Popular Post gee-dub Posted December 19, 2020 Popular Post Report Share Posted December 19, 2020 I plan to use this old Craftsman 113. saw (that Grandpa bought new) as a task specific cross-cut and joinery station. I needed something that could hold all sorts of thing all sorts of ways. I wouldn't have all these things on here at once. This is just for the pic . The rear fence blocks one of the slots so I routed an easement that lets a clamp drop in at that location. Here's a tip for any of you who use wood or UHMW runners. For wood, I shellac the runners along with the underside of the sled. Then I run a felt tip mark down both sides of both runners. Slide the sled back and forth a few times. The ink rubs off where the runners are tight. A card scraper makes quick work of removing a little material in those areas. I find getting to a smooth, well sliding sled goes pretty quick this way. 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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