|Project by builtinbkyn||posted 01-05-2016 03:32 AM||11928 views||64 times favorited||19 comments|
Thought it was about time I posted this as a completed project. I built this miter saw station to fill two needs – for breaking down lengths of stock and to provide as much storage as I could possibly get in the space allotted.
The saw station is 126” long overall. It’s comprised of three individual cabinets built from 1/2” big box birch ply, 1/2” MDF, hardboard and edged with maple. It was assemble using pocket hole joinery and finished with Basic Coatings Emulsion – a waterborne floor finish. Building this from three individual cabinets allowed me to deal with the uneven floor conditions more easily than one large assembly.
More info and the build process can be found in my blog.
Thanks for looking.
-- Bill, Yo!......in Brooklyn :)