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I built a large sled and a small sled. Here is the small one.

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Nice looking sled, Bryan.
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Good job Bryan, ,you will use the heck out of that. After using a sled, a person doesn't go back to a miter gauge except for miters. And you can even do miters on the sled with the right set ups.

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Good looking sled, Bryan. I didn't build one for many, many years but now unless I'm cutting meters I don't even put my Incra on the saw. It was a good idea to build 2 sizes. I'm sure they will serve you well.
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Looks very sturdy and should last a long time. Put some floor paste wax on the runners and the bottom of the sled so it will glide very smooth.
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Nice work Bryan. Yours is bigger than the one I built, and that is my only complaint about mine, too small. I use it a lot, as I'm sure you will. A panel saw is in the works when time permits.... only one guide on it so no size restrictions.
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Nice work Bryan. Yours is bigger than the one I built, and that is my only complaint about mine, too small. I use it a lot, as I'm sure you will. A panel saw is in the works when time permits.... only one guide on it so no size restrictions.
I need to build a panel sled too but when I made my mind up to build both a large and small two runner sled I hadn't even seen the one runner type. I look at some video then figured that type of sled was really a more ideal sled for the long shelves I need to cut down.
Oh well, I wanted these anyway and they were fun to build.

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Thanks to all of you for the kind words.

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Nice. I like the use of curves on the front and back.
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very nice job Bryan...
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