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Re: UPDATE: Ultimate Miter-Saw Stand -- And the Winner is...

Dealing with extremely limited space, I have my miter saw mounted to a base of scrap plywood sandwiching pieces of scrap 2x6. The base is constructed about 6"-8" wider and deeper than the saw. This heavy and stable base works out well whether clamped to my bench, or when using a pair of closely spaced folding plastic sawhorses with a scrap 1/4 sheet of plywood across them to clamp to. Not sophisticated or fancy, but easy and practical.

Re: UPDATE: Winners Chosen in our 'Toward a Zero Energy Home' Book Givaway

It is truly time for PV technology to be made efficient and affordable for widespread consumer/residential use. Solar technologies are essential for warm climate energy efficiency.