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Cut precise miters and crosscuts while enjoying a spacious smooth-sliding table and large-easy-to-read scale.

Rockler Tablesaw CrossCut Sled

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Rockler Tablesaw CrossCut Sled

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. Optional Crosscut Sled Drop-Off Platform also available (sold separately)

  • 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
  • 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
  • Right edge of miter bar is 6" from right edge of un-cut platform
  • Not compatible with DeWalt 7491RS saws.
  • 3/4'' of the platform should be supported by your table saw.
(1) Rockler Tablesaw CrossCut Sled
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number TACCS-24
Weight 20.3000
Tech Spec
  • Requires Standard Miter Track 3/4" W x 3/8" D
  • Aluminum Fence Measures: 3"H x 25"L
  • MDF Fence Face Measures: 2-7/8"H x 27"L
  • MDF Table Measures: 1/2" x 23-3/4" x 23-3/4"
Technical Documents
Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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As soon as l get it; I will let you know!
July 3, 2019
1 month ago
Very pleased with this item
June 6, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Wanted to make my own but saw this. It glides smoothly, is accurate, and adjustable for miters. Went from a Ryobi contractor saw with a janky homemade sled to a Fusion 2 with this sled. It’s like going to silk underwear when you’re used to burlap. Would buy again.
May 11, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
tablesaw crosscut jig
What a great jig to have in my shop. It is extremely accurate and easy to use. I can cut several pieces exactly the same.
April 18, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Cross cut sled
Just started using it .. i love it. Great addition to the tool box.
Made it easy to clean up the edges nice and straight!
Made it easy to clean up the edges nice and straight!
April 18, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Must have saw accessory
I hated cutting miters on the table saw until I bought this! The stock miter gauge was difficult to set and easily got out of adjustment.
April 16, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
April 14, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Built well and accurate
Works very well with a little fine tuning, built two 30" picture frames and an octigon box with it so far.... pleased. Al
April 10, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
amazing how well it performs. Makes the cuts so much nicer.
April 10, 2019
3 months ago
Love iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit !!!!!!
April 10, 2019
3 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
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I watched YouTube reviews of this sled and am encouraged by it's potential. In need of a crosscut sled so I thought I'd give Rockler a try.
Chris S on Jul 7, 2019
I got so tired of making inaccurate cross cuts. This product looks like the cure
juli r on Jun 25, 2019
I watched YouTube reviews of this sled and am encouraged by it's potential. In need of a crosscut sled so I thought I'd give Rockler a try.
Chris S on Jul 7, 2019
I saw this in action on YouTube and thought it would be a nice addition to the jigs I already have on hand for my table saw. In fact I may find this one will replace a couple I need to rebuild.
Daryl M on Jun 28, 2019
I got so tired of making inaccurate cross cuts. This product looks like the cure
juli r on Jun 25, 2019
Price and Quality
William D on Jun 20, 2019
Jay Bates
Barry D on Jun 16, 2019
I am a somewhat newbie and I want accurate cuts. All the Rockler products that I have purchased in the past have been absolutely amazingly spot on!
Antwan M on May 11, 2019
Saw a demo on YouTube?
Agustin R on Apr 23, 2019
Precision hopefully!
Nelson S on Apr 18, 2019
been looking for a good price
ALBERT C on Apr 16, 2019
Was on sale, My home made sleds were not working as well.
Michael T on Mar 28, 2019
Michael J on Mar 26, 2019
setting up new shop
Kerry P on Mar 26, 2019
Price, good reviews.
Thomas E on Mar 25, 2019
jimmie d on Mar 25, 2019
Quality item. Just what I needed for my shop!!
R V on Mar 25, 2019
good deal and a much safer way to cut parts.
Don C on Mar 24, 2019
Make life easier
DAVID O on Mar 24, 2019
Price & Accuracy
David B on Mar 20, 2019
I intend to use it. Otherwise i would not ha e ordered it.
