When I upgraded from my old table saw from a small home diy saw to a contracters saw, it did not take long before I realised the mitre gauge was not the best. So to help combat this I made a crosscut sled, and it has been perfect and I will continue to use this. However to do an angle mitre cuts it was not the most accurate.
But it is a contractors saw and well it is as good as any other mitre gauge that came with these type of saws. But I wanted a to be able to quickly set up repeatable cuts. So I needed a better system. So in steps Incra 1000HD Mitre Gauge.
The gauge is extendable, and has a sliding flip stop block, it has adjustable mitre bar that will fit most 19mm (3/4") mitre slots and 180 can't-miss angle stops in 1 degrees increments with special stops located at 22-1/2 degrees.
Incra Sled System
So Santa also said since you have had such a hard year, with your partners accident and everything, while still working, and running a youtube channel as well as events for you other hobby, including releasing your music under creative commons, and still working on a database... you can also have a Incra Build-It System Starter Kit, and who am I to say no...
The thing with this kit I can add to it reconfigure it or add to it etc. Again it won't replace my cross cut sled that is set 90 degrees but this sled I can use for a variety of cuts
Okay Okay I will come clean. Santa didn't come early I had to save up my pennies and buy them for myself, and let me tell you they are not what I would call cheap. But that being said, they will help improve some of my cuts.
Bought 4th December 2016
Incra Mitre Express
The Mitre Express sled can enhance any standard mitre gauge on most standard 19mm gauge slots and of course works with all the Incra Mitre Gauge's.
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