Awhile ago I posted pictures of a router planer sled I made for planing logs for mantels and wine racks and received lots of positive feedback along with a few questions. Thanks to everyone. I’m posting this project to show how the sled and rails I made can be modified for any size and configuration (a “mini-me” version of the bigger one I posted earlier). This one virtually eliminates the possibility of bowing (one of the questions I received) and reduces back strain from reaching (the other question I received) because it is much smaller than the one I use for planing sides of a mantle. It uses the same principles as the larger one, but is much easier to break down for storage as it fits right on my Workmate and can be moved around the shop pretty much at ease. The last photo is of the very earliest version where I mounted the router to a piece of plexiglass which went away very fast because the amount of control I wanted, and needed, just wasn’t there (the ends of the sled fell off the rails way too easily). If you have any other questions, just shoot me an e-mail and I’ll try to answer them.