Rick for something that heavy you need a quality mobile base but you know that don't you. I love that table saw. One like it would look good in my shop.
It’s rated for 1300 pounds , so I was hoping it would work half arsed on mine .Rick for something that heavy you need a quality mobile base but you know that don't you. .
Man, those casters are very cool. Simple design and very reasonable. And they also have some foot operated models. I think you need to have these mounted on something other than the bottom of the saw because they will rais the table by 5-6 inches, which is fine if you're 6ft 2in, but for shorties like me, unworkable. Back to welding a frame with outriggers so the saw only goes up half an inch above the floor. Enough to clear cables, but low enough so winding down the leveling foot is quick and easy. If you only moved it occasionally, these would be terrific.I really like this concept . But of course there in Europe , and the caster is kind of small for my liking . Not to mention there a small fortune for the heavier load capable ones .
Plate Fitting Adjustable Leveling Casters (WDS 12198), Leveling Casters | WDS
Rick I have a Jet Proshop TS and I never lock the wheels on it.This is simular to what I would like to build in the future . Not sure, but I’d be tempted to add foot pads , as I just can’t see wheels holding the saw firm enough whether they lock or not .