No more squinting at those tiny scales - this Crosscut Sled's large protractor scale lets you precisely tune your angles for air-tight miters and crosscuts. Easy-to-read 1/2° graduations and a hair-line indicator ensure error-free setups, while a heavy-duty aluminum fence, adjustable MDF fence face, and smooth-sliding components delivers versatile and precise operation.
- 1/2" thick 23-3/4" x 23-3/4" MDF table with melamine coating.
- Easy-to-read 1/2° graduations and a hair-line indicator ensure error-free setups.
- Extra material allows you to cut the sled down to fit your saw perfectly.
- Right edge of sled functions as a zero-clearance chip breaker.
- Includes four 2' pieces of 3/4" wide self-adhesive low-friction tape for smooth sliding of the platform and fence.
- Aluminum fence measures 3"H x 25"L.
- MDF fence face measures 2-7/8"H x 27"L.
- MDF Fence face can be removed for replacement.
- Spring-loaded ball bearings in the miter bar have adjustable tension to eliminate slop.
- Adjustable 90° stop.
- Requires standard miter track 3/4" w x 3/8" deep
- Right edge of miter bar is 6" from right edge of un-cut platform.
Optional Crosscut Sled Drop-Off Platform also available.
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Update 3 years later...Posted October 12, 2014
Once that is done, move the jig's fence to line up with the front of the blade and place a large draftsman's square against the saw blade, not touching the teeth. Slide the jig forward a bit and align the jig's fence with the edge of the sqare. Once you have a perfect 90 degree alignment, lock down the fence and loosen the transparent plastic indicator on the jig and align the indicator line with the zero mark.
This process will assure that any angle you cut will be as near perfect as possible. Put a flat shelf near your table saw with a couple of pieces of MDF on it to give the miter bar space while the MDF supports the jig's table. This will help keep it flat over the years. It will also keep it handy because once you learn how accurate this gadget is, you'll be using it frequently. You can also add a sacrificial board behind the work piece to stop tear out.
Read the instructions thoroughly before you cut it to size on your saw. And consider also buying the drop off sled as well. It really helps make a clean cut.
Great ProductPosted October 12, 2014
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