RICHARD M on Mar 20, 2019
on sale
Blair W on Mar 20, 2019
I definitely love the aluminum fence that allows me to cut precise angles. Makes this crosscut sled more versatile than a traditional home made fence at a reasonable price.
Abe F on Mar 19, 2019
To rip boards at angles other than 90 to fence.
Brian G on Mar 18, 2019
I do not have a minor saw and I hope this will help me.
Denny B on Mar 17, 2019
Has everything I need
Jose R on Mar 17, 2019
fence and degree not available in the quality i wanted rather would build my own could make better but for what i need this will do nicely
Kenneth K on Mar 17, 2019
The crosscut sled I built was not as precise as I had hoped
Larry N on Mar 14, 2019
great reviews
Bruce W on Mar 14, 2019
To make it easier and more accurate
brett w on Mar 14, 2019
I bought this cross cut sled on sale because it is such a great deal. I trust the quality, so I don't think I could have built a more accurate sled witout the hassle for the money.
Don Cavalli C on Mar 14, 2019
Needed one to make safer cuts on small work pieces.
Donald E on Mar 13, 2019
First time using a sled, wanted a professionally built sled.
Scott B on Mar 13, 2019
Better then making one.
John N on Mar 13, 2019
Didn't feel like building one, so I bought it on sale.
Pugsbrew on Mar 11, 2019
to get more accurate cuts
michael jordan J on Mar 8, 2019
I needed to step up my table saw game! This sled will go a long way towards making that happen.
Barry M on Mar 7, 2019
Difficulty to make a similar sled. The ability to use it for crosscuts and angled cuts looks impressive.
Jerry M on Mar 5, 2019
To be able to make cuts as accurate as possible.
Dave E on Mar 5, 2019
needed this jig, and saw how easy the Rockler jig was.
krizel d on Mar 5, 2019
I need a crosscut sled and I’m to lazy to make my own.. I’ve heard good things about this one.
Jake S on Mar 5, 2019
Great reviews
Rene F on Mar 3, 2019
Accuracy of cuts
Jeffry K on Mar 3, 2019
Chose this one over Dubby as I liked the fact that it was a rearward push and hands were behind miter fence instead of on top. And aluminum fence and durability a definite plus.
Teresa W on Mar 2, 2019
Thought I would try this for making segments for segmented wood turning
Johnny H on Mar 2, 2019
I can't build it for that price and I trust Rockler!
Paul P on Mar 1, 2019
I Like Rockler products and the angle feature of this sled with an accurate numbered guage is a nice feature.
Stuart on Mar 1, 2019
I make a lot of picture frames. Hoping this will help speed up the process and improve accuracy.
Butch W on Mar 1, 2019
accuracy and safety
David B on Mar 1, 2019
Rocker crosscut sled recommended from several sources. and I have had great experiences buying Rockler products
Sheldon M on Feb 10, 2019
time to production
Bobby Y on Jan 31, 2019
greater accuracy
David S on Jan 31, 2019
I saw this in action on YouTube and thought it would be a nice addition to the jigs I already have on hand for my table saw. In fact I may find this one will replace a couple I need to rebuild.
Daryl M on Jun 28, 2019
Price and Quality
William D on Jun 20, 2019
I purchased the sled, but found that the miter bar has too much slop. Adjusting the ball bearings on the bar helps only so much. In fact, the bearings move very little. The bar never tights in the slot. Not sure if I'm adjusting them right.
DW1234 on Feb 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The springs that hold the bearings in place, are too short.
There is a YouTube video by David Stanton addressing this issue and a great fix for it.
Hope that helps.
Will this item fits sawstop jobsite?
A shopper on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: no, job site saws are set up different on the miter slot's
why is this not compatible with the dewalt 7491rs?
Timothy T on Jan 3, 2018
My porter cable small 10 inch saw only has 6 inches to the left of the slot, but has an extendable table on the right side of the blade. if the sled was "opposite hand" it would be better. I am considering building out the table on the left side to accommodate the slide, but not an easy task. Has anyone done this?
James H on Feb 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I did exactly that and bolted my new extension to the left. worked just fine, made sure it was level by using straight edge..great product...I have had no problems with not working, I set up just as they said checked for square and when set to 22.5 degrees made my circle perfect...Hope this has helped you.
