Homemade Table Saw – Part 2 – DIY Sledge, Runners & Mitre Slots

This is part two of the Homemade Table Saw video, where I make the mitre slots on the bed and my first basic sledge. I decided to make a sledge first before …


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  1. nagoya6toto says:

    Nice JOB !!?

  2. Andrew Thomas says:

    These vids are great. Nice one.?

  3. hondicabe oran says:


  4. Paschalis Christoforou says:

    apo pou ise ??

  5. zurdokmexico says:

    Why dont you clamp the saw guide.??

  6. jose antonio says:

    This is my gmail address to send you some pictures anocheza4x4@gmail.com
    Thank you again

  7. jose antonio says:

    Hello Friend I would like to me to reject a hand or an idea about a
    circular saw that I bought him a cutting table and can’t get perfect cuts
    and wanted to put an iron wood over and in turn make a sled or sliding.Hope
    you help thank you if you can

  8. Alain Duffau says:


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  10. TheScrappingJeahaha says:

    Nice Build !

  11. DAVID WILLIAMS says:

    Very good video. Cut the chase.

  12. BABarracus6 says:

    if you look at the history of spelling you will find that spelling
    incorrectly has been around longer than spelling correctly its a new thing
    started a few centuries ago that is why today humans can see the incorrect
    spelling for something and still understand becuase we have been doing it
    for so long

  13. tierra.art heavy says:

    que mas amigo desde colombia me gustaria ver los planos de la maquina para
    poder hacerla yo me gusto mucho la sierra grasias espero respuestas

  14. raychar cheung says:

    it’s better to have fixed table top. To adjust the depth of cut, the saw
    blade(with motor) moves downward, the motor has pivot on table, angular
    movement will do it.

  15. dave antony says:

    You are an extremely talented man, i used to watch my gramp do this sort of
    stuff on a daily basis, and it seem’d extremely tideous, but nice work :)

  16. Andrew Goodrick says:

    It’s pretty straightforward – the wood whisper does a good job explaining
    it uE9f4bp_wm8?t=8m1s Sidenote: You don’t need to waste such a large piece
    of wood on it, it’s very precise with just a 8″x8″ piece of scrap The gist
    is that you make 5 cuts on a piece of wood, turning it the same way each
    time. Then you measure the top and bottom of the piece with a caliper. If
    the fence is PERFECTLY square, it will be the same width top and bottom.
    Adjust accordingly to get within acceptable error

  17. Savvas Papasavva says:

    Thanks for the comment. I’m not sure I am a big fan of bandsaws , but it
    would be an interesting challenge. I am going to have to read up on the 5
    cut method. Any suggestions welcomed?

  18. Andrew Goodrick says:

    Cool video. Would enjoy seeing you make other tools – maybe a bandsaw? One
    thing I would have like to have seen you do different is to position the
    sled/sledge wall using the 5 cut method instead of a square. Having a very
    precise 90degree angle on your sled is immensely useful, and you can’t get
    that precision with a framing square

  19. adambrian1969 says:

    only thing that concerns me, is the lack of angle control in your height

  20. StoneGarage says:

    Suck it. A table sled.

  21. T?r-?lex???er H???e? says:

    Oh my sweet baby Jesus. Shut the fuck up. It can be written as sled, sledge
    or sleigh. They’re all the same thing. Your googling skills suck. Don’t
    educate others on matters you don’t know shit about.

  22. rdpayne1 says:

    My Webster’s says that there be nought awry with this use of sledge, guess
    Google didn’t get the word.

  23. Savvas Papasavva says:

    I prefer the table saw because it’s easier to calibrate!

  24. StoneGarage says:

    Did a google search before I commented. Nope only sled. Your not hammering
    your table saw.

  25. StoneGarage says:


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