Foolproof Crosscut Sleds
Foolproof crosscut sleds is article about Uncategorized bookmarked by joseph with ID 1658534180 was uploaded on 05-03-2019 and has been viewed 380,912 times.
Synopsis: The secret to precise, repeatable crosscuts on the tablesaw, the crosscut sled has always been a bit tricky to make.For starters, you need the runners to fit the miter slots securely, and then you need to attach the rear fence perfectly square to the blade.
Neither technique is a piece of cake, but Alan Turner's sled design makes both of them accessible.He assembles the base in two pieces, and then joins them for a perfect fit in the miter slots without any slop or wiggle room.
He also found a way to easily fine-tune the angle of the rear fence during glue-up so that it is perfectly square to the blade and stays that way...