Here at SWAG our Portaband tables are built for individuals looking for quality, 100% American made tools at an affordable price. Designed for those working with limited space and or those looking to maximize the full potential of their hand held band saws.
The SWAG Base Model vice mounted Portaband table was our first ever item to debut on our website back in 2008, and has remained virtually unchanged to this day. With its simple yet robust platform the V1.0 Portaband table is laser cut out of 1/4" thick steel so it will easily outlast the saw that is bolted to it.
To convert your saw into a vertical band saw installation could not be any easier, remove the factory foot guards two or three screws depending upon model and reinstall the table with the provided fasteners.
This kit contains all the necessary hardware to attach your Dewalt or Milwaukee deep throat Portaband to the SWAG Portaband tables. This table does not come painted.
Due to the blade guard mounting hole locations on the Harbor Freight Model # 47840 Portaband, there is new foot guard mounting plate that is required to adapt the saw to fit the Base Model Portaband table, hence the additional $4.00 in product cost.
NOTE: The WEN Band Saw must be modified slightly in order to mount to this table. Instructions are provided in the kit.
Our V1.0 table is cut on a CNC laser out of 1/4" thick steel plate, formed on a CNC press brake and weighs in at ~ 15 pounds for ultimate durability. The table dimensions are 1.50 tall, 10.75" deep & 12.0" wide.
Just as advertised. Thanks!!
If you need to make crisp cuts then this table is an essential component to make it happen for you! Here is a link to a video I made to show how easy this table is assemble! https://youtu.be/VDKRVmj094o?si=YqUnO-PypaYpZuqe
For those of us who don't have a dedicated shop, or the pockets deep enough to equip one, this is the perfect solution for metal fab. I had this fitted, mounted, squared up, and clamped in my vice in 10 minutes after receipt. It is simplicity at it's finest. Solid chunk of metal with holes in it that does exactly what it claims, holds your saw in a vice. Works perfect for me! Thanks Swag...
Hard to say anything bad, it’s flat, sturdy, and lives in my extra bench vice. I found an older portable bandsaw on CL that fits the table, much better solution than an angle grinder and cutoff wheel.