The Rockwell JawHorse is everything from a clamp to a saw horse to a work table and more. With three legs, the tripod design ensures a very sturdy work area even on bumpy terrain. When you use the JawHorse for your projects, it is like getting a second set of hands to help. The jaw will hold about anything that you can put it in up to 37” wide and as long as it weighs less then 600 pounds.
The entire JawHorse is built of steel. The jaws feature rubber gripping surfaces that will hold on just about anything. The clamping force of over 1000 pound is achieved though the foot activated lever which leaves your hands free to either hold or steady your work peices until it is clamped. Since the JawHorse folds up compactly, it is easy to transport and store when not in use.
Currently there are six major accessories available for the JawHorse that include, a welding jaw, plywood jaw, log/chainsaw jaw, miter saw station, saddlebag style tool holder and a work table. Out of all the portable work table we saw at the National Home Builders Association Show in Las Vegas, the Rockwell JawHorse stood out as one of the more interesting and innovative products due to is very universal appeal and quality built.