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John McGaw
That is probably the way I'd go again. I built mine along with the almost-identical router table on casters and at exactly the same height as my workbench and Robland combination machine so that, in a pinch, all of them could be used as extensions or work supports for each other. I settled on 34" as the proper height since that is what the Robland is and it is the one that couldn't be changed. The DeWalt miter saw sits on the stand restrained only by wooden pegs (it is heavy enough that bolting it down would be pointless -- gravity does quite well) and it can be removed in a minute. With the router table slipping the fence off does the job. In a shop in a one-car garage things can get very tight very quickly and wheels and storage are the thing.

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