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Re: Compound miter saw stand?
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Compound miter saw stand? ()

AZ in Colorado Springs
I took an old gas grill and removed the fire box and the control panel. Used some plywood and 2x4s (as spacers) to make a table top same height as my table saw, so it could double as a narrow outfeed table. I got some sturdier wheels at harbor freight to replace the hollow plastic wheels.

When I got a DeWalt CMS, I mounted it on this table. Used plywood to make some blocks on either side to support the stock. I also have a workmate and I made a spacer that clamps to the work surface of the workmate to to be the right height to support long stock.

I lost my portable outfeed table, but I now have a 7' long roubo style bench that can serve that need. Very sturdy as an outfeed table.

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