Plans for the Extreme Crosscut Miter Dado Table Saw Sled
Plans for the Extreme Crosscut Miter Dado Table Saw Sled with Removable Zero Clearance Insert Plates
Highly detailed 3D Plans with exact measurements. Includes a complete materials list, with sources to buy the parts at the best cost. I will also provide a cut list. This is everything you need to duplicate this powerful multi-function tool that can give you a lifetime of use in your Woodworking Shop.
Plans are in PDF format. And the below video will give you precise step by step instruction to accompany your plan.
Why I Designed It:
I needed a crosscut sled to replace the ones that I keep ruining because I turn them into dado sleds every time a have to cut a quick dado. Doing this makes the saw blade opening in the bottom of the sled too wide to be zero clearance for the sawblade. And just as bad is when I have to switch sawblades out for one with a thin kerf.
I needed a way to make my cross cut sled have change-able zero clearance inserts for each different thing that I use. I figured if my table saw can have an insert plate, so can my cross-cut sled!
In addition, I wanted to have a miter sled. I don't like pulling out my Incra Miter 5000 each time I want to make a 45 degree cut, like for a picture frame. So I designed a system that allows for absolutely perfect miters. I used the rules of geometry to cut and make a PERFECT 45-45-90 triangle. Anyone can do it, and I show you how. After I made that, I cut a perfect picture frame in less than 2 minutes.
And I not only cut dados with my dado blade, this Table saw sled combined with my dado blade makes a perfect tenoning jig, with flawless shoulders. I will show you exactly how to accomplish that with this sled. I hope you enjoy.