|Forum topic by Roger||posted 07-31-2016 12:53 PM||644 views||10 times favorited||19 replies|
07-31-2016 12:53 PM
I’m still making and re-making jigs, sleds, and other accessories to ad to my arsenal of table saw extras. I have about 11 bux in this plus some scraps that was laying around, and a little time. I made this sled on the lines of The Drunken Woodworker, David Peshutos video. Thnx David.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLhqK_8dnaIW3NBz0GHDbrxlkrLPJz8-0h&v=r6fUXRMJ0DI
I saved some $$ by using phenolic cutting board material for my miter slots. Very pocket book friendly, and you can build a hand full of sled runners out of one board. I will say, this is a dead-on miter cutting sled right here. I did look at an enormous amount of videos on this type of miter sled. Thnx to all who share their intelligence. Thnx for lookin in. Good/bad/ugly thoughts appreciated.
The finished sled: (just wiped down w/shellac
epoxied 1/4” material to the 8 dollar 2”x48” aluminum measure that I purchased from Home Depot.
Some scrap material for test cuts..the only thing I was concerned about was the inside measurement:
Here is the scrap test…...........right on miters:
Having the aluminum ruler makes measuring a no-brainer:
A sneak peak at what I’m working on:
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