|Project by MT_Stringer||posted 03-14-2013 03:32 AM||4369 views||23 times favorited||15 comments|
I just finished building a table saw sled for my new table saw. It is the second one I have built and it was a lot easier than the first one.
I made the runners out of some scrap oak I had laying around. The sled base is cut from a piece of 1/2 inch Baltic Birch. The front and back fence were re-purposed from the old sled.
This sled has a new feature that I am really liking. It seems lately my projects need the boards cut to length up to about 34 inches so I made a stop block that will extend to allow for cuts up to 36 inches. I drilled holes every 4 inches so I can position the stop block as needed…even on the right side of the blade if needed.
I also made a simple stop block but I am already loving the longer stop block.
-- Handcrafted by Mike Henderson - Channelview, Texas