How To Make Table Saw Runners
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If you've spent any time in the wood shop making sleds for your table saw, you know that table saw runners are an important step to get just right.However, for many beginners, the process can be a bit of a mystery.
How do you make the runner fit perfectly without any slop?How do you properly attach it to the sled?How do you make it slide easily once attached to the sled?What kind of wood should you use?What about runners for tabbed miter tracks? These are things I've learned over the years and I'm going to show you how to do it yourself.
Once you can make good runners, you'll be able to make all kinds of table saw sleds.And if you're anything like me, you love making jigs and sleds for your wood shop.These are fun projects, and they make future projects easier, and future cutting more accurate.
So let's jump right in… A Few Prerequisites Zero clearance throat plate - If you don't have a zero clearance throat plate for your table saw, I would strongly suggest making one first.Factory throat plates typically have a wide gap next to the blade.
I'll make a guide for this process soon.For now, check out this...