Sure. Here's a shot of my medium sled (about 36" x 24") showing the ZCI's.
Here's the large, medium and bevel sled in their stash spot; leaning against the cyclone immediately to the right of the tablesaw.
Here's the fence adjustment method I use. The 1/4" t-bolt fits snugly in the fence itself but, has a 3/8" through hole in the base and an oval counterbore to allow forward and backward movement. I've morphed to this amount of wiggle room and four bolt locations as my standard sled fence format.
Here's a shot of the bottom of the medium sled. You can see that it has been used for dados. The felt pen marks on the UHMW runners are leftover from when I was tuning the fit. On wood runners I sometimes use chalk; either way, mark the runners, slide the sled back and forth a few times and tune the fit where the marking rubs off.
Added bonus . . . . Here's the in feed extension for the large sled (although I use it for the medium sled too if I am doing something that requires extended setup time).
You can see some red marker on these wooden runners leftover from tuning them. BTW, I tune with a card scraper but, whatever works . . .
There are plenty of sled ideas and lots of good sharing here. Render the data down to what is most important and works best for you. A well made sled that meets your needs is a joy to use.
I bought a used Byrd head for my planer, and was experiencing the occasional broken insert. I ended up removing them all, cleaning the head and then torquing them all down to spec (**inch** pounds.....) and have not had a broken one since.
Ever since buying the incra sled I no longer use my shop made miter/picture frame sled
It's currently set for my sawstop, but is easily adjusted to any saw.
It's free, I'm just looking to reclaim wall space.
If you're near Portland come by. Will not ship
I'll post pics in a bit