|Project by DaveWatha||posted 12-21-2011 06:56 PM||5104 views||15 times favorited||11 comments|
Nothing too fancy here, just a basic sled. I made this sled to use with my Bosch 4100 tablesaw. The sled is made from Baltic Birch plywood and the runners are oak. The base is 1/2” Baltic ply and the front and rear fences are made from 2x laminated 3/4” Baltic ply. I pretty much followed the process described in the Woodwhisperer’s excellent cross-cut sled video (#146). To set the rear fence square to the blade, I used the 5-cut squaring method described in his video and it worked very well.
I initially found the sled was binding a bit in the table miter slots but after applying a couple coats of Johnson paste wax to the runners and the base it slides like butter.