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Rockler 45 Degree Miter Sled

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Rockler 45 Degree Miter Sled 45 Degree Miter Sled
Rockler 45 Degree Miter Sled

Perfect miters - no adjustments! Simply cut one piece on the leading face, one on the trailing face, and voila! Since both pieces reference off a perfect 90 degree angle, the miters will fit perfectly.

  • Pre-installed adjustable nylon pins provide a no-slop fit to the miter track
  • Through-slots in the base allow you to securely clamp moldings at table level
  • Can be easily drilled to add extended fences and stops
  • High-impact polycarbonate ensures durability and low-friction sliding
(1) Rockler 45 Degree Miter Sled
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.7000
Tech Spec
  • Fits Standard 3/8" x 3/4" Miter Slot
  • Measures: 5-1/2" W X 10-3/8" L
  • Clamping Faces Measure: 7-1/2" L
Technical Documents
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3.8 / 5.0
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Accurate Once You Set It
As advertised, this gives you perfect 45 Deg. miters every time - that is, after you get the tracking adjusted for your saw mitre gauge channel. No instructions, so until I realized what the little Allen wrench was for, it was rather sloppy. Then is was a matter of getting it solid enough for perfect cuts without being too tight to move easily and safely. Takes a little practice to learn which surface on which side is best to hold the workpiece solidly and still be safely away from the blade. Another (and obviously more expensive) version of this with a hold-down clamp would really be wonderful, especially with short or long pieces that are hard to hold solidly.
July 11, 2019
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
A useful and eady to use product for accuracu.
July 6, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
45 Degree Sled
Works great. Makes perfect 45 degree angles.
July 5, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
45 degree angle
Great for cutting 45 degree angles without a lot of setup.
July 4, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
45 degree Miter Sled
Great for picture frames , plus other 45 's
June 27, 2019
1 month ago
Works great. Only complaint is the adjusting screws are a loose kinda loose.
May 21, 2019
2 months ago
Great for picture frames
May 20, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good product for making picture frames I’m very satisfied with this purchase.
May 18, 2019
2 months ago
Works great with a simple design !
May 17, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Well built
Good strong plastic, should last a long time.
May 16, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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For better miters
Robert V on Jul 2, 2019
faster mitering picture frames
Glenn C on Jun 15, 2019
For better miters
Robert V on Jul 2, 2019
needed perfect 45 degree angles.
David V on Jun 25, 2019
faster mitering picture frames
Glenn C on Jun 15, 2019
I do a lot of custom fitting at 45 degrees. this seems like a faster way to cut my 45 degree angles rather than constantly changing my chop saw.
Trula M on Jun 13, 2019
Doing some trim work and thought this would help consistency on the cuts.
Kevin V on May 30, 2019
Love the concept
Carl F on May 30, 2019
One of thou special tools.
Billy K on May 29, 2019
Need for molding
Paul B on May 29, 2019
I wanted an option with the table saw and not always limited to just the miter saw.
Ronnie R on May 29, 2019
thought i would give it a try.
Robert C on May 29, 2019
George H on May 29, 2019
It looks like a handy tool
Dave E on May 26, 2019
Precision & simplicity
Mark S on May 24, 2019
You want to make perfect miters each and every time. Rockler has made it real easy for you! A Miter sled for making That's it's on job.
Arthur A on May 21, 2019
small trim fires off in different directions , this will minimize that
eugene hammock B on May 1, 2019
simple method
Victor G on May 1, 2019
Try something new
Pat A on Apr 25, 2019
Because it is genius
James B on Apr 25, 2019
Wanted to verify accuracy of this against my homemade sled.
pb33 on Apr 25, 2019
