OK, I said it would be at least the week-end before there was more to report, however after taking the dogs to the Peluquería (hairdresser!) I had time on my hands whilst waiting to collect them, so I came home, and went into the workshop, where my first job was to change the rope stringers on the saw-horses for luggage straps.
The rope was not giving sufficient support, yesterday I bought the straps, and today they were fitted, using a bolt to attach to one of the lower struts, what a difference!
Then I wanted a mounting on the saw-horse so I could use it for my mitre-saw. I had a piece of 3/4\” plywood, which was just big enough, so I attached two rails underneath from 2×4, one either side of the saw-horse rail, firstly I stuck them in place with my hot glue gun, then turned it over, and put three screws into each rail.
It is a snug fit, so does not need anything else to attach it to the saw-horse, I can now use this as a portable bench, as you can see in the photo I drilled a 1\” hole with a forstner bit, to hang it on the wall.
or as I intended it, for my mitre-saw
I will now probably cut a longer rail, so I can add moveable supports to that, and use the mitre-saw to cut long planks., but for now this is ideal, and I can dismantle my dedicated mitre-saw stand which takes up valuable space, which I can\’t afford in a small shop.