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Forum topic by Rayman24 posted 752 days ago 952 views 2 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Any mitre sleds our there to share…looking to equip my Ridgid TS with one…appreciate the future posts, and advice!

-- Rayman24

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#1 posted 752 days ago

Check this out. Built this last year…

There are a bunch on this site as well. Do a search for miter sled, some unique designs

-- Nicky

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#2 posted 751 days ago

I like this one. Pick whatever size and shape makes sense for you, actually build a few. But that video is the best I have seen on how to build a sled. The only thing I would add is a warning guard on the back of the sled, but you can search around for other ideas for that, there are a few of em.

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#3 posted 751 days ago did a video of one.

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#4 posted 749 days ago

Thank you for the posts

-- Rayman24

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#5 posted 748 days ago

Micro Jig’s July newsletter highlighted a video on mitering small moldings using a sled I designed for them. The free plans will be released in the August newsletter which should be out any day. If you subscribe, the plans are free.

Micro Jig



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#6 posted 748 days ago

Ralph, I don’t see it just the site.

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#7 posted 748 days ago

I like the Incra miter runners. Get you a couple of them and you can make a really nice sled. It’s just about easy to make a combination crosscut and miter sled BTW.

helluvawreck aka Charles

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