Storing a miter saw can be tough. Most people don’t have the space to leave it set up with long support tables. Storing it under the workbench is a pain: You gotta dig it out, set it on sawhorses and then figure out how to prop up stuff while you’re cutting. A high-end manufactured stand is great—but probably costs as much as your miter saw. So what are you going to do? Build this simple miter saw cabinet!
Quick-Convert Tablesaw/Router Station — This easy-to-build mobile tool stand packs a shop full of convenience in a small package. With a footprint of less than 7 square feet when folded, this tool stand expands into a massive 17-square-foot tablesaw work surface. And it’s multi-talented—to switch to a router table simply slide out the on-board router drawer. http://www.woodstore.net/qutast.html
DIY Tip of the Day: Portable roller stand. Ripping a long board on a small portable table saw can be dangerous without extra support. If you don’t have a helper, clamp a short-nap paint roller to a sawhorse as a roller stand. Tighten the clamp firmly to prevent slipping. As you move around your work area, carry the sawhorse along. Now you’ll always have support to safely cut long boards. - William A. Goldbach