Many carpenters make their own saw stands, which they can tailor exactly to the work they do. These stands are their workbenches, and because the stands are wooden, users can nail or screw their accessories anywhere. Here are five noteworthy examples.
JLC executive editor and veteran carpenter Clayton DeKorne simply clamps or bolts his miter saw to a slab of plywood and sets it on sawhorses or another stable surface. The outboard work supports consist of plywood L-brackets that are ripped to the same height as the saw table. For production cutting, he clamps a taller wood scrap to the bracket...
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