|Project by JSB||posted 05-26-2015 02:34 AM||4991 views||39 times favorited||31 comments|
- 14.5’ long.
- 15 sheets of 3/4” ply.
- No doors, all drawers.
- 20 full extension 24” deep drawers.
- One pull out tray (bottom left) for storing my planer out of the way.
- 12” sliding miter saw with 4” dust collection port in the back of the dust box.
- Custom Detroit Redwings drawer pulls cut on a CNC.
- Stop block setup to the left of the blade with about 106” capacity.
- The lower cabinet to the right of the blade is 48” long so a full 8’ board can be placed to the right of the blade and it won’t tip over the edge.
- Storage “bins” above the drawers at eye level for quick access stuff and stuff that doesn’t need to be in drawers.
- Openings in the bottom between the cabinets house my air compressor and a trash can.
- Two large 24” deep, 12” tall, and 48” wide drawers on the bottom right for larger items.
- Lots of future storage optimization potential within each drawer for sliding trays and layered storage options.
For those who are interested I have a lot of details on this build in four different videos and articles and I also have a set of plans available:
Part 1 – Carcasses and work surface: http://jayscustomcreations.com/2015/03/miter-saw-station-drawer-cabintes-and-work-surface/
Part 3 – Drawer fronts and upper storage bins: http://jayscustomcreations.com/2015/03/miter-saw-station-storage-boxes-and-drawer-fronts/
Part 4 – The stop block setup: http://jayscustomcreations.com/2015/04/super-simple-stop-block-for-a-miter-saw-station/
-- Jay - http://www.jayscustomcreations.com