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live4ever

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984 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: sled tablesaw workshop storage question tip

Crosscut sleds, small part miter sleds, this sled, that sled…

How do you store your growing collection of tablesaw sleds??

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KayBee

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#1 posted 984 days ago

I just kind of move them to someplace else when I start tripping over them. : ) Curious to see some good ideas from other peoples.

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#2 posted 984 days ago

No real magic, here. Two Xcut sleds and a panel sled … all lean against the wall.

Ain’t I a genius ?? ;-)

When I move, and have walls that are NOT concrete (OSB), I’ll hang them by hooks. Meanwhile … I trip over ‘em, periodically. Reminds me to use them ;-)

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#3 posted 984 days ago

same as KayBee

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#4 posted 984 days ago

Under the saw:

Cross cut sled to the left and panel cutting sled on the right (bottom of the sled)

45 degree sled and raised panel/corner spline combination sled from ceiling:

Lew

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