHelper, with two 50" wings is going to set you back about $450. With two 84" extensions, you're in the $540 range and if you opt for the 100" extensions, you're going to be spending about $575. Keep in mind that those aren't your only options. SawTooth will happily put together any combination of extensions that you want (i.e. one 50" and one 100") and it will be priced accordingly.

Once you get over the initial sticker shock and start to think about it, the price doesn't seem all that unreasonable. If what people say is true, the price is actually pretty good. Think of the time (and money) you'll save knowing that each time you set up the stand, the ruler will be dead-on accurate.

We can see the SawHelper in the hands of just about everyone. Even though it has the accuracy of a fine finish tool, the flips stop makes it perfect for any framing or siding crew.

If you're just looking for a way to get your saw up off the ground, then go pick up the $100 Ryobi saw stand. But, if you're looking for a fully-functional, finely tuned piece of equipment, then start thinking SawHelper.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 15, 2008 5:00 AM
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OOps, forgot to include my contact info. paddys49@gmail.com 360-410-1342

Posted by: paddys at March 29, 2017 12:12 PM

I have this awsome tool but someone stole the saw with the brackets to connect the extensions.anyone have a spare set

Posted by: paddy at March 29, 2017 12:00 PM

Where do I buy thi set up

Posted by: Caleb Homer at March 9, 2017 10:20 AM

I have been looking all over the Internet for one of these stands am willing to pay $1,000 for the 8 ft bench please email Bedford.rocky@yahoo.com

Posted by: Rocky Bedford at February 23, 2016 10:28 PM

What saw are you trying to hook it up to? The sub bracket position depends on the saw.

Posted by: chris at September 13, 2014 1:34 PM

Need parts for my saw helper can't get in touch best product on market

Posted by: Robert Romano at May 4, 2014 10:35 AM

I have the sawhelper ultafence and was just cleaning out my garage after it had sat in the corner for years. I now have room to set it up however i don't have any of the instructions. I think i have most of it figured out but not sure how to mount the bracket to the saw. If anyone could help it would be much appreciated. thanks chris

Posted by: chris wyse at March 10, 2014 10:07 PM

Ive been calling for about a week now and no response .you cant even leave a message. I have a feeling that they are out of business. That sucks. 2/20/13

Posted by: robert at February 21, 2013 4:36 PM

I am trying to buy a Saw Helper but the website refers you to a phone number and the phone number refers you to the website. It's making me dizzy! Email them and you get the phone number, they won't return my call. Do they have a dealer?

Posted by: Bill Burke at August 24, 2009 8:31 AM

What's the deal with Saw Helper? They have to have the worst sales process that I have ever seen.

I've emailed them several times. Their service number refers the customer back to the web site and hangs up!

Posted by: Brian at May 28, 2009 10:18 AM
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