Has anyone attempted to build an L-shaped extension to the fence to support longer stock? If so, how did it perform?
Ted K on Aug 2, 2015
Will this fit on a Hitachi c10rj?
Martin H on Jan 8, 2019
will this sled work with a sawstop contractor saw?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
I have a dewalt 7490
The miterslot is 6" from the blade.
Will the sled work for this saw?
Istvan on Aug 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: WHEN you put the sled into the slot, assuming it fits the slot, you run the sled through the blade and it cuts the sled to the exact dimension for your saw. This gives you a zero tolerance cut which is ideal. You might also consider buying the matching cut off sled (not the actual name) that catches the cut off section so that it doesn't splinter when the cut is complete, giving a much cleaner cut.
Has anyone tried using this with your table saw blade at a 45 deg angle? For cutting beveled miter cuts on crown moulding?
Peter L on Nov 4, 2016
It shows the flip stop and a hold down clamp, are they included?
Bert T on Nov 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they are included...this product works very nicely.
Does it work with a mskita table saw?
Mightty on Sep 29, 2018
I found this link when I did a search for "Kobalt Table Saw Accessories". How well would this work with a Kobalt?
Vince29 on Feb 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: First, I’m assuming you are talking about the Kobalt 10” table saw. I believe that is one of those portable, job site saws. This crosscut sled works very well and is extremely accurate. However, it is quite large and best used with the optional drop off table to prevent splintering at the last second. The table of your saw seems to be rather small and might not provide the necessary support. Check all dimensions before deciding.
I have a DeWalt 744 contractor's saw with a 27" x 19.5" table top and not a full size saw. Will it work with with the saw?
Pygmy194 on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The concept for this sled is great. However, be sure that the track for the slide will fit your saw. The slide comes with rails of 23/32 inches wide. The rails were too large for my saw so I had to make my own rails. There apparently is no standard for track-rail sizes so use caution.
Will it work in Ridgid table saw #R4512?
Jose R on Jun 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have that exact set up. Works perfect. You will be happy.
Does this work with the Hatachi C10RJJ 10" table saw?
PowayGreg on Apr 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have not tried it on a Hitachi, but as long as you have a standardized guide slot for the runner it should work just fine.
Will this work on a Hitachi C10RJ ?
Pete B on Jun 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It will work on the Hitachi C10RJ table saw as both use 3/4" guides. I would recommend you also get the crosscut sled drop-off platform that goes on the other side of the sled. I would also recommend you up-grade the Hitachi C10RJ, which is a field construction grade saw for something intended to fine wood working.
Does it work on a Dewalt 745 table saw?
Rogelio G on Aug 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The cross cut sled should work on any table saw with slots or ways cut to match the sled.
the right portion of the sled is stationary, and is used to level the table for the wood going thru the saw.
The left side of the sled should move freely after the fence is clamped to the desired angle, and the stop and wood hold down clamp adjusted. I have made hundreds of small wood blocks very accurately for my hobby of making segmented bowls on my wood lathe.
will this fit and work on a craftsman 10 inch table saw ?
m l on Jun 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not as it comes because it has a 3/4 inch piece which runs in the guide slots and the Craftsmen guides are smaller. I made up my own piece to replace the 3/4 piece for my Craftsmen saw
How compatible is this sled for bevel cuts?
My saw has a left lean
Carlton H on Apr 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My crosscut sled was very accurate. I used several truing devices to measure the angles and all seemed to be right on the money. I needed the sled to be very accurate for some jewelry boxes I was making that had many small pieces and multiple angles on each piece. Works great on small pieces of wood and keeps your fingers away from the saw blade.

