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HTC PortaMate PM1000 Universal Mobile Base

HTC PortaMate PM1000 Universal Mobile Base
With the Port-A-Mate PM-1000 Adjustable , size is no longer an issue. Fully adjustable mobile base features side rails and corner pieces with holes spaced every 1 inch to insure the perfect fit for your machine. Move bandsaws, table saws, sanders, drill presses, jointers, planers, and much more.   Expands up to 19 by 43 inches. With the mobile base, it’s never been easier to move equipment around a crowded shop. This fully adjustable mobile base features side rails and corner pieces with holes spaced every inch to insure the perfect fit for your machine. Move bandsaws, table saws, sanders, drill presses, jointers, planers, and much more. You’ll be able to open up space for more effective productivity, better organization and safety, and added convenience during cleanup. The base is sturdy and easy to assemble, plus it adjusts to fit virtually any large woodworking machine, forming squares from 14 by 14 inches to 31 by 31 inches and rectangles

  • Each side expands from 14-to-43-inches
  • Maximum Square 31-by-31-inches Maximum Rectangle 19-by-43-inches
  • Adjusts in 1-inch increments – all parts included
  • Foot level raise and lower tool with rubber leveling feet
  • 400 pound capacity

List Price: $ 64.99

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    • Corey
    • May 20, 2013
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great mobile base for workshop equipment, February 19, 2012
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    Corey

    This review is from: HTC PortaMate PM1000 Universal Mobile Base (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:41 Mins

    This video review shows a Craftsman table saw on a fully assembled HTC2000 universal mobile base. The video includes close-ups of the assembled rails, wheels, and levers.

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    • Michael Brown
    • May 20, 2013
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    A few problems!, October 10, 2009
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    Michael Brown (Tillamook, Oregon) –
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    After reading the reviews I purchased one of these units to add mobility to a work bench in my shop. I planned to purchase additional units for other tools. I will do so but most likely not these. From the assembly problems I encountered I found that at the maximum size listed the unit in my opinion was not strong enough. It did not please me that two of the bolts needed for the wheel assemblies were missing and required a trip to the local builders supply to purchase the needed bolt assemblies. The major problem was that quality control (perhaps lack of quality control would be a better term) allowed one of the wheel assemblies to be shipped with one of the holes needed to mount the fixed wheels missing. Nothing that a session with the drill press wouldn’t solve but enough extra to be irritating. Summary – if you have a fully equipped shop and basic machinists’ skills with a load which is light you may find the base acceptable. In my opinion if you want a complete unit in the box, with easy assembly (not likely with the enclosed instructions) and capable of all advertised perhaps you need to look further.

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    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • May 20, 2013

    I don’t really have a buttoned-up process for finishing at the house now. I usually just wheel a bench outside to do most of my stain work. A fan never seems to get all the fumes out.

    • Bill Thebuilder
    • May 20, 2013

    Your welcome. I have a few machines that I use my shopvac on because don’t have the space or money for the dust collection system (dream of having one 🙂 ). Now as far as the finishing/staining process do you recommend a fan to blow fumes out the doors (have a garage).

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • May 20, 2013

    Thanks Bill! That shop vac hooked to my random orbit sander most of the time.

    • Bill Thebuilder
    • May 20, 2013

    I really like this video of the most you have done! At the end you were saying about shop vacs? Which machines do you mostly use them on?

    • vtxrider1800r
    • May 20, 2013

    One thing your missing is a sump pump when the cellar floods. All that stuff floating around is not good.

    • Tough Journeyman
    • May 20, 2013

    Great looking shop and a wonderful personality. You should be on TV hosting your own show. Best wishes man.

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • May 20, 2013

    I had my electrician run a bunch of outlets off my existing service about four feet off the ground, so there’s one handy for most tasks. But the outlet I use the most is the power strip I zip tied to my main workbench. I run power to that with a long extention cord, so I’m free to move my bench around. The DIY Network has some good layout suggestions online too. Give them a try for some more inexpensive ideas. Good luck wth the shop! – Jim

    • FurnitureWorkshop
    • May 20, 2013

    Sure thing, TB. Good luck with the new biz!

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