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Buildem out of melamine. They'll be slicker than snot on black ice.
-- ******** Bill Pounds http://www.billpounds.com
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Do they make single sided melamine?
Personally I like to leave the top unfinished (raw plywood). It helps keep the workpiece from shifting.
Wax for the bottom does it for me.
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OT: consider a third for dados (just did that myself).
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On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:44:44 -0500, "Eric Ryder"

You could also create a swappable plate for the center 4" or so of the sled. The same sled can then accept dado slotted plates, a standard kerf plate, or miter plates.
Simply pick an easy to duplicate width, attach it to the bottom of the front and rear fences with 4 recessed screws from the bottom (OUTSIDE the possible blade kerf area) and you're good to go.
Barry
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