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Using a Crosscut Sled

A crosscut sled not only increases the safety of working with a tablesaw, it also increases the versatility of the tool itself

Length: 8:50
Produced By: Gary Junken

John White, the wood-shop manager at The Taunton Press, made the sled for the Building Skills Department, where it appeared in the June/July 2006 issue of Fine Homebuilding. In this video he shows a few ways of using the sled to make woodworking easier and safer. When you become more familiar with the sled, you’ll come up with a dozen or more ways, and wonder how you ever worked without it.

 

Video by: Gary Junken

From Fine Homebuilding180, pp. 108-112