Rockler miter sled

WOOD magazine rating


No more squinting at those tiny scales — this Crosscut Sled's large protractor scale lets you precisely tune your angles for air-tight miters and crosscuts. Easy-to-read 1/2° graduations and a hair-line indicator ensure error-free setups, while a heavy-duty aluminum fence, adjustable MDF fence face, and smooth-sliding components delivers versatile and precise operation.

1/2" thick 23-3/4" x 23-3/4" MDF table with melamine coating.
Easy-to-read 1/2° graduations and a hair-line indicator ensure error-free setups.
Extra material allows you to cut the sled down to fit your saw perfectly.
Right edge of sled functions as a zero-clearance chip breaker.
Includes four 2' pieces of 3/4" wide self-adhesive low-friction tape for smooth sliding of the platform and fence.
Aluminum fence measures 3"H x 25"L.
MDF fence face measures 2-7/8"H x 27"L.
MDF Fence face can be removed for replacement.
Spring-loaded ball bearings in the miter bar have adjustable tension to eliminate slop.
Adjustable 90° stop.
Requires standard miter track 3/4" w x 3/8" deep

WOOD magazine review

Simple but effective accuracy

Review Summary

High points: Once calibrated to the blade, we found the 0° stop and angle scale reliable. The sliding auxiliary fence face gives you zero-clearance support at the cutline, and replaces easily when “used up.” Low points: Without a scale for the 25"-long fence, you have to measure with a separate ruler to set the flip-stop. We tightened the miter bar’s fit in the slot as much as we could, but it was still a touch looser than we like.
The included hold-down clamp sometimes pulled workpieces away from the fence when tightening. More points: You can buy an optional cutoff-support platform (no. 37541) for $35.

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