Is it just me or ?
I have been reading about how some people are using portable miter saws and table saws just sitting on the floor.
Any time I set up a temporary work area I always use tables, workbench etc to get the saw off the floor. Nothing more dangerous than bending, kneeling or however, EVERY time you need to make a cut. A little time to organize your work area will pay off at the end of the day !
Some of the stands that come with these portable saws are junk. Wobbly, tippy, etc. I make sure mine are solid ! I used to work with jobsite table saw that would want to tip half way through the cut. SOLD IT. I lug around a CAST IRON TABLE heavy sucker now.(It does have wheels)
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