Internet #202716941

Model #GTA500

Store SKU #1000398979

Portable 10 in. Table Saw Folding Stand Compatible with GTS1031

  • Exclusive compatibility with Bosch GTS1031
  • Lightweight, 14 lb. stand can be easily carried one-handed
  • Folds flat for convenient transport/storage
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Price:
$8999

Product Overview

The Bosch Tool-Free Folding Table Saw Stand is the perfect accessory to accompany your Bosch Table Saw. The stand lets you attach and detach your saw in seconds, without tools. Even though it's lightweight, it features a sturdy, all-steel design with a solid center of gravity.
  • Solid and durable design stands 23.75 in. H
  • Weighs only 14 lbs. and can easily be carried with one hand
  • Folds flat for transport and storage
  • Exclusively compatible with Bosch table saw GTS1031
  • 1-year warranty

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21.5 in
Product Height (in.)
5 in
Product Width (in.)
22.6 in
Table Height (in.)
23.75
Table Length (in.)
27.5
Table Width (in.)
29.25

Details

Color Family
Blue
Power Tool Accessory Type
Other Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Tool Stand Features
Adjustable,Foldable
Tool Stand Type
Table Saw Stand
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

59Questions18Answers

Bosch GTA 500 table saw, can you use Diablo blades

Asked by Grant December 31, 2020
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Answers

Yup, I have. A diablo blade in mine currently. Dreamy.

Is the table saw discontinued? Its sold out everywhere.

Asked by oneCheck August 30, 2020
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I've heard that there is some new regulation (UL ?) regarding the size of the blade in relation to the area of the table. The 10" blade might exceed this regulation. All new compact saws are 8-1/4. I don't know that this saw has been discontinued, but it is very hard to find.

Does it have a soft start feature? Is there a fine tune adjustment to square the blade to mire sl...

Asked by Sawmiller August 16, 2020
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Answers

No. I really wish it did. Startup is pretty violent.

When will this saw be back in stock?

Asked by lumberjack July 6, 2020
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Answer

Hi Lumberjack Thank you for your inquiry regarding the bosch 15 Amp 10 in. Corded Portable worksite Bench Table Saw with Smart Guard System and 24-Tooth Carbide Saw Blade . This item is currently out of stock and has no eta of when we will get it back in stock. If you would like to be notified when it does come back in please enter your email in the “notify me” part on the items page. I hope this helps. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping with us! -The Home Depot-

Is the track that the expanding Table rides on plastic or metal?

Asked by Dave July 6, 2020
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Answer

This GTS1031 Table Saw extension wing is made up of aluminum. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) from Mon-Fri 7A-7P CST.

Does this table saw accept a dado stack?

Asked by Mario June 4, 2020
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Yes, the GTS1031 Table Saw can do dado cutting by using a Dado blade. You also need dado insert TS1013. For further assistance, contact us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) from Mon-Fri 7A-7P CST.

does saw come with stand as shown in pic? cant find it for sale.

Asked by kreinheart May 27, 2020
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No. But I will say this is a great saw.

How wide does the rip fence go?

Asked by FasDaddy May 23, 2020
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I think the table slides out to 18" on the right side.

Can this saw use an 8" dado blade (set)

Asked by Matt May 3, 2020
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Yes

Does it have an accessory insert for the blade opening that will allow the use of dado blades?

Asked by Sdela56 April 24, 2020
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No, The arbor is not long enough for a Dado stack

