A bandsaw benefits from a sliding table, too
Anytime I need to crosscut a short length of wood, such as a pen blank, I turn to the bandsaw for safe and controllable sawing, free of flying offcuts. To ensure a cut that's square as well, I made a simple crosscut sled. It consists of three pieces of wood—one sized to slide snugly in the saw's miter slot—joined squarely together.
—Jim Judge, Casper, Wyo.