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  • TS Sled - Part I

    Good day

    I have only one sled that is dedicated to frame cutting at 45° and because it cuts so perfect, I don't want to remove the triangle and use it also for normal crosscutting.

    Actually, I have two "half sleds" and sliding table so I don't need a sled for crosscutting.

    I made this sled with small pieces ripping and crosscutting in mind.

    Because the subject is very long...I mean, many pics (above 250), I divided it to 6 parts plus, "Final version" part.

    So, lets start....building the sled...

    If it looks that I did not make any "fine adjustment" or check the squareness of the fence (with the 4 cut test or alike), it's because...I don't do any fine adjustment nor check the squareness of the fence....

    The method that I use, ensures that the fence is square to the miter slot and the blade.....
    If the blade is not parallel to the miter slot, you'll get "dragging" or "pulling" to one side or the other and...burn marks...

    Regards
    niki













































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        Thanks for the ScreenShots!!

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