|Forum topic by ajw1978||posted 04-28-2015 06:57 PM||969 views||0 times favorited||10 replies|
04-28-2015 06:57 PM
Long time, no chat, jocks. Now that the scary yellow orb has returned above the God-forsaken wasteland that is the Upper Midwest, I’ve been able to drag my tools out of storage (more specifically, the CEO’s walk-in closet) and get cracking.
My first two missions for the year are to build some sleds for my table saw. Have watched a ton of videos and attended a great seminar at the Woodworking Show, so was all set and ready to go until I pulled my saw out, set it up and realized: every single sled I’ve seen is for “full-sized” table saws, not the puny, piddly portable number I own (thanks to a very, very good HD deal).
I’m working with the Ridgid R45161 (the black friday special, if anyone else saw it). So I feel like a sled might not work because of how close the blade is to the front or back?
If anyone has any suggestions / links / projects they’d be willing to share, the Schlitz is on me.
-- May the good Lord help me if I ever actually have a shop, garage or basement.