Well designed this stand solves many problems combining, transport without the need for lifting, working with full support of work pieces beyond a machine base and storage, it is also very quick and easy to setup and breakdown. Two universal tool mounts allow a mitre saw to be secured (other similar items could be made to fit) whilst built into both ends of the top are adjustable supports with repetitive stops, long pieces of wood can be supported safely whilst cutting. The tubular stand construction gives a very sturdy working base, once folded it resembles a sack truck fitted with two 8" rubber tyres that make transporting, even over rough ground a simple job, in set up two levelling feet ensure stability.
|Model||GTA 2500 W|
|Nett Weight||34.8 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||1,220 mm x 711 mm x 864 mm|
20 November 2017
Saw benchCommon sense finally prevailed and purchased this bench to accompany the Bosch Mitre Saw I had purchased. Don't waste your money on cheaper benches like I initially did (see my review for the Axminster trade bench - product number 101634). Go straight for this bench it is brilliant and allows good storage for the saw and bench when folded down. I must point out that the saw is heavy so raising and lowering the bench with the saw fitted is done with care. A good investment and justified to accompany the Bosch Mitre Saw range.
1 April 2015
GTA2500W saw standWow very well built, possibly over so as it is quite heavy, Holds the saw well and when folded moves easily. I will mostly be using it on site so it will need to command quite a bit of space because of it's size. Because of it's build quality I am sure it will take the knocks of being moved around. very impressed so far. Others trades are already envious !
7 January 2014
I would strongly recommend this stand!Simply brilliant! I intended to purchase Bosch’s static stand to use in combination with the GCM 12 GDL 305mm Axial-Glide Mitre Saw, as I would rarely need to transport the saw, but finally purchased this stand after seeing how easy it was to collapse and move, during a visit to Axminster Tools.