Miter Saw Stand

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This miter saw stand is based off one Norm built. I built this about twelve years ago while preparing to build our second house (I did all trim work). Still have and use it today, but after a move to a new house, I’ve found its too large for my shop space.

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#1 posted 1141 days ago

Nice stand. Do the legs fold up? Any drawings or plans available?

-- Dennis, WV

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#2 posted 1141 days ago

Nice looking Miter Saw Stand.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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#3 posted 1141 days ago

Build a new shop around the table. Just kidding…do you have plans, I need one myself. Thank you.

-- A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval. -- Mark Twain

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#4 posted 1141 days ago

More pics please I can fake it from there…...... very nice stand

-- I cut it three times and it's still too short

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#5 posted 1131 days ago

I second the request for more detailed pics or a plan. That is one cool portable (and very stable looking) miter station! If it won’t fit in the new shop there are probably a few Lumberjocks willing to take it off your hands.


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#6 posted 1131 days ago

If you can’t fold the legs they could be made to slide in and out of the bottom of the table. This would make storage easy and also make the table lighter since you could move it in pieces. Great looking table.

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#7 posted 1129 days ago

Thanks all. I bought the plans from the New Yankee Workshop. I increased the length (mine’s 95” long) and omitted the fold out wings. The legs slip into some pockets built into the substructure and are secured with a screw.

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#8 posted 1129 days ago

I thought they might. Nice stand for your saw.

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