You have several alternative choices for the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw with Stand and Worklight. Most of them are portable and two of them fellow stationary band saws.
1. Makita XBP02Z 18V Portable Band Saw
The Makita XBP02Z 18V Portable Band Saw advertises itself as a band saw with benefits in terms of comfort, control, speed, and durability. It has an impressive 275 to 530 FPM cutting speed and more variable speed control settings compared to the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw.
It's also amazing that for a saw its size, it has a cut capacity of 4¾ inches (not to mention its flexibility as a portable hand tool). However, in another point of view, the WEN 3962 is no only superior with its 6 inches cut capacity but also its whopping 1,520 or 2,620 FPM cutting speed. What it lacks in cutting mobility, it more than makes up in sheer cutting power.
2. Milwaukee 48-08-0260 Band Saw Table
The Milwaukee 48-08-0260 claims to be durable, easy to use, and "portable" by only weighing 34 pounds (which, in fairness, is significantly less than the WEN 3962 weighs, which is 73 pounds with stand included). It's not a hand tool band saw but you can move it around easier than the 3962 unit.
Then again, this band saw model has a significantly lower rating than even the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw because it's quite frankly a disappointing saw compared to its portable versions. Even with its heavy-duty clamping chain and crank nut securing tools and its ability to be mounted on any work bench, many users down vote it for its lack of a stand.
3. DEWALT DCS374B 20V Max Deep Cut Band Saw Baretool
In line with the DEWALT legacy of excellence, the DEWALT DCS374B has all sorts of impressive specs. One particular spec stands out from the rest in comparison to the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw: The DEWALT DCS374B has a 5-inch cutting capacity that's only an inch short of what a stationary band saw can cut. This is impressive in light of the fact that the DCS374B is portable.
Like the Makita band saw, this DEWALT band saw can also shift from one gear to the next in terms of speed with its variable speed dial and trigger to ensure control and versatility. However, the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw still has the more powerful motor and it doesn't need a battery or an integrated hanging hook for storage either.
4. SKIL 3386-01 2.5-Amp 9-Inch Band Saw - Power Band Saws
The SKIL 3386-01 2.5-Amp 9-Inch Band Saw is a fellow stationary or tabletop saw like the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw and the Milwaukee 48-08-0260 Band Saw Table. This unit's main claims to fame are its rip fence and a large dust port for easy cleanup afterwards.
It however doesn't come with a stand but outdoes its Milwaukee counterpart by having 3½ inches cut capacity versus 3¼ inches (for those who can't do the math, ½ is double of ¼). The WEN band saw still outdoes both by having 6 inches of cut capacity and a weightier mass of 73 pounds.
5. Milwaukee 2429-20 Cordless Sub Compact Band Saw - Power Band Saws
The second Milwaukee band saw on this list, ironically enough, compares more favorably with the WEN stationary band saw even though it's a portable power tool and the first Milwaukee band saw is actually a fellow stationary band saw.
This is because the Milwaukee 2429-20 offers more pound-for-pound compared to its table variant with its compact and lightweight 6.6-pound body that's capable of deliver 1⅝ inches, which is impressive for a machine its size. It is many magnitudes less strong than the monster that is the WEN 3962 Two-Speed Band Saw but it delivers enough cutting power for more mobile work.