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Crosscut Sleds Made Simple #1: Thinking about making a sled?

01-09-2012 05:18 AM by MoshupTrail | 3 comments »

I can make a crosscut sled in about an hour. I put this off for a long time and when I finally did it, I wondered why I waited so long. No, it won’t be fancy, but it will be functional and accurate. Here’s the first one I did: The basic crosscut sled was so easy that this weekend I made a 45 degree miter sled. SO, WHAT’‘S THE SECRET? It’s simple. The only thing that has to be carefully measured is the angle between the saw kerf and the refe...

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Just for Fun... #48: Of Box Panels and Getting Sidetracked...

06-03-2011 04:18 AM by littlecope | 12 comments »

Today I had some spare time and managed to get a little bit of work done on the next part of my latest box, the raised panels…If you recall, I had procured a couple of Oak drawer sides from my folk’s house, and given them a quick, rough sanding…Next was to size them… I first squared them on one side, clamped up the box sides, then took a size from them for the width… It was then a simple matter, to transfer the size to the saw… and cut them to width… ...

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The Cross-Cut Sled

04-29-2011 06:50 PM by thewoodwhisperer | 8 comments »

Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options ThenOne of the first fixtures I ever made for my shop was a cross-cut sled. Heavily-influenced by David Marks, I modeled it after his design. The sled opened up a whole world of possibilities for not only cross-cutting, but joinery as well. I didn’t have a reliable compound miter saw at the time so this versatile fixture really helped me get the most out of my limited tool set. Here's a pic from the old days! ...

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