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5 Sliding Miter Saws That Fit on a 24" Workbench

Submitted by Ana White on Mon, 01/27/2020 - 11:51

A compound sliding miter saw is one of the most useful and time saving tools a homeowner can have - especially if it's set up and ready to go all the time. But most sliding miter saws need about three feet of sliding clearance - taking up tons of valuable shop or storage space.  Who wants a three foot deep workbench?  Not me.

BUT things are changing!  There's a new crop of saws out that need little to no clearance behind the saw - so you can mount the saw on a standard two foot deep cabinet.  

Pony Wall Workbench

If you can build a pony wall your can build a workbench with drawers. All the functionality of cabinetry - but at a fraction of the cost and time! Free plans from

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Kids Bookshelf with Toy Storage

This small bookshelf features a toy storage bin and space for plenty of books! It works great as a nightstand too. Get the tutorial and plans to make your own at The Handyman's Daughter!

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The Mail Boss

Build your own mail sorting and handling console.  Features a built in shredder with EASY to dump trash, file cabinet drawer, and extra drawers for stamps, pens, tape, and more!  

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