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    Table saw sled - part V

    Good day

    On this post, I made a new wider (or longer) "Hold-Down" plate for better holding of long pieces while ripping....on this sled I can rip or cross-cut boards up to 15" long or wide.

    As you'll see, I used screws to connect the support to the sled but later, I used two dowels (5/16" dia) instead of the screws for faster "ON-OFF" of the "hold-down".

    Another aid is the "hold-down block" for cross-cutting

    Regards
    niki












































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    I know this doesnt need to be said but that series is one of the most informative and illustrated series I have ever seen...you really outdid yourself with all the work involved...thank you very much

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    Great ideas, as usual, Niki. Thanks for sharing the details with us

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