Miter Saw Station



I've been wanting to build a miter saw station ever since moving into my new shop. Not only does it provide a place for the miter saw with support on both sides of the blade, but perhaps more importantly it provides a lot of storage. Previously my tools were spread out all over the place. Some in the workshop, some in the garage, some in the basement. There wasn't a home for everything. Now with the upper cabinets, a bank of drawers, and a some large lower cabinets I'll be able to put everything in one place. It won't take long to fill it up!


Check out the feature length video that shows lots of tips and trick while I build the miter saw station for my workshop.



I also built a stop block and made a separate video on that because I thought it was pretty interesting.





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