Focus on the Project, Not the Surface
Peace of mind for a big project is required to make sure things go smoothly. That means you shouldn’t be worried about your work surfaces and whether or not you have durable enough equipment to get the job done. A good workstand goes a long way, and a pair of sawhorses you can rely on aren’t hard to find if you know what to look for. Most complete horses are sturdy enough for just about anything you're likely to throw at them and they are light enough to carry to where the work is.
It’s one thing to work in your garage, but if you’re on the go helping a friend or family member, you don’t want something heavy and bulky that is difficult to move. Lastly, height is a consideration that's often overlooked. Most sawhorses give you a working height of 24 to 27 inches. This is a comfortable sawing height for most people. But if you're on the short or tall side, you might want to consider a model with adjustable legs. Whatever workstand you prefer, durability, portability, and adjustability are key.
Workstands with Simple Features, Ease of Use, and Reliability
A workstand is more than just a table, it’s specifically designed to be a tool in itself. Take the The HTC Tool Stand. This seemingly simple table features a 500-pound weight capacity with an 17-by-20-inch top. It includes a 22-to-43-inch height adjustment, non-skid leveling feet, and an exclusive wedge-lock inner support design. HTC Tool products are manufactured in the United States of America and designed with quality and reasonable low prices in mind.
HTC has become one of the leading cutting manufacturers in the Nation, and their award-winning products are featured on Affinity. Workstands from HTC and others help to make sure your project is supported and safe no matter the undertaking.