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A cutting workstation which includes a cutter mounted on an arm type configuration. The arm configuration is slidably moveable relative to a divided work piece support table, the cutter moveable there between. Further, the cutter is capable of elevating the arm either above or below the worktable. Not only is the arm capable of being lengthened and shortened, but also it is also of capable of rotation producing a variety of miter cuts. The arm is also capable of rotating to a vertical axis to produce a chop cut motion. The bifurcated table or work piece support is capable of being rotated through a number of degrees relative to the cutter also producing mitered or angled cuts. The bifurcated worktable is also capable of being elevated above or below or at the level of the cutter.The cutter, if in the form of a circular cutter blade, is preferably provided with the conventional pivotal spring-loaded blade guard. If the cutter is in the form of a router or shaper bit, it should be preferably provided with a pivotal spring-loaded or fixed dent guard. An embodiment of the invention will now be described with reference to the drawings.