The Ultimate Mobile Miter Saw and Table Saw Work Bench! #TeamTrees
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In this video Ill be showing how I built a woodworking table for my shop. I wanted a table that could conserve space, be partially made from scraps I have from other projects, AND have room enough for a miter saw and a table saw. All said and done, the main portion of the table was about 8 feet one inch long, and 35 inches tall. the side table added about another 2 feet to the length. The measurements all depend on the size of your tools.
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