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  1. Crosscut Sled

    Quick and dirty crosscut sled - what a difference this makes on accuracy (not to mention safety). Should have made this ages ago. Thanks for looking.
  2. Cross Cut Sled

    This is a super cross cut sled. Has four t-tracks on the base and one on the fence.
  3. Quick & Easy - Crosscut Sled

    The trick here is to use your existing mitre gauge to quickly make your sled square to the blade. This project is assuming you already have your table saw blade and mitre gauge properly aligned. I made my sled with lumber I already had laying around. With this sled I am able to produce...
  4. Glass Bottle Bird Feeder

    It's not an overly complex project and I do think that it really adds to the look of the yard. You will need some rot resistant wood (Cypress in this case) and a glass bottle. You should pick out the bottle ahead of time, as it will dictate the dimensions of the feeder. Ours was $1 at the local...
  5. College of the Sequoias Crosscut Sled.

    Here is my version of John W. Nixon's Super Sled. I started this cross cut sled while attending my fourth semester at the Collage of the Sequoias cabinetmaking class which was more than a year ago. I wanted to build a sled that would help my fellow students cross cut large sheet goods safer. The...
  6. Simple Cross Cut Sled

    This is a simple cross cut sled that I made out of some scrap plywood and a pine 2×4 and 1×4, with poplar runners. I needed a sled that could be made quickly, so this is what I came up with. The t-track and stop block with tape measure is a wonderful feature that I didn't add on my old table saw...
  7. First mini project with my new table saw.

    My previous table saw was a dewalt 744 so the first project I wanted to do on the new table saw was a large sled that would accommodate larger panels for cabinet making. Along with the 32" rip capacity of the new saw with sled I can now crosscut 28" panels. A MUCH improved situation for me. Paul
  8. Simple Cross Cut Sled V2

    I posted my cross cut sled last week and since then I have made a couple of improvements. First, I added a handle to the front to help push it and also the 2- 2×4's in the middle of the handle hide the blade to make it a bit safer. Also I noticed when cutting short pieces (less than 3 or 4...
  9. Crosscut Sled

    This crosscut sled is a versatile sled that features Kreg Top Trak, Extension fence and T-Track. I designed this fence to fit my Delta 36-725 but the dimensions can be adjusted for any table saw. Action Shots: http://bit.ly/CrosscutSledIG Free Plans: http://bit.ly/CrosscutSled
  10. Reclaimed Pine All-Weather Morris Chair Recliner

    This is my Morris Chair. It is made from pine that I got for free from a friend of a friend's old bookshelf. When I got the wood some of it was badly warped, there were a few screw holes in a bunch of places that I had to plug, and it was discolored from years of use so I pre-sanded everything...
  11. Mini crosscut sled for small parts + miter attachment

    I've been meaning to build a crosscut sled for some time and debating what size I should make it. A lot of sleds out there are pretty massive and cover pretty much the whole table. While this can be practical for cutting large panels, it can also be bulky and discouraging to use. Besides, what I...
  12. My 'Advanced' table saw sled

    Like most shops, I feel like my shop is limited. I have a fairly large garage, but I don't like having stacks of large jigs. So when I made this table saw sled, I wanted it to replace two of my other table saw sleds. This sled, I think, is unique in that it has a bed that folds into an angle...
  13. Texas Madrone and Turquoise "Bullet Hole" Bowl

    Fellow Lumberjock Duckmilk gave me a chunk of Texas madrone from his cousin's place in New Mexico. It had been sitting in the desert sun for a while and looked a little rough, including a hole that runs through the center. Rather than cut it down to avoid the holes and checks, I decided to...
  14. Cars Birthday Party Theme

    My Wife saw a photo somewhere on pinterest of a Lightning McQueen cut-out of plywood that the kids could change the tires…and well…here is our plywood McQueen complete with changeable tires used for a birthday party. Kids loved it! More photos on my blog...
  15. Spline cutting sled

    Well, I sold my old table saw and bought a new 3HP Saw stop. So far I love the saw and have not found one negative thing about it. Except that none of my old crosscut sleds fit. So I have started the process of making new sleds. The first is this spline cutting sled. I got the idea from LJs...
  16. cross cut sled from scraps and $4

    I needed a cross cut sled to cut some box tops and bottoms more accurately and safely. I had been thinking about this for a long time but almost all the ones I looked at here and on other online sites incorporated t-track and other purchased items. I didn't want to spend much on this because I...
  17. Table Saw Extension Table Cabinet

    This is an extension table cabinet that I built a few months ago for my table saw. It was primarily intended to provide additional storage for my table saw accessories. It's constructed from Birch plywood. I put it on casters to make it easy to move in and out from underneath the extension...
  18. Cross Cut & Miter Sled Combo

    I have gone w/o a table saw sled for way too long - I have been thinking about designing a table saw sled that could act as both a cross cut sled and a miter sled and this is what I came up with - being it is a jig that I will be using a lot I pulled out all the stops and tried to make it as...
  19. Play House.

    This play house was built in the summer of 2002 from plans. A lot of the wood used is reclaimed wood from packing crates and pallets. Both my son and daughter have made good use of it.
  20. Cross Cut Sled

    I combined a couple ideas I got from Stumpy Nubs and Popular Woodworking to come up with this. I combines the zero clearance replaceable kerf on the base from Stumpy Nubs sled with the zero clearance fence of the Popular Woodworking sled. Unlike Stumpy's zero clearance base that was routed for...
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