A BIG WELCOME to Centipede Tools!

June 21, 20134 Comments

A huge THANKS AND WELCOME to Centipede Tools as the show’s newest sponsor!

Centipede Tools is currently running a crowd-funding campaign to bring to market a revolutionary new sawhorse alternative called the “Centipede Sawhorse”. The prototype is featured in the video above and comes in two different sizes, 2ft x 4ft or 4ft x 8ft.

According to the website:

“The Centipede Sawhorse is a heavy duty yet surprisingly lightweight job site work support system that will have you saying goodbye to traditional saw horses altogether.

With many points of support, the Centipede can support an incredible amount of weight while keeping even the thinnest sheet material from sagging as it does with traditional saw horses.

Featuring a unique modular design, the Centipede allows for the use of included Bench Clamps to keep materials in place and X-Cups that conveniently accommodate standard 2 x 4 boards.

The patented design of the Centipede features sturdy vertical posts constructed of welded steel tubing, flat steel cross beams and durable molded polymer feet and P-Tops that prevent damage to the board, saw blades or the Centipede.”

The “Centipede Sawhorse” has a ton of uses both in the shop and out!

To be completely transparent, the guys at Centipede Tools are not only paying sponsors of the show but they’re also friends of mine and I’m more than happy to help get the word out about their products. I’m confident after you see the demonstration video you’ll see how one Centipede Sawhorse can work better than numerous pre-manufactured sawhorses.

Please take a moment to checkout the fund-raiser and support our newest sponsor Centipede Tools!

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  1. tom says:

    looks like a perfect accessory for a track saw

  2. Funny you should say that. The very first spontaneous conversation I’ve found about the Centipede online was at TrackSawForum.com.

    I guess it isn’t funny, so much as apt…

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