Are you looking for the best table saw stand to fit your needs? It doesn’t have to be as daunting as it sounds! Don’t let picking a stand be a shot in the dark. With so many options out there, treat it as your own personal shopping spree.
Educate yourself on the various stands’ features, and you’re already halfway there! There’s no way you can go wrong, and you’ll find the one that’s right for your table saw.
First, consider the Bosch TS2000 Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand. Are you going to be working on or around rough terrain and need a stand the maneuvers easily? This is the one for you! The Bosch TS2000 Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand is great for any outdoor construction project; it has steel tubing supports that can withstand 20 pounds of force, as well as eight treaded pneumatic wheels. With pneumatic wheels, you won’t ever have to add “worry about a blowout or flat” to your list of concerns. Don’t work for your stand; let your stand work for you!
How about getting something easily transportable and able to carry a large amount of weight?
The Keter 17182239 Folding Work Table is an undeniably great option. Don’t waist all your time trying to set up your stand. This is portable and easily set up, so you can get straight to work. Now don’t go letting the Keter’s compact size fool you; it can hold up to 1,000 pounds! Talk about heavy duty!
Now maybe you don’t need something that heavy duty. And that’s OK because there’s an option for you.
The Rousseau 2700XL Saw Stand is only 52 pounds–the perfect lightweight stand! In addition to its weight benefits, this stand features: a laminate bench top that works with saw tops that are 24-1/2-inches deep and 27-inches wide; and compatibility with Makita 2703, Hitachi C10RA, and DeWalt DW744 Table Saws. In other words, don’t let your stand limit your saw use.
If you thought the aforementioned Rousseau 2700XL Saw Stand was lightweight, wait ’til you check out the Bosch GTA500 Folding Stand.
This bad boy folds flat and can easily be carried, transported, and stored anywhere. It’s a staggering 14 pounds but it is a solid 14 pounds. This stand is for the 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw (GTS1031).
Asking someone to work with only one saw is a tall order. Sometimes you need multiple saws to get the job done. Again, do not let your stand limit your saw use.
The Makita 194093-8 Adjustable Portable Table Saw Stand is just what you are looking for if you use a wide variety of saws. This stand comes with wheels, so it’s easy to move around and is fully adjustable. Not only does this stand work for both old and current Makita Portable Saws, but it’s also compatible with competitor saws including: Bosch, Dewalt, Hitachi, Ridgid, Delta, Jet, and Ryobi.
With all of the options available to you, choosing a table saw stand should be a breeze! All you need to do is compare your needs with the saws’ features, take the plunge with the purchase, then get to work!