TRADESMAN M600 Bender Cart

(2 customer reviews)

$375.00$499.00

Clear
SKU: N/A Category:

Description

These are awesome carts for our tubing benders. The tradesman model comes ready to be welded or welded and painted, and loaded with excellent features like:

Ultra Heavy duty ball bearing casters with locking 5″ wheels, and pivot locks. These are nicer than the casters on $3K tool boxes.
Heavy steel construction (these weigh about 85#!)
Massive 1200#+ load capacity
Hooks for wrenches (3)
locks and clamps to secure our tubing bender
Precision lower shelf if CNC laser cut from 5000 series aircraft grade aluminum and formed on a CNC press brake
Every part is made in the USA except the nuts/bolts/wheels.

Add the VersaNotcher Pedestal Mount to mount your notcher to your cart as well!

Info/Videos

These carts can easily hold over 1200#! We have done it in the shop to prove it.

Here is a little demo video we shot before we had a tripod and microphone for our video camera. Sorry about the shakiness and audio. The contrent is great though:

5
50 %
1
4
50 %
1
3
0 %
0
2
0 %
0
1
0 %
0

2 reviews for TRADESMAN M600 Bender Cart

TRADESMAN M600 Bender Cart photo review
John Casale
I owned my M800 tubing bender for a few years before I bought the tradesman cart, and man should I have bought it sooner. Super high quality casters, very, very easy to move around when loaded. Should have ordered this cart when I bought the bender.
Travis von Staden
I have high hopes for all rogue products, however I was slightly disappointed in this cart. In my case the lower aluminum shelf was bent incorrectly and the lower portion of metal supports were cut to the wrong dimension in order to meet the bent metal risers. I purchased my own metal to meet the longer dimensions and made everything work, it is still a quality cart once assembled. I built it months after purchase and did not bother to contact rogue before making alterations because of the lead time as well as time after making the purchase. Overall, I am pleased with the final result but would probably spent the extra money for the assembled model. I attached a picture, if you look at the bottom you can see that the uprights did not meet up with the cut outs of the shelf even though the vertical portions of the the support legs are square to the upper shelf. I look forward to building the bender next and mounting but I am going to wait to weld the mounting tabs just in case there is another discrepancy.
Joe Gambino
Travis, we can see why you came to that conclusion about the gap in the area where the shelf meets the legs. That gap is present so that the shelf can be tilted up in the narrowing space it occupies and then removed after the cart is welded together (or installed after the cart is welded together). We used to have the gap set VERY tight, and we had many phone calls about the shelf not being able to be installed, and so we decided to increase the gap so that our customers wouldn't have to grind that shelf to fit. If you feel we have this wrong, give us a call and we can take a look at what you're describing. There is no expiration date on customer service and product support here, so it isn't too late to have us address this, even if it is just with a credit for your next order.
Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *