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    Mitre saw advice, to mount against the wall with minimal rear-clearance

    I ended up buying a second hand Makita LS1219L. Did my first job at the weekend with it, making up some shelves and workbenches. Seems good, definitely need to hook up a dust extractor though, made an awful lot of sawdust!
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    Mitre saw advice, to mount against the wall with minimal rear-clearance

    Thanks for the advice, I didn't realise there was a whole generation of "modern style" saws that had minimised rear clearance as a priority. I'll be looking out on eBay for something second hand anyway, the Hitachi saw looks interesting. Any idea if the Triton is any good? I've not heard of...
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    Mitre saw advice, to mount against the wall with minimal rear-clearance

    it's quite a bit, and slopes down towards the front door (front door is left on this side-view image). It's also access for the back garden so being able to take the wheelbarrow through without steps is useful.
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    Mitre saw advice, to mount against the wall with minimal rear-clearance

    I'm just starting out setting up a workshop in my garage which unfortunately has a sloping concrete floor. I'm planning on making wooden shelving and workbenches with unequal length legs to take the slope out and bolt them onto the wall. Because of the floor I can't really have any machines on...
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