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Table Saw CC Sled Mini

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Table Saw CC Sled MiniI haven't posted much of anything here on LJ's for a while now. So when I recently finished this little shop project I thought I would share it with anyone interested. I have several shop made TS sleds for various operations in the shop and truly love how each one serves a quick simple and safe means of sizing and shaping materials on a regular basis! l have a larger CC sled that I have used for several years now but the idea of a smaller version was appealing mainly because I have been working on several projects that are of smaller scale recently. This sled is a little different then what I've researched on the net but produces quick safe and accurate cuts when called upon. Features include stable materials with an aluminum fence rail with T-trac's as well as an aluminum adjustable runner. There's a metal strip with scale that utilizes Mag Blocks for stop block capabilities and other fixtures as well. The safety Lexon shield can be adjusted for different ops. I adopted a feature from-watching David Marks over the years using a pencils eraser to hold down small pieces on his CC sled but I upgraded the pencil with a more stable rod! I had this spare Delta handle laying around so put it to use and it can slide to any position along the rail. There's a safety block (Oak) that keeps the blade tucked away from any stray finger placement. The sled is easily removed and put back between ripping and cross-cutting and has served me well so far. That's pretty much it, if you were considering a smaller sized sled in your future I can recommend its usefulness and practicality! You can never have enough TS fixtures in my opinion but maybe that's just me;) Thanks for taking a look and as always be safe…......Rob



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Litchenburg art

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Litchenburg art I recently completed this project as a surprise for my sister and her expecting a new baby boy soon. Was happy with turn even though the glow in the dark epoxy was not contained in channels, learn something new with each project. I really like the designs this dangerous machine makes
I will be doing more projects with this. This being the 2nd I have attempted.



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