|Project by Gerben||posted 05-21-2012 07:22 PM||5770 views||4 times favorited||9 comments|
1 & 2. My table saw sled. Nothing fancy, but I’m really happy with it. I glued on a paper measuring tape from the local hardware store. I later added the movable stop block. I also replace the struts with a strip of clear plastic, since it was strong enough as it is and the plastic makes me feel a bit more secure. The plastic is also removable, so I can try to make box-joints someday.
3. Chisel rack to replace the box the were in before. I tend to use them a lot more now.
4, 5 & 6. My zero clearance scrollsaw insert plate. Comes in really handy when sawing prywood. A lot less tearout. I made it of some one-side laminated hardboard. Just saw the round shape; place it upside down, then use a chisel to make it the exact height it needs to be (picture 6). Not extremely durable, but I can make a new one in under 5 minutes.
And of course; safety 4th :-)