It is fast and the easiest way to cut a 45 yes
Stanley S on Apr 25, 2019
Recommended by Stumpy Nubs
Stan W on Apr 25, 2019
would seem to be quicker to use than my 45 degree sled that I made... and it was on sale.
Jim M on Apr 25, 2019
I wanted the flexibility to cut large trim pieces on my tale saw and my sled inhibits that.
JOSH J on Apr 25, 2019
Easy to use
Don L on Apr 24, 2019
It should work for wider molding
Dennis K on Apr 24, 2019
I do 45 degree cuts all the time, and most miters are not at all accurate nor consistent in their settings. This should help considerably.
Robert A on Apr 24, 2019
Easy way to get true 45 degree miter cuts for perfect 90 degree corners.
Gary G on Apr 24, 2019
I don’t trust my miter gauge
Dave on Apr 24, 2019
Seems to be a great way to cut a 45 degree angle on a table saw. I have been using with some difficulty a miter saw.
William P on Apr 24, 2019
Why not?
Jeff S on Apr 22, 2019
to install moulding
STEVE K on Apr 22, 2019
It gives me more accuracy than my homemade jig.
Dale J on Apr 22, 2019
I was looking for a tool like this for awhile.
Aramis G on Apr 21, 2019
Looks like a good product for picture frames
Neal L on Apr 19, 2019
I do not currently have one.
James J on Apr 19, 2019
In making frames for my wife's paintings, I built a somewhat complex jig that can limit the depth of cut available, particularly on large frames. This jig puts the work at table level and is the soul of simplicity.
John C on Apr 18, 2019
On sale and video looked like it worked well. Fingers crossed!
Ken K on Apr 18, 2019
something I could really use and it was on sale
Walter C on Apr 18, 2019
Nice for frames and I don't have to realign miter saw
Donald C on Apr 18, 2019
Have no finite depth perception, so have trouble adjusting miter.
Lloyd T on Apr 18, 2019
Sale price with improve accuracy of cuts
John R on Apr 17, 2019
Will use it to build picture frames
Todd H on Apr 16, 2019
I chose your sled because the one i made is off by a degree.
Art T on Apr 15, 2019
I am curious to see if this is easier and more accurate then the miter saw!
Mike F on Apr 15, 2019
a must have for my table saw.
David M on Apr 14, 2019
To manufacture frames more efficiently.
Dennis B on Apr 13, 2019
Looks like an easy way to get perfect 45 degree cuts for picture frames, etc.
James G on Apr 13, 2019
Quick and easy way to make the perfect 90.
Don V on Apr 13, 2019
price and quality
RANDY G on Apr 11, 2019
Need to build picture frames.
Steve D on Apr 11, 2019
needed perfect 45 degree angles.
David V on Jun 25, 2019
I do a lot of custom fitting at 45 degrees. this seems like a faster way to cut my 45 degree angles rather than constantly changing my chop saw.
Trula M on Jun 13, 2019
Can I use it with a router table miter track?
Gurgen S on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Works well on both my router tables.
What's the best cure for the slop in the miter slot?
Jen S on May 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: See the post where it's easy to replace the sloppy fit nylon set screws with M5 - 12mm set screws. No more slop
Will this work with a portable 10" Kobalt table saw ?
Guest on Nov 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It should. It works with my Ridgid R4517 contractor table saw. The only issue is the short table limits the width of stock you can cut accurately (about 2", maybe 2.5" wide would be the limit). With a cabinet grade table saw that won't be a problem.
will this fit in my jet table saw track ??
Richard K on Apr 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This sled is manufactured to fit in a standard 3/8" x 3/4" Miter Slot.
will this fit my skil model 3310 table saw?
richard b on Jul 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Probably not since the miter slot on the Skil table saw is not the normal 3/4"" x 3/8". I bought some Skil miter slot bars for my Skil table saw and I used them to make the jigs I needed.
Just wondering if anyone has attached Rockler's Multi Tracks to this jig and if you had any problems with that setup? The jig fits perfectly in my Jet miter gauge slots, but I could use longer fences and provisions for stops.
Steven C on Aug 16, 2018
Does this jig fit a Delta 10" portable table saw?
K O on Mar 18, 2018