Leg Up Table Saw Panel-Lifter

Save wear and tear on your back from lifting heavy sheet goods with the innovative, labor-saving Leg Up Table Saw Panel-Lifter! Easily mounts to your table allowing you to raise sheet goods onto your table saw. Simply place any sheet of wood into the hook and, in one controlled motion, flip the sheet onto your table saw. In one easy motion you're ready to cut large sheet goods on your own, safely and easily, without the aid of another person. Rugged steel construction with a powder coating to prevent rust. Made in the USA.Technical Details:Saves wear and tear on your back from lifting heavy sheet goodsEasily mounts to your tableRaise sheet goods onto your table saw by yourselfMakes it possible to cut large sheet goods on your own, safely and easilyRugged steel construction with a powder coating to prevent rustWeight Capacity: 120 lbs.

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