The jewelry boxes I made
needed to have something to set off the corners so I thought I'd try my hand at corner splines, but first I needed a accurate and safe way to cut these using my crosscut sled.
Following are some pics of the pieces I needed and making it work.
I started off with 2 triangular pieces of 3/4 ply and a rectangular piece of 3/8"
I glued it up and nailed it together aligning it with my crosscut sled.
Next I made some lines on the sled to align me up for a left and a right cut.
Set the blade to a height to not cut through the inside of the box, and made my cuts on the right side first, flipped the box and made my cuts on the left side.
I cut the spline material simply by setting up the fence to the correct width and run it through.
Jig is simple, cheap, and works.