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Model #48-08-0561

Compact Folding Table Saw Stand

  • Durable and lightweight design
  • Quick attaching latch system and adjustable feet
  • Compatible with the Milwaukee M18 FUEL Table Saw (2736-20)
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee Folding Table Saw Stand is designed to be used with the Milwaukee M18 FUEL 8-1/4 Table Saw w/ One-Key (model 2736). The portable folding stand features all steel construction to handle the conditions of a jobsite. Its compact, lightweight design allows for easy transportation and storage. A quick attach latching system keeps the saw lock onto the stand when in use and easily detaches once you are done. Includes quick attaching latch system and adjustable feet.
  • Milwaukee Folding Table Saw Stand with quick attaching latch system and adjustable feet. 15 lb steel construction compatible with M18 FUEL 8-¼ Table Saw. (48-08-0561)
  • Quick attach latching system for easy set-up
  • Compact, mobile design for easy storage
  • Adjustable feet for cutting on uneven surfaces
  • Lightweight at only 15 lbs
  • All steel construction for durability
  • Compatible with the Milwaukee M18 FUEL 8-1/4" Table Saw w/ One-Key (2736)
  • 5 year warranty
  • Includes quick attaching latch system and adjustable feet
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
17.75 in
Product Height (in.)
20.50 in
Product Width (in.)
23 in
Table Height (in.)
23.5
Table Length (in.)
17.5
Table Width (in.)
23

Details

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

Questions & Answers

12Questions14Answers

Country of origin?

Asked by Rusty August 9, 2020
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Mine is about 1 1/2 years old and it is made in China.

Is this stand compatible with the Ridgid R45171 compact table saw? I’m in search of a compatible stand!

Asked by Zach July 27, 2020
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This stand is made for Milwaukee , I dought it will work with any other brand

ALCON: Did Milwaukee replace your broken latch?

Asked by Brett June 21, 2020
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My husband hasn't even taken it out of the box!

Will this work with the ryobi 10 in table saw?

Asked by Darkstornyrain March 5, 2020
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This stand is made exclusively for the Milwaukee saw. The saw clips into the stand holding it stable. Other compact saws will not fit this stand.

I have read complaints about the width of the stand when folded. How wide is it when folded? Can ...

Asked by Ron October 19, 2019
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hi ron I have this and it folds together if it is put together correctly the spacer bushings need to be installed where they cross and the inside/rear saw locks will close in front side I cant send picture because my saw/stand is in n.h and I am in ma.

I was able to drill more holes on my old DeWalt stand to get a higher stand height, can this also be done on the Milwaukee stand shown?

Asked by Mdd July 10, 2019
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How is the little adjustable foot pad supposed to stay on? It just pivots off of metal circle and falls off

Asked by Kjk February 11, 2019
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I had the same issue. Just push it on really hard. After I did that, it was super stable. Great simple stand. But yes, I had to push really hard to get the pad to lock onto the leg.

Will this work with the flexvolt table saw?

Asked by Gg December 25, 2018
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No, this stand is designed specifically for the Milwaukee table saw. I don't believe the Flexvolt saw would fit and clamp onto the stand.

How tall fully open or height to top of tablesaw surface. Stand says both 20.5 and 23.5 not sure which is unfold. Thanks

Asked by Kjk December 25, 2018
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stand is 22 inches high fully opened and 34 inches high to top of table saw

