MMM 115 – Make consistent perfectly straight edges on any board!
This jig is perfect for the woodworker who has a need for making straight edges from random lumber, but might not have the funds to invest in a jointer. It features an adjustable clamping system and a handle for easy maneuverability along the blade.
This crosscut sled is made from a recycled piece of 3/4" plywood, a 2×8 scrap for the handle, and oak for the clamps and runners. The cutting surface is just over 12" wide, and it features sanding paper on its face to better grip the board that's being cut.
Tools I use in this video:
Table Saw Blades:
Drill & Driver:
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