74 – Mini Cross Cut Sled & Jobsite Saw Sled


74 – Mini Cross-Cut Sled

Get detailed 3D plans here: https://kingsfinewoodworking.com/collections/project-plans-for-sale/products/mini-cross-cut-sled-plans

I’ve set up the plans for this project with an optional payment. If you want, you can have them for free. Just use the Discount Code: MINISLED at checkout. It will reduce the price to $0.00.

On the other hand, you can choose to pay. If you think the channel has helped you out, and you would like to help support the channel, then you can skip the discount code and pay $2.99 for the plans. This would help us to make more video content. It’s not a whole lot of money, and the plans are high quality.

I have some ideas that I’d really like to teach, like cabinetry for example, but it’s cost prohibitive for me to buy the materials.

We do make some money on YouTube with the revenue from videos, but it’s surprisingly little, and doesn’t even come close to covering our materials, & electricity costs for the videos.

I thought we might try this out and see how it works. We certainly don’t mind if everyone gets them for free. We will be just as happy and continue making videos, because we really love to do it. But perhaps this can be an option for people to help contribute to the growth of the channel.

Info on the sled:
This sled is ideal for small parts. There are very few safe ways to cut little pieces safely in a woodshop. With a jig like this, it is much safer.
This is also the IDEAL sled for a jobsite saw!
This is not a primary table saw sled for a woodshop. But rather a smaller sled to accompany your main one for when the big one is just too big for certain cuts, or when it’s more convenient to grab a lightweight sled. Most woodshops have various table saw sleds. A primary highly accurate one with a large capacity for cabinet work, and a couple of others for specific tasks.

Things we used for this project:

½” Baltic Birch Plywood (this piece is bigger than needed)
3/4” Baltic Birch Plywood (this piece is bigger than needed)
Two strips of hardwood. ¾” x 3/8” x 16 inches
Countersink
#6 x ¾” screws
#8 x 1-5/8” Deck Screws
Thor’s Hammer Woodworking Mallet: https://kingsfinewoodworking.com/collections/thors-hammer-woodworking-mallets/products/woodworking-mallet-like-thors-hammer-from-lignum-vitae
Engineer’s Solid Stainless Machinist’s Square
1/8” radius round over bit
Quick Squeeze clamps
Japanese Kataba Saw
Silicon glue brush kit
GluBot
Titebond III Wood Glue
CyanoAcrylate glue
C/A Accelerator
Deft lacquer
Minwax Paste Wax

Video for building the Extreme Cross Cut Miter Table Saw Sled:
https://youtu.be/njsD5W6fcI0


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