|Project by CharlieM1958||posted 09-04-2011 02:54 AM||2854 views||9 times favorited||25 comments|
The other day when I posted my “Lines and Angles” box, several folks requested I post the sled I used to cut the parts.
It’s nothing out of the ordinary. Designed for small-ish work, it is pretty compact. The miter fence attaches to T-nuts on either side of the blade. It can be left in place when cutting short cutoffs against the rear fence, or it can be removed for crosscutting longer pieces.
I was initially a little skeptical about whether the screw-down miter fence would prove to be accurate, but so far it appears to be dead on. I’m still mulling over ideas for a hold-down on the miter fence.
-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"