Your left leaning blade needs to be fixed first if you want accurate cuts. Turn the saw table upside down and adjust the saw trunnions to true up the blade.
What is the cross cut capacity?
John P on Nov 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm unsure what you are looking for as an answer to this. The sled is 23 3/4" wide so anything longer than that will be hanging off the edge. The capacity then becomes a question of how dense the wood you are cutting is because more dense wood will cause more leverage in a shorter distance as it hangs over the edge. That combined with whether you clamp it down using the built in fence or just use your fingers to hold it in place. You will essentially be able to cut a longer piece of light wood that is clamped at the fence as compared to dense wood that you are holding in place with your fingers.
I bought this sled and used it on a Ryobi, which I later sold. I have replaced it with a Rigid. The sled no longer is wide enough to reach the blade on the Rigid. How can I adapt the sled to my new saw?
Warren K on Jun 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the miter bar sits in a routed groove; relocating the bar is not a good approach.

my solution would be to rip off a hard wood - maple suggested - strip at least 2x the width needed. glue that strip onto the router sled and then recut.

be aware - different saw blades have different kerf widths so presuming you've overcome the large distance issues, switching blades you will still encounter small differences sled-to-actual-kerf.
Will this work on an older Shopsmith Mk5 500?
Jeffrey on Jun 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: If your slots are the standard 3/4" wide and at least 3/8" deep (they should be), it should work fine. I don't remember for sure, but I think this sled has adjustments on the runner to ensure a snug fit.
im sure this is a good miter sled,,but can anyone tell me why they chose this over the incra which is just 30.00 more dollars than this sled?
jeffrey on Apr 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: To be honest: 1. I didn't consider the Incra sled and 2. the budget was already tight. I don't that much work in the shop :-( (yet :-)) to spend the extra.
how long a board can i crosscut with the stop ?
Don H on Apr 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have crosscut 6 foot boards. No longer than that because of the limited space in that part of my shop so if you want to try longer I am not sure. Six foot was easy to handle.
Will this fit the Dewalt 7480 contractor saw?
Dan T on Mar 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Doubt it. Great jig, but didn’t work on my porter cable contractor saw. It worked great on my bigger craftsman table saw.
Is there a chart listing the table saws that this is compatible with?
Chris on Mar 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Not that I know of. I’m guessing it’s universal
i have a 10" skil table saw will this sled work with it ?
chris n on Nov 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I dont see any reason why not. I have an old 10" Craftsman saw and it works great.
What is the maximum width that can be cut with this crosscut sled?
John H on Sep 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The size of the table saw and the length of the wood to be cut will determine the width. I have a Delta Contractor saw. I would feel comfortable cutting a 16" wide board that is no longer than 4'.
The problem is controlling the work piece. You have to hold it down on the saw top and firm to the fence If you have outrigger support, you could do longer. The 16" width would put the piece close to the lead edge of the sled. If you use the built in clamp, then 10" would be the width on a crosscut. The width would decrease if you do any mitering. I used the sled when I made a ukulele. I got the precise cuts I needed for fit. So most of my cuts were with smaller wood. I did set it up and measured things out and felt that I could cut the sizes that I stated above.
Will it work with the riving knife and blade guard still attached. I don’t want to have to remove it everytime. I built my own sled and I have to take everything off to use it - Nick Ferry’s sled?
NICK P on Sep 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have a Bosch 4000 - My riving knife and guard are one unit. I cannot use them with this sled. As I see the 4100 (the knife and guard can be separated) you can keep the riving knife in place. At least it looks like you can to me.
I have an older Maketa 7 1/2 blade table saw. the slot for the miter track is smaller than what comes with the sled. My question is can I modify the existing runner or easily replace it? thanks
Dan M on Aug 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I doubt it. I would not want to try to make that modification.
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