I'm doing my darndest to get ready to start up my shop once the weather improves. Here is something I have had on hand, but never got a photo of. It is a Miter saw stand and clamping station. Pardon the wierd angle, but it is in my storage unit, and I'm not moving those boards just for a photo op. (thought of the pic 'cause I was retrieving my CMS yesterday.)
It is constructed of 3/4" CDX ply, two 1/4 sheets, one for the support panel and the other for the top and risers of the clamping station. The top is level with my CMS which is mounted to a piece of plywood I had handy. The slots are so that you can put an F-body clamp in and clamp down a workpiece or extension fences for the CMS.
slightly better angle
I took part of the design from the Ultimate Tool stand, which American Woodworker published several years ago, scaled it down to just fit the CMS and kept the clamping slots. It is just about 5' long, with simple 2x4 legs. I'm intending to use it for cutting the lumber when I build my minibarn workshop in the spring.
Frank Pellow and any former creekers might recall a sketch I posted over there, well, I never did get the wheels put on it, think I'll leave them off, as this is not all that heavy, and I hope to get the shop up and roofed in just a couple of weeks. "Finished' might take as long as marty's shop, but that's another story.