I've been trying to figure out how to setup a table saw for cutting the sides of a small box that has the grain matched on 3 sides. If I didn't care about the grain then I'd use stop blocks on the rip fence or for more accuracy a crosscut sled and just cut the front/back then the two sides. But when matching the grain I would need to cut a long side (8"), then a short side (3") etc. Anyone have a good trick for setting this up without using two crosscut sleds? I suppose I could use two stop blocks attached to the rip fence (on the right of the blade) and run the miter gauge on the left of the blade, but it may not be accurate enough. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.