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Zero Clearance Side Extension for the Table Saw Sled.

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Side Extension for the Table Saw Sled

Table Saw Sled
Table Saw Sled
Side Extension
Side Extension
Safety Handles
Safety Handles
Hold Down Clamp
3 Point Clamp
Miter Fence
Miter Fence
Taper Jig
Taper Jig
Tenoning Jig
Tenoning Jig
Table Saw	Sled
For really precise work you need to:
  1. Make or buy a table saw sled that enables you to poistion your workpiece accurately for the cut.
  2. Make sure the miter bar on your sled fits snugly in the table saw slot so there is no side to side movement of the sled.
  3. Securely clamp your workpiece in place so it will not move while the cut is being made.
  4. Provide an equally high surface on the left side of the blade to prevent tearout.
  5. Keep your hands safely away from the blade.
Table saw blades always tend to move the wood while the cut is being made. This is why it is so difficult to get accurate angle cuts with a table saw. With less expensive saws, the miter slot is often a little wider than standard miter gauge bars. This makes accurate cuts extremely difficult to achieve.
Build this table saw sled and the accompanying accessories with our free plans and you can position a variety of workpiece shapes and sizes in the precise position you need. The T-track enables you to securely clamp your workpieces.

With this sled, the miter bar fits perfectly in your table saw's slot. You can get the same accuracy with an inexpensive saw, as with an expensive cabinet shop saw!
Our Universal Table Saw Sled plans include plans and instructions for the Zero Clearance Side Extension. This supports your work piece as the cut is made and minimizes tearout!