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.
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.
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