Sleighs are a fun part of winter for children. Follow the instructions at the link and build a sleigh.
This crosscut guide is for cutting down larger sheets of plywood into more manageable sizes using a circular saw. Here is how to build it.
This is a really handy tablesaw jig to have in the workshop. The crosscut sled offers safety and precision.
A table saw sled makes cross cuts fast, safe and very accurate. They are useful for trimming sheet goods, mitering small pieces, making repetitive cuts and more.
With just a few tools and materials you can build this sled.
Here is a quick-to-make miter sled that I use all the time (it took about 5 minutes to make this one). It is a snap to set the fence accurately. And it always cuts perfect case miters.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing a shop built sled to allow resawing found wood into lumber useful for woodworking projects. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software.
Give the kids some winter exitement with a sleek, new toboggan that you can build.
Like any good sled, this pull along sleigh is sure to become an heirloom. At 30 inches long, this petite coaster is designed as a childs first sled, one for sliding on gentle slopes.
These are plans for a wooden downhill snow toboggan.