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Customer Reviews

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I had the larger Bosch Jobsite table saw with Gravity-rise stand. It was excellent. I had to giv...
I had the larger Bosch Jobsite table saw with Gravity-rise stand. It was excellent. I had to give that up when I moved to a smaller garage. I chose this saw because of its compact size. I have room for the saw and my car in the garage. This saw is also very sturdy - steel construction. Well engineered: convenient storage of rip fence push stick and wrenches. The miter gauge is a bit flimsy, but rarely used. Also, Bosch is the only compact saw that will accept a Dado set... and accepts a full 10" blade. When unboxing I found some loose screws in the box. These belonged to the lower blade cover. I replaced them and tightened all. One very noticeable difference from my previous saw is the violent jolt when the motor starts. I plan to add a soft-start circuit. Another thing I found objectionable is the cord storage. It is almost impossible to wind the cord on the built in cord holder... and once you've figured out how to jam the cord into place, you'll notice that the built-in clip on the plug is too small to clip onto the cord.
by SmallGarageWoodworker
3 people found this helpful
Works well my new work horse.
Works well my new work horse.
by Workhorse
The Bosch GTS 1031 is solid competitor in the Job Site Saw category. At 60 lbs it is a bit heavy...
The Bosch GTS 1031 is solid competitor in the Job Site Saw category. At 60 lbs it is a bit heavy to move any distance without assistance or a rolling stand. However, the extra weight provides stability when working with bulky and/or heavy lumber. The fence is fairly easy to operate and solid when locked into place. All of the on-board storage, except for the power cord, is inside the frame but easy to get to. Also, this saw will accept a dado stack. Check out the my review of this saw on Youtube: https://youtu.be/2P76b2p9Hj0
by Workmateguy
8 people found this helpful
I Beat This Saw & it Wont Die
I'm constantly using this saw. I don't just use it, i beat it hard. I'm frequently making custom rails out of 4x4x8 posts pressure treated, red ceder, mohagany, etc... there's only 2 down sides to this saw. 1 the gut power for what i do, cutting the 4x4x8 strains it & every once in a while I'll end up popping circuit breaker. for me this isn't a big deal cause I'm using a generator to power it. the only other flaw is i wish it took a bigger blade but really thats my flaw not the machines. this saw cuts true & the arm secures tight. i had a ryobi tabke saw that the arm would move making cuts that weren't true & after 10 4x4x8 cuts it up & died on me. this bosch saw kicks hardcore behind for $349.00. i recommend it to anyone who's out working everyday, you'll wish you bought it sooner.
by jimthehandyman
12 people found this helpful
Don't underestimate this saw
This is my second Bosch saw. I also have a Delta Contractors saw, an older Craftsman saw and a 30 year old 2.0 hp Rockwell contractors saw and this one outpowers them all. When it said it had a 4 hp motor, I kind of rolled my eyes. I still don't see it as a true 4 HP by any means, but it is definitely powerful enough. I tested it with two inch oak plank and yes it powered through it without bogging down. The Delta Contractors saw would have been bogging the whole way and even the Rockwell would have had some difficulty. The fence is very straight right out of the box. It is not like most small fences. It is tight and the handle is metal, not plastic. I built my own stand for it and put it on an existing dolly (the wheels on the dolly allow it to move side to side, but not front to back, for obvious reasons). The dust collection is also a pleasant surprise. It efficiently shoots all the sawdust out a port in the back. I put a short shop vac hose on it and sent the dust into a bucket and it works well (easier than trying to deal with the manufacturer's bag). Obviously it does not pick up all the sawdust, some shoots out the top, but it is almost as efficient as my other table saws that have dust collection. If you are just getting started in woodworking, get this saw. If you don't have a shop, you can easily set this up and take it down, and cleanup is a LOT easier than a saw that sends all the dust everywhere.
by mypoolguy
41 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Lightweight and sturdy
The table saw stand fits my saw perfectly, is lightweight but sturdy.
by Ronda Evans
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by WILLIAM
This is a little beast of a saw. I am not sure how they get to rate this as 4HP. The motor is t...
This is a little beast of a saw. I am not sure how they get to rate this as 4HP. The motor is tiny. It's strong and rarely stalled the blade out, however, there is a significant difference in the power of this saw vs my 3HP Powermatic. That said, for a portable table saw, this thing does a fantastic job. The fence is strong. The clips that hold the push stick under the table are poorly engineered. They broke very early into the life of the saw. Otherwise, its a great saw.
by Scrb31
Easy to use and assemble...doesthe work we need. But it is a loud.
Easy to use and assemble...doesthe work we need. But it is a loud.
by shopper
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