Want to get the most out of your table saw? You need to build some sleds.
Sleds are jigs designed to slide past the table saw blade, either with runners in the miter slots or by riding along the table saw fence.
They make repeatability and accuracy simple — and allow you to safely make cuts that would otherwise be sketch-tastic.
I have a whole collection of table saw sleds I use for everything from rough dimensioning to ultra-precise joinery.
But which ones should you build?
Today, I’m presenting you with my 6 Most Used Table Saw Sleds for joinery and general use.
With these sleds, you’ll be equipped to make any standard cut. And you can always adapt them to your needs along the way.
Want to soup up your sleds? Here are some additions I recommend:
February 26, 2023
Used your cross-cut sled design and 5 cut method – great results! Next up, the multi-sled