Dewalt 7023 or 7033 mitre stand?

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    Evening,
    I'm tearing my hair out over which Dewalt mitre saw stand to buy.
    Its for occasional work use and DIY.
    Any feedback from people who own these would be appreciated.
    As I see it the weight and folded length count against the 7023 v 7033, but I might like the additional support when I occasionally cut 3.6m timber.
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    i have the 7033 , with a DWS778 Mitre Saw and find it great for the stand - i fold up when not in use and then When i want it its against the wall when the car is out the garage and then i can put 2.4 lengths easily on it - recently I had some 4.6m 3x1 and cut on that easily with the arms extended , garage door open, and a clamp on the one side.

    Otherwise it folds up well, really well made
    BUT , i am just a DIYer , with a few projects around the house
    Travelled with it once when i used for a laminated floor fitted in a ground floor of daughter house
    Otherwise it stays in garage

    No idea on the 7023, never used or looked into

    I always have something in the arms , and the arms adjusted out to some degree.

    I building a cupboard across the corner right now and used for 45 angle cuts on 2x1 3x2 and some shelf units
     
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    I've used both, but own neither (my main saw is a Festool Kapex these days). The '33 is a big so and so which won't fit in the boot of a car (the '23 will). On the other hand it is better at handling girt great lengths of skirting and the like - if you have the space for it. Both good, solid stands with a good track record in the construction industry. If you are tempted by the deWalts I'd also suggest taking a look at the newer Makita stand, the DEBWST06:

    debwst06-6_1.jpg

    This is a similar type of design
     
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