|Item Weight||66 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||43 x 29 x 24.5 inches|
|Item model number||TS2000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||This Bosch power tool comes with a one-year limited warranty from the date of purchase.|
Bosch TS2000 Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand
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- Gravity-rise wheeled table saw stand with universal mounting slots
- 8 treaded pneumatic wheels for tough terrain
- Heavy gauge 1-1/2-inch steel tubing supports more than 250-pounds of force
- Includes stand, tires, and universal mounting slots
- 24-1/2-inches tall; 66 pounds; 1-year warranty
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From the Manufacturer
- Gravity-Rise stand takes the work out of moving and setting up the saw for less downtime and more production
- Durable, mobile base for tool transport between jobsites
- 8 treaded pneumatic wheels for handling rough terrain
- Heavy gauge 1-1/2-inch steel tubing withstands over 250 pounds of downward force per corner for optimal support
- Universal mounts fits DeWalt, Makita, Hitachi, Craftsman, and Rigid for easy installation
- Material 1.5mm steel
- Height 24-1/2?
- Used on Model No. 4000
- Weight (lbs.) 53
- Wheel Diameter 8 inches
- Part Number TS2000
Top Customer Reviews
Then last year Bosch came out with this item, the "TS2000 Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand with Universal Mounting Slots". A big name, and even bigger performance. Even though this base cost more than my first "starter" table saw, I'm really happy with the purchase.
The package as delivered was both big (42" high) and heavy (66 lbs.), so I was glad I had another wheeled cart (a hand truck) to move this to my back patio for assembly. When I opened it up I found the manual to be better than usual. The diagrams of the major pieces are pretty good (except the "lower cross bar" picture looks distorted), and the diagrams of the fasteners are EXCELLENT. They're done to scale so you can lay the parts on the page for a "no doubt about it" match. The fasteners come in two bags; the larger bag is used to assemble the base, and the smaller bag to mount the table saw on the base.
Each assembly step includes a closeup showing where the fasteners go.Read more ›
This is a very solid, very well built and very well engineered jobsaw stand. It is durable enough to take the beatings of being dragged out of my truck, bounced across a job site, up and down a set of stairs, or anything else you would want to do to it.
I have the DeWalt DW-744 mounted to mine, and all the holes are pre-drilled and markings are STAMPED into the top plate! This really is a universal stand.
To me, the single item that really stands out is there is not a single hydraulic strut on this stand, and yet it requires very little effort to get the saw into the working position. No strut means nothing to leak or wear out! No seals to replace. Everything is accomplished with old-fashioned leverage, and it works wonderfully.
The pneumatic tires are also a big plus in my book. Solid tires just won't take the weight and punishment that pneumatic tires will. My only gripe is I'd like the tires to be about 2 inches larger in diameter. But with the design of the stand, it's not a big deal, as I think I can retrofit something larger on my own.
And don't think you can just turn it side ways and slide it through. With the stand and blade guard installed (both require tools to remove), the profile is more than 29". You can wiggle it through but I doubt the plastic blade guard will survive too many attempts. The whole assembly is also very heavy and awkward when trying this.
Don't underestimate how important this is. Only my front door is greater than 30 inches. Every other door is 30".
I just got the new folding stand (ts-2000) and I absolutely love it. Folds and sets up easily, moves effortlessly and saves a decent amount of floorspace when it's folded and not being used.
My only gripe is that it wasn't part of the package deal when I bought my saw 2 years ago!
This $139 table saw stand is Very Well Made and fits my DeWalt 744 perfectly. It takes about a half hour to assemble and everything fits together as it should. The pieces are heavy guage steel and appear that they'd last a lifetime. And although the stand adds about 54 pounds or so to the total weight of the table saw, it's well worth it as it makes the saw so much easier to transport around the garage or basement or to the job site. Beats the heck out of lifting a 40-50 pound table saw off the flimsy OEM stand and then moving them both in two trips. And this Bosch stand is a snap to go from folded storage/transport mode to a stationary stand - it's effortless magic! One note: Do NOT overtighten the four bolts that hold down the table saw to the assembled stand since all these portable table saws are built on a polymer/plastic base and you don't want to crack it.
There are a lot of table saw and compound miter saw stands out there, many of which will cost you twice as much (or even more) as this stand. I've looked at them all, up close and personal. I have two suggestions: One, that you buy this Bosch stand for your portable table saw (regardless of brand) as it's the best thing going - well designed and engineered. And Two, that you buy the Ridgid Miter Saw Utility Vehicle (SUV) model AC9940 $149 available at your local orange box for your miter/compound miter saw.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
On the pricey side ... but worth the money.
Well built, easy to assemble but will need 14mm and 17mm tools. Read more
Get design, balance on gravity -rise is great, we'll built, the best unit I could find. Good pricePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I used to move the saw around manually. Stand is a must have for working and moving. Stores away easily.Published 2 months ago by M. Harvey
This table does not work directly with the Bosch router table. Additional holes needed to be drilled to support the table. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John M. Patterson, Jr.
I bought this stand to go with my DEWALT DW745 10-Inch Compact Job-Site Table Saw. I made a plywood template to attach the saw to and then attached that to the stand. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris
Had to do a little bolt hole modifying to fit an older Sears table saw to it, but it works perfectly.Published 5 months ago by Kevin End
Awesome stand. Works great with my Delta table saw. Glad I got it and now my shop is portable.Published 6 months ago by MC