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Sunday Woodshop – Make a Crosscut Sled

May 26 | 9:30 am - 3:30 pm


Make A Cross Cut Sled

A cross-cut sled for the table saw is a must have jig for any serious woodworker. More accurate than a miter gauge, it also makes cross-cutting any board easy and safe. However, in order to provide the proper results it must be built with care. Cross cut sledges open up a whole world of possibilities for not only cross-cutting, but joinery as well.   Plus if you don’t have a compound miter saw this versatile fixture can really help you get the most out of out of a limited tool set.

In this one day class you will make a sled and learn how to:

  • cut the base
  • make the runners
  • make the fences
  • square the fence to the blade
  • assemble and add safety features

Tools Needed: 

Materials & Books Needed: A set of runners sized to your table saw (instructions will be emailed)

 

Fees:
Tuition:  $100 per person
Studio & Materials Fee: [/one_fourth]$75
Non-Refundable Registration Fee:  $45 if this is your first time registering

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