3 in 1 miter saw station (must have WOODWORKING jig) DIY Creators
3 in 1 miter saw station (must have WOODWORKING jig) DIY Creators
Making a 3 in 1 miter saw station. Now make repeatable cuts, safely cut small parts and make miter cuts. If you lack space in your shop or want a quick and easy miter saw setup, then this is a great addition.
Download the plans: https://gumroad.com/diycreators
Written article: https://diycreators.com/3-in-one-diy-miter-saw-station/
Materials & tools used (Affiliate Links)
– 3/4” Plywood and 1 by 2 stock
– (1) 48’’ Universal T-Track https://amzn.to/2w2Y9nN
– (1) 48’’ Universal T-Track with hold down clamp kit https://amzn.to/2TcYD2F
– #6 (3/8’’) Screws used to secure the T-Track
– M4 – Thread insert https://amzn.to/3brXkoL
– M4 – Screws for insert https://amzn.to/3bty3e0
– Miter saw https://homedepot.sjv.io/xrz1R
– Mini Square https://amzn.to/3aaSMlk
– Digital protractor angle finder https://amzn.to/2TdPDf1
– Black Gloves https://homedepot.sjv.io/JN6yQ
FAQ: Must have tools for beginners (Affiliate Links)
1. Circular saw https://amzn.to/37311Pm
2. Drill https://amzn.to/2FRikGX
3. Sander https://amzn.to/37313qs
4. Pocket hole jig https://amzn.to/36WN4ST
5. Miter saw https://amzn.to/30llr3s
6. Table Saw https://amzn.to/2QVBeTv
7. Clamps https://amzn.to/30lyS3p
8. Router https://amzn.to/2sqsTO4
9. Jig Saw https://amzn.to/2QWnzeQ
10. Nail Gun https://amzn.to/387Hayh
FAQ: Camera Gear
1. Camera – https://amzn.to/361QFxS
2. Mic – https://amzn.to/2FOI0nA and https://amzn.to/3888i09
3. Lights https://amzn.to/3aeLVIg
4. Tripod https://amzn.to/2RoIx5f
5. Software Adobe Premiere Pro
FAQ: Top Materials I use
1. 3/4 Plywood, Select pine Southern yellow pine
2. LED- Multi-Color LED – (White LED https://amzn.to/30mSSCJ )
3. Wood Glue – (Glue bottle https://amzn.to/2QU1VrI ) & (Glue https://amzn.to/36WbBHR )
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– Another truly useful, creative jig to extend the use of an important tool in my maker space. Thanx 4 sharing.
Hahaha so much for this being a free plan mate . Will not add to cart unless you name a fair price. 🤔you know if you give people the opportunity to see if they like your plans and maintain honesty with people who could possibly buy more plans that you actually sell , you may find people won’t leave buying nothing and end up thinking your a dick for saying this is free if you pay me 🤷♂️get your head straight mate . A blokes word is meant to mean his reputation regardless if it’s said or written. Offer free plans be free , then make return sales for paid plans 🤔or maybe as I said before you are a dick 🤷♂️
Really unique idea. My saw doesn’t have a hold down clamp worth a damn, and I always have problems with securing what I’m cutting. U can 4get little things, that’s too nerve racking. I’m going 2 make this. Thx
Now I can really make a workeable dust collection system for my miter saw,
This is the best miter saw jig I have ever seen well done sir !!!
Where did you find the cart you use to house your miter? I’d love to find one like that with the storage and such
Love this jig. Debating on a miter saw table but don’t really have the space. This looks ideal. Can you still use the slide feature of the saw to say cut an 8” cut? Can the cut line in the jig be deeper to accommodate the slide?
What if you need to make a compound cut with this set up?
After watching this video, I remodeled my radial arm saw with a similar deck and fence. I would send you a picture if I knew how. But thanks for the inspiration.
I love how so many of your jigs are small shop / wall hanging friendly
You’re freaking genius! Phenomenal job man!
Which model of dewalt Is…
Did you build the table as well?
Hey man, love that good job
Thanks for this exceptional DIY video! I’m just curious about one thing. It appears that the setup is limited to about 5" cuts. Is it possible to modify the station to utilize the full cutting capability of your 12" miter blade?
Just found your channel, great content. I have a concern that the zero clearance will wear over time and not be so effective at eliminating tear out. What you think of milling the fence and base to add 1/4" replaceable zero clearance inserts.
I love it!!! Do you think I could extent the T tracks and create a crown stop for cutting in the seated position?
I was building a shed and some of my trim pieces needed large angles 67 degrees, beyond what my saw could give. wish i saw this at the time it would have come in very useful. awesome video and very easily understood thank you so much now i can make one.
Well done! …as always!!
I love this plan. I build a lot of chairs with similar cuts. This will help me a lot. So, after entering the 0 and my email address I have not received the plans. I’ve repeated the process several times. If you have any other suggestions I would appreciate it. Thank you!
I think I’m going 2 have my t tracks on the base running vertically. Any reason y u didn’t? 2 facilitate the angle jig better?
I built a version of this. It’s similar in concept, with some variations. The concept works great! Thanks so much for the inspiration.
I just grabbed your plans off gumroad. You said they were free but when I saw you had metric measurements I had to throw some money your way. Enjoy your coffee or beer 🍺
I’m grateful the other Gods allowed you to leave Valhalla in order to share your wood working warrior abilities with us mortals
Can’t seem to find the "plans". PDF anywhere???
The one thing that won’t do for making for example picture frames is make repetitive size cuts which is the single most important feature , personally myself for making picture frames or the like I would forget the T track and simply cut through the sacrificial fence at 45 degs either side of the centre line , that’s what I’ve done on my very cheap simple set up and it works well for me
Love the jig. However, I’m planning to cut Chevron flooring in the near future and I’m thinking how to modify the jig so it works for that. Any thoughts??
I like it!!! Thank you
I like it. Nice work.
Fantastic! I’m going to do something like this, only smaller as I don’t need as much length to the left of the saw. Nice work!
Very nice to if you have thousands and thousands to have a workshop that size with all that gear in it , my guess is 95% of the people watching this don’t have this amount of equipment and set up .
very well deserved likes for your excellent video 👍
nice design but you took away the reason i bought my $900 Miter saw, the extreme accuracy for miters. it would of been perfect for my old cheap miter saw
Very good nicely explained there’s only one thing what about doing compound cuts it will mean removing the jig every time it is still great I’m going to make one thanks kev
That mitered equilateral triangle is the gold standard. Nicely done.
Well presented! Very clear
for a woodworker, this idea seems great. As a person who uses fine finished professional picture frame moulding, I am concerned about tear out as you don’t get second chances and won’t be able to repair tear out. I think you need the backside of the moulding completely supported to get clean miter cuts.
This looks cool. Definitely going to give this one a try!
I got my 7 1/4 ryobi for small Japanese woodwork. Thus is gonna be the first think I use it to make. Then I will get back to the other stuff! Thank you very, very much for this!
Excellent Plans , thank you for your efforts in providing such well designed plans to build this work station.
I subscribed because of the quality of your materials and videos .
Great build man 👊
Hi newbie wood worker here. Love your vid’s, but i do have a question in regards to the slide on the miter saw. Do you not use it is that why you didn’t make a pre cut further out?
Thank you others want us to like and subscribe. Support them and then pay $15 for the plans. I think they should put that in the description before I watch their 20 minute video with no measurements.
Thank you! Great tutorial very well done.
I always not only enjoy but also admire your videos!