A found a decent fix for my space issues regarding placement of the Mitre saw. Since I first got the saw I didnt mind moving it back and forth from the countertop to the workbench for each use. Of course this turned into a pain once the workbench was in use full of materials. With the width of my counter being just a little short to both store and use the sliding Mitre saw I couldn’t use it to full capacity with the saw hanging off…...also very dangerous. My solution was to mount the saw on a 3/4 inch plywood base. Make this base slide so I could have full use of the saw and then slide it back for storage. I used 1/4 knobs w/ bolts and cut a slot in the plywood and drilled holes in the bottom of the countertop to achieve this. It works like a charm and I now my Miter Saw has a fixed station in my shop. To store it I just kick it over to 45 degrees and slide it back. Works like a charm.
Ready for use, back of slide is just a hair off the wall.