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Posted on Realistically how high can a mitre stand be while still being safe and accurate?

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teejk

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#1 posted 550 days ago

add the shelf thickness and base height of your miter saw…54”-60” will probably end up at 59”-65” high…that would work if you are 8’ tall. but that’s just my preference.

my miter saw and mortiser share a mobile table (enclosed 3 sides with shelves for misc storage). my Kreg jig has a tiny little bench that also is my cordless charging table. my Leigh sits on a mobile bench that also holds the cutters and tools plus the routers. my sanding stuff is a rather small mobile cart that holds all the tools plus the sanding paper.

I’ve been negligent in posting any pix on my profile…I keep waiting until I have it spotless…when I’m ready I seem to undertake a new project before I take any pix (ADHD perhaps?). But I’ll venture out into the 5F weather and see what I can do (ignore the old Cub Cadet teardown).


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