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    Miter Bench layout

    I think I have my layout where I want it. At least pretty close. Probably won't make much since to you looking at it, but here it is. The saw will go above cabinet labeled "door vac". Bench top should come in somewhere around 11 foot. 39 inch working height.


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    Just curious. Maybe I'm not reading it right. You will only have about 44" to the right of the saw? what if you need to cut a board thats longer?
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    Very interesting Steve.

    I'm looking at converting one wall in my 'shop' to be able to handle the radial arm saw and other things like mortise machine, drill press, etc...

    Keeping my eye on this...

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    Bob, I mostly cut to the left. Will have around 8 foot that side. If something else comes up, I can always get out my slider, that is mounted on tha stand for that.

    Brent, hope you ain't in no hurry. Could be a month or more till I can lift anything of any weight. Going to buy the pieces and stockpile until I can do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Brent, hope you ain't in no hurry.
    Me? Hurry? Projects?

    Who do you think I am? Allen Levine?

    I gots time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Me? Hurry? Projects?

    I gots time...
    Oh, yea I forgot

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    Read this post and look at Buckys face at the same time. Even she says it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Bob, I mostly cut to the left. Will have around 8 foot that side. If something else comes up, I can always get out my slider, that is mounted on tha stand for that.

    Brent, hope you ain't in no hurry. Could be a month or more till I can lift anything of any weight. Going to buy the pieces and stockpile until I can do this.

    I forgot We have the same slider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    I forgot We have the same slider.
    And a good one, it is.

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    Pieces are starting to show up. Ordered the drawer slides today. Working up a punch list for items, so when go time hits, I will be ready. May need to rethink counter depth. Need to get Comet to lift it up on old bench top for me.

    Also working on a router table setup. Busy times are ahead.

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