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Posted on Dedicated Crosscut Saw using really cheap table saw

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Logan Windram

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#1 posted 05-12-2014 04:16 PM

If you don’t trust the blade to stay adjusted, you will be only frustrated with a crosscut sled and its resulting poor cuts. For Free, why not fiddle with it, put on a decent blade, make a sled and see how accurate and repeatable the results are? a $15.00 piece of MDF and few hardwood ends gets you a sled- heck try it, if it doesn’t work ir better yet is not safe, little lost. IF you can rip what you need on your BS, this kind of fills your toher need.

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