WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER WITH A WOOD CUTTING STATION
We put our Wood Cutting Station to the test. Can the Wood Cutting Station stand up to the challenges of everyday use?
Raechal, from the Makers Challenge, was up for the task.
Measure Once, Cut Once
Raechal says, “The Original Saw Measuring System and Cutting Station is one of my most used “tools” in the shop. The best thing about the cutting station is the fact that it eliminates the need for the age-old saying “measure twice, cut once.” It’s impossible to make a mistake in length with the precision measuring system. My woodshop is more efficient, saving time and getting me the precise cuts I need to finish my projects faster.”
Be Challenged with the Makers Challenge
The first Makers Challenge (formerly called Builders Challenge) started in May 2016 as an idea for a friendly challenge amongst friends. They wanted to see how creative they could be with one plan and an unlimited number of ways to modify it. That “Challenge” has grown into multiple challenges. These challenges occur throughout the year, with the primary goal continuing to be community… with a bit of competition.
Check out the challenges designed by the Makers Challenge.
Measure Accurately with a Wood Cutting Station
Many carpentry shops, cabinet shops, school industrial arts programs, home hobby shops, lumber yards, and manufacturing plants take advantage of a Wood Cutting Station.
Do you need flexibilty? Original Saw Company’s Miter Saw Stand is compatible with Saw Extension Tables of various lengths. Measure the space available in your workshop. Order Saw Extension Tables in 4′, 6′, 8′ or 10′ lengths. These tables can be attached to the infeed or outfeed side of the Miter Saw Stand.
Once you have decided on the table length, add Saw Measuring Systems on top. Saw Measuring Systems are available in 4′, 6′, and 8′ lengths. These sections can be connected to create 12′, 16′, 24′, and 32′ lengths.