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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendon View Post
    Hi Frank
    It's well worth putting a little time into making a sled; you won't regret it. It opens up many possibilities with the table saw.
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    I can imagine kind of like when I once made a panel saw rig for a guy to use his circular saw on I made a radius arm attachment for it that allowed him to cut arches as well as straight line cuts. He quickly figured out that he could set his blade at an angle and cut beveled edges or mount his router with a stylus in the center of the top and a pattern arm with a template for making repeatable intricate designs in cabinet doors
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    dial indicator, fence setup

    Hi

    First, I am sorry for my poor English, it is not my language.
    This morning, I just finish my crosscut sled, I use the dial indicator and a bolt M6 to adjust the front fence. It is fast and perfect. I use a précision square 30x40cm 5 mm thickness. I used a piece of wood 4x5x40 cm which I cut a groove 5x25 mm deep to keep the square fixed against the fence, the time I need to make the fence adjusted.
    Thank you, Jonathan Rubinstein, for your email, to take me a look of Brendon's crosscut sled. I am very happy.

    Yosi
    Last edited by rchlyosi; 09-22-2017 at 08:52 AM.

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    Hi Yosi,
    I am glad to hear about the successful adjustment of the fence on your cross-cut sled.
    I am pleased that my post was helpful.
    Happy woodworking.
    Brendon
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    Brendon, Thanks for this great idea. I made already a couple of sleds, but yours is the best.

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    Thanks for that. You are very kind.
    Brendan


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