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  2. Nice article featuring Serge Duclos, a very clever guy and shop tips contributor. https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca/discover/woodworking/2021/january/shop-made-versatile-router-table-sled?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=RouterSledArticle&fbclid=IwAR2MPb0GDd-zSyNSI3nbvEoTmnrse70Uy4nyr40CUF8cPETYEcGR1hBFunw
  3. For years I've read that a crosscut sled is a necessity in the shop, yet I never felt inclined to make one. (let me mention I have a panel sled to square up panels.)But while putzing with tissue box covers I wasn't happy handling such small pieces on the saw. Then I came across a smaller sled in a magazine (Woodcraft, maybe) that I though would be useful for smaller pieces. This is my version. Let me mention again, I'm very much function over form, so I don't dress such things up to look nice. I just want them to perform as they should. Anyway, what's different about this sled from others I've
  4. Artie here are the pictures of the SS’s. The first it the sliding table. Second is the lathe and belt sander, third the band saw and sanding disc, fourth is horizontal boring and lathe chisel sharpening jig. Fifth is the drill press
  5. I'm making a crosscut sled for my table saw. I'm using 3/4" BB plywood. I've seen lots of plans and a few have used zero clearance inserts for the sled and/or the fence. Do you find this to be a worthwhile feature? I would route recesses in the sled and fence and use 1/4" hardboard for the inserts.
  6. Good morning guys, I'm working on making some larger panel cuts and am wondering what size you make your TS sleds? I have a very nice small one but the width just doesn't allow me to cut things like cabinet sides. Would love to see some pics to gleem some ideas from. As a side note I need to cut some plywood with some oval cut outs, I don't have the luxury of a cnc what would be the best way to reduce tearout in these cuts?
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