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Rockler Table Saw Small Parts Sled

Zero-clearance support reduces chance of small parts binding in the throat plate—ramp guides the off-cut away from the blade after cutting.
Item #
55916

This miniature crosscut sled lets you use your table saw to cut small parts to length. Great for cutting dowels, tenon stock and small moldings at a precise 90° angle, with little to no tear-out. The sled features zero-clearance support, which reduces the chance of small pieces getting stuck between the blade and throat plate, or falling through entirely. A small plastic ramp on one side of the kerf carries the drop-off piece away from the blade. The sled includes a miter track stop that limits the forward travel of the sled.


Features:

  • Sled base and fence provide zero-clearance support—just run it through your saw to locate the kerf
  • Sled rides in miter track of your table saw—included miter slot stop limits forward travel of sled
  • Rear-mounted blade guard is adjustable to fit most table saws
  • Aluminum T-track on top edge of fence lets you add a flip stop (not included) for repeatable cuts
  • Short T-track parallel to blade accepts an optional T-track hold-down clamp (sold separately)

(1) Rockler Table Saw Small Parts Sled
(1) Blade Guard
(1) Miter Track Stop

More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 4.850000
Tech Spec
  • Sled Dimensions (without guards and miter track): 12''W x 7-1/4''L x 3-1/8''H
  • Overall Dimensions (with guards and miter track): 12''W x 15-1/2''L x 3-1/2''H
  • Fence Height: 1-1/8''
  • Maximum Stock Thickness: 1''
  • Maximum Stock Width: 5-1/2''
  • Required Miter Slot Dimensions: 3/8'' x 3/4''
  • Table Saw Compatibility: Distance between blade and miter slot must be 2-1/2'' or greater
  • Primary Material: Melamine-coated MDF and aluminum

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