With the miter saw mounted to the center cabinet, two long extension tables provide sturdy support on each side when you’re cutting long workpieces to length. But there’s more to these tables than holding up a workpiece. Each extension has a fence that will accept an adjustable stop block. A tape measure on each fence then lets you cut workpieces to length without measuring or marking them beforehand. And to save space when the saw is not in use, the extension tables fold to create a compact tool stand that can roll out of the way for storage, or out to the driveway to tackle the next job.
- 10 printable (digital) pages of step-by-step instructions
- 50 full-color photos and illustrations
- Shop-tested tips for working with plywood
- Cutting diagram and materials list