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  1. Table Saw Sled

    Here's my version of the table saw sled. Like everything I do, it's overkill . I really like for my jigs to look as good as they function. This one uses baltic birch plywood, walnut, and flame maple. When I work with nice tools it puts me in a different mindset, which affects the work I do...
  2. Simple scrap wood jig

    This is a simple jig that you can make out of scrap wood and I end up using it all the time. It is a table saw sled, it is just not as cumbersome as the really large sleds. It rides along your miter slot. You can crosscut small stock and flip it over for a 45 degree cut. Quick and simple.
  3. Table Saw Crosscut Sled

    This is my simple crosscut sled. It is based off the design from the Wood Whisperer. I calculated how far off it was, somewhere around 0.0018" over a 12" run. I have a Ryobi table saw and the miter slot is a T-track, so the the runners had to be shaped to fit. They came out a little uneven...
  4. Table Saw Miter Sled

    This is my recently made table saw miter sled. I had some 1/2" plywood scrap so I simply laminated them to three layers…mostly; the top layer was a little small because I miscalculated but it didn't matter. Then I cut it to a perfect 90 deg on the crosscut sled and screwed it onto my old table...
  5. Left overs into valuable tools.

    Numerous left overs can be more a gift than a burn pile. I've been needing a keyed miter slot jig for some time and finally had the wood nedded. I'm in the process of making my daughter a Andys' style box out of pine, bloodwood, and some big leaf maple. I got to the ponint in the biuld to make...
  6. Table Saw Sled (+ video)

    Hey guys, I made a video on how to make extremely accurate table saw sled RAILS. You can see that video in the Video section here at Lumberjocks. I didnt want to throw that experimental "sled" away. So made it into a real Table saw sled. I wasn't going for pretty looks here - just...
  7. Table Saw Sleds

    I wanted to make a box. After reading a few books on the subject, Doug Stowe had given a good description of how to build a table saw sled for accuracy, safety, and whatnot. So I built these. A large sled (MDF/rock maple) with a toggle clamp for a holddown was the major one, and also one to...
  8. Super duper table saw sled

    Here is my version of a table saw sled, measuring 2ft by 3ft with a 4ft fence. My inspiration came from various videos I've seen on the internet, but I want to give credit to Eaglelake Woodworking for the biggest inspiration. The base is 3/4" birch plywood and the rest is oak. For the guide I...
  9. MITER SLED UPDATE (VIDEO )

    This is the miter sled I posted some time ago and here are the updates I made . Here is the video link Which explains it better then I can here in words . Comments always welcome ! Klaus
  10. Crosscut Sled

    I finally ended up building a crosscut sled and am liking it a lot so far. The base is 3/4" baltic birch and the fences and runners are hard maple. The base is 24×30". I was originally going to make it a little bigger, but Rockler is having a sale on 24×30" baltic birch panels and it ended up...
  11. 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...
  12. Miter Sled #2

    About 2 years ago I posted my Table Saw Sled that is very versatile. Sometimes a dedicated jig actually works better. In making boxes recently I found I would prefer a smaller sled. In cutting the miters for box sides I would wear myself out using my large table saw sled, although using an my...
  13. Table Saw Sled

    Table Saw Sled with vacuum attachment and fully enclosed blade cover. Can cut pieces up to 24 inches wide. Has an adjustable fence to get perfectly square cuts. Also has a hold down clamp and the sled has rails under the sled to keep it from tipping while cutting. www.woodworksbysullivan.com
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. Crosscut Sled - Supersled style

    This is my new crosscut sled. I used it a little bit building my cutting board project; I'm loving it so far. It is 3/4" melamine with an MDF / hardboard sandwich main fence and pine front fence. The main fence was built in two parts that are bolted together with shims to ensure the front...
  17. 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...
  18. My second project... A tablesaw sled

    From my basic woodworking knowledge everybody refers to the table saw sled as an indispensable tool in the shop., so naturally I decided to build one as my second project. The base is made of 3/4 plywood and the fences are made with a standard 2×4 squared off on the thickness planer. I also...
  19. NEW TABLE SAW SLED

    Well here is a new project and it got me back in the shop but slowly does it . I wanted to address some issues and I think I accomplished my goal . I made a video that you can watch on YOU TUBE and I think it will explain the projct better then I could here in words. Please let me know what...
  20. Table Saw Sled - Super Size

    Sled for my Unisaw. Had been using one built by my father 30+ years ago. Time to retire the old and build a new. 18" clear between the fences - 48" width. It's a little heavy, but does what I want right now. Remove weight through slots later. Built from Baltic birch - 1/2" on the flats, 3/4"...
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