Miter Station

Marc Spagnuolo

A simple and functional miter station without the unnecessary bells and whistles. The Miter Station consist of three cabinets with a long 8' top to the left of the saw and a 4' top to the right. The cabinets feature a mix of drawers, doors, and pull-out trays on full-extension slides.  The tops feature dual t-tracks and allow for full use of the horizontal surface thanks to a fenceless design. This Miter Station can be customized to fit ANY sliding or simple miter saw.

This project is on sale.

  • 10 lessons
  • 127 min
  • $80.00$64.00

What You’ll Receive

  • Detailed cut list and plans including a PDF and a SketchUp file (Metric and Imperial).
  • Hours of detailed video instruction (10 videos in total) showing every step of the build.
  • All videos and plans are digital and will be available for download upon purchase. 

What You’ll Learn

  • Planning a miter station
  • Minimalist cabinet construction
  • Cutting down plywood
  • Practical drawer construction
  • Cabinet leveling
  • Drawer slide installation
  • European cup hinge installation
  • Easy drawer-front installation
  • T-track selection and installation
  • Finishing
  • Custom stops


What You’ll Need


  • Planer/Jointer (alternatives: purchase pre-milled lumber or use hand planes)
  • Tablesaw with a Miter Gauge or sled
  • Dado Stack
  • Router
  • Bandsaw (or Jigsaw)
  • Drill
  • Miter Saw
  • Random Orbit Sander
  • Circular Saw or Track Saw

Hardware & Stuff

About Your Instructor:

Marc is a podcaster, video producer, woodworking enthusiast, and author of the book Hybrid Woodworking. He has contributed articles and video content to, Popular Woodworking Magazine, WOOD Magazine, and Woodcraft Magazine. He is also the host of The Wood Whisperer, an instructional woodworking video series that’s been going strong since 2006. He is also the owner and operator of The Wood Whisperer Guild and the Wood Talk Podcast. He has taught classes at the William Ng School, Marc Adams School, Weekend with Wood, Fine Woodworking Live, as well as Rockler and Woodcraft stores. He also speaks periodically at woodworking events like AWFS and IWF.