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Bosch Folding Table Saw Stand GTA500 $40 Home Depot YMMV

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Bosch Folding Table Saw Stand GTA500 $40 Home Depot on clearance end cap. Compatible with GTS1031.

YMMV since it's clearance. Sku'1000-398-979
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Created 11-03-2017 at 10:26 AM by iLikeMild
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Anyone know if that will work with a miter saw?
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I saw this at Home Depot too. I have a Dewalt DWE7480, does anybody know if this stand will work with the Dewalt saw? TIA
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It works ONLY with the Bosch GTS1031 saw.


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I saw this at Home Depot too. I have a Dewalt DWE7480, does anybody know if this stand will work with the Dewalt saw? TIA
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I saw this at Home Depot too. I have a Dewalt DWE7480, does anybody know if this stand will work with the Dewalt saw? TIA
I actually picked it up to test this out. The DWE7480 will not work with it out of the box. The rubber mounts on the bottom of the saw need to be removed for the bottom to slide into the guide with a little umph. Something solid to clamp one end into the guide and hold it in place on that end and a bigger latch/clamp where the original clamp (opposite side) is on the stand should secure it.

One edge (where clamp should go) sits halfway off the stand so 50% is lying along the top on the clamp side. A new clamp will need to be implemented since the one on the stand will not work without modifications.

Another option is to disregard the guide and clamp and have it sit on the stand where there is 100% contact where there normally would be between a saw and stand. You would need to manufacture/engineer clamps/tie downs for both sides.

The top of the stand has enough surface for the saw to lay on with a completely different clamp down / securing mechanism.

This is not something you should do if you're not confident in the design since this is a table saw you're trying to secure and is a very dangerous tool in and of itself.

The DWE7450 stand designed for the 10" jobsite saws are approx $70 all day. I don't think the modifications would be justified for this stand to work with the DWE7480.
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Anyone know if that will work with a miter saw?
Just get the Harbor Freight clamping table. Drill a few holes, get some bolts and wing nuts to secure, and you're done. That's what I did with my 10" Hitachi. https://www.harborfreight.com/fol...47844.html
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Just saw this today at South Asheville NC store for $20 if anyone lives here it's up for grabs still!
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