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Homemade Crosscut Sled


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helluvawreck on lumberjocks.com
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Homemade crosscut sled constructed from plywood and 2x4s.
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Aug 29, 2013 1:53 PM
daveward
I compliment the construction method and envy the ability to cut really big pieces using this sled, but to man-handle this large sled for every cut, both large and small, seems like extra effort.  Would anyone agree that the sled should be sized to make maybe 70% of the number of cuts, rather than 99%? Just one man's question/opinion.
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daveward says:
Aug 29, 2013 1:53 PM
I compliment the construction method and envy the ability to cut really big pieces using this sled, but to man-handle this large sled for every cut, both large and small, seems like extra effort.  Would anyone agree that the sled should be sized to make maybe 70% of the number of cuts, rather than 99%? Just one man's question/opinion.

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