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Here’s a simple dirty but effective accessory for your miter saw. Eliminates tearing, allows for precision cuts by aligning a pencil mark with the cut, and offers space to screw or lock a stop block anywhere on the fence.
Originally, I built this table for extra support when cutting long pieces. But it’s such a great addition that I now always leave it on my saw.
You could use the 3/4 “stock, but I made my table from 1/2” plywood to minimize the decrease in the cross-cutting capability of my saw. It can be any length you want. For stability, widen the bed approximately 3 inches from the maximum length of the saw cut.
Glue and screw the fence to the 90 ° plywood bed. Screw the table fence to the saw fence and you are good to go.
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