I like the proportions of your sled tho I find no dimensions. I am thinking 20x44 for the base but I will still have to use 2x lumber for fences. . .dressed of course.
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"SwampBug" wrote in message
dimensions. . .I would be interested in some dimension you all have built. I
don't want to build one I need help moving to the saw. I have a Delta
contractor style saw with 30" Unifence and extension on a Delta mobile base.
The panel body will be 1/2" Baltic birch, the two runners will be red oak
and the front and rear fences will be from 2x lumber. Any suggestions and/or
caveats would be much appreciated. I have done extensive web searching with
at least 4 different search engines and nothing strikes me as what I would
I have three in the shop right now. The most useful is a smaller one I just
made a couple of weeks ago to cut a ton of drawer parts. It will cut a 13"
panel if need be, but is the perfect size for about 90% of the smaller parts
like aprons, table legs and drawer sides.
I've always had a tendency to use my sliding miter saw for crosscuts, but
since making this particular sled I've been reaching for it instead.
Nothing fancy, but there is a picture, and some rough dimensions, on the
Jigs portion of my site below ...if you have any questions, just ask away.
Last update: 5/14/05