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#1 posted 11-28-2007 03:00 AM

Kent,

one other tip (which I forgot to do on my current sled, but will do next time it needs adjusting)—cut a small rabbet at the bottom of the back supporting piece. that way, sawdust and small bits are less likely to throw you slightly out of square, since they will more often push into the rabbet.

-b


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