|Project by socrbent||posted 02-02-2016 03:42 AM||2078 views||15 times favorited||10 comments|
As Zagreb said about blue77’s turned box today – I’m been infected, the epedemic is spreading. Here is my take on the Segeasy sled, zero clearance strip and saw stop. The sled follows their plans. But since I didn’t want to mess with the drilling or cutting the insert on my SawStop table saw, I modified the plans, combining the zero clearance strip and saw stop onto a piece of old hardboard paneling scrap. Fifth picture is the first ring cut with the setup. I learned to finish the cut of of a segment slowly after having one segment get fired across my shop bouncing off one side and landing near the other side. The handmade knobs are padauk.
Any suggestions on setting the stop distance to make a planned outer segment length? When I cut the first pieces I didn’t take in to count the saw kerf.
-- socrbent Ohio