|Project by sedcokid||posted 10-23-2013 09:45 PM||1902 views||8 times favorited||9 comments|
I recently built this miter saw table, it seems that when I wanted to use my saw I either had to lift it up to a bench (since I didn’t have room to mount it to my bench) or use it on the floor. It is a sturdy table made out of plywood 1 1/2” thick 18”wide x 8’ long and for extra support I installed a 1 1/2” x 1 1/2” x 6’ angle Iron on the under side. I have a “T” track that runs the full length so that the saw can be moved along the length of the table. I also made two supports that also run in the “T” slots for support of the material I wish to cut. The legs are also adjustable and if necessary can be removed from the table and could be used for support when cutting extra wide material on the table saw or for another set saw horses.
I enjoy have this table it has saved my back a number of times!!
Thanks for looking and all comments are welcome.
-- Chuck Emery, Michigan,