does Milwaukee make a wheel stand for the new table saw

Asked by propicks November 23, 2018
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As far as I know Milwaukee does not make a rolling stand for this saw. The stand that they do make is very sturdy and is easily leveled and even if you had a stand with locking casters on it, it would be hard to keep the stand from moving while you are trying to feed stock thru the saw. The saw is light enough that if you need to move it, just pick it up and move.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 81% recommend this product
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100% True Fit
Well built and made of solid materials. Great stance for pushing plywood through and the table stays still without trying to tip.
by Dennis T
not all details are correct !!!
For such money brought not all the detailsa are suitable. The table cannot work.
by Work
The latch clip broke the first time
The latch clip broke the first time I tried to snap the saw on after I put it together. I have tried several different ways to adjust it but nothing works when I try to clip the saw it pops out, other than that it’s a good table for the saw I will figure something out on how to fix the clip. I wish it also folded flat.
by Window72
1 person found this helpful
Bought this little stand for my Milwaukee portable M18 fuel table saw and it works great. It's ve...
Bought this little stand for my Milwaukee portable M18 fuel table saw and it works great. It's very well built, heavy duty, and very stable. It has an adjustable leg for leveling or stabilizing on uneven surfaces and locks onto the saw so things can't move around while you are cutting. It's easily portable and folds almost flat for storage.
by footeman
1 person found this helpful
Very sturdy and very portable. Heavy enough to be a solid foundation for the portable table saw ...
Very sturdy and very portable. Heavy enough to be a solid foundation for the portable table saw without being too heavy to move around. As you can see in the picture the saw base slides into one end and clips into the other end. Once it is locked in it isn't moving. One leg is adjustable to keep it level and steady on uneven ground. it adjusts about an inch so I would keep a 2x4 handy just in case. ha ha. Considering the portability of the table saw this was a no brainer for me. No more generators needed to run power and no worry of dirty power off a cheap generator.
by Joe
2 people found this helpful
Very sturdy. Folds away easily and I found that it puts the saw at the perfect height for me - a...
Very sturdy. Folds away easily and I found that it puts the saw at the perfect height for me - around 33 1/2". At 15 pounds it's easy to tote around. I will admit that it took me a bit of time to put together because the directions aren't all that clear, or at least maybe they weren't to me. If I hadn't struggled with it, it probably wouldn't have taken too long because there were only a few screws to attach and the leg extensions. There is a clamp on the front to hold the saw into place. Very easy to open and close. I didn't experience any movement while using the saw. I was on a flat cement floor. I can't speak to how it would perform on dirt or an uneven surface. If they could work on creating clearer directions I think that would help save some frustration when putting it together.
by Neuf350z
4 people found this helpful
Milwaukee Compact Folding Table Saw Stand is a must if you have the Milwaukee 18-volt cordless 8-...
Milwaukee Compact Folding Table Saw Stand is a must if you have the Milwaukee 18-volt cordless 8-1/4 in. table saw (model #2736). The saw can be placed on a workbench or table, but at some point you are going to need to set it up free standing to work. This stand is custom built for the saw and has a quick lock mechanism. The rails on the saw slip into each end of the stand top and a secure latch clip on the saw in the front locks it in place. The stand has a fixed leg length and to keep it level one leg has an adjustment leg end pad when on uneven ground. The saw bed height from the ground when on the stand is 35-inches. The stand is relatively light weight at fifteen pounds, the two scissor sides fold closed to be easy to carry and store. Its easier to handle than my miter saw stand. The saw is about forty pounds and when locked in is a stable platform to work with no wobble or vibration. A minor challenge is assembly which is confusing because the instructions; although, adequate don't provide enough insight. Definitely follow the steps outlined, but the most help was studying pictures of it fully assembled to see how the two scissor sides come together. I would then tighten all the bolts finger tight until its all put together and later go around and tighten down everything with a wrench and allen tool. This is because you've probably gotten it wrong the first time. Its well worth the effort since a stand that exactly fits the saw is useful.
by FXP1
3 people found this helpful
Sturdy as a rock. The saw that fits this stand only weighs 41 pounds but for the work that needs ...
Sturdy as a rock. The saw that fits this stand only weighs 41 pounds but for the work that needs to be done, this stand can not move. Pushing a 2 inch board through the blade takes some doing and the saw needs to be stable. This stand is stable. Took a bit of thinking to put it together, but voila, the included instructions. They really do work. The hardware that is used to bolt this together is the real deal, not 1/4 20 bolts but 3/8 th nuts and bolts. I know that when I am ready to use the saw, it will stay put.
by JOHN
3 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Nice stand.
Sets up quick and is stable. Slides into support guides quick and then one latch to engage. About 10 seconds to set up.
by Hardwood guy
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