Skiing & Snow
Where can I buy one of Jerry's sleds with wedgie's ?
Very good video just built a sled and it works great thanks
do you use open wedgies or close one for this jig
Cheers Dave for posting and of course a big thanks to Jerry Bennett the designer. I'm off out to the workshop now to get on with the build.The instructions are in-depth and precise, thanks again for the post and sharing, regards and best wishes to you both (Jerry and Dave).
Absolutely perfect instructions!
Thank you so much for your instruction time and doing this in such detail. This is most helpful for me and many others watching I'm sure!
Great video. I've looked through all the comments and can't find my answer. How do you regulate the length of the wedge to be cut?
do you sell a pre made sled along with a set of wegies
Wow… very good video about this topic!!!
What a great Video! all information there and very informative. thank you for your time and effort.. I will build this.
Very well explained tutorial.ThanksJames
President of Segmentology Mr Jerry Bennett
Thank You for providing a straight forward lesson on building a segue sled.
I have made my wedgie sled, but there seems to be no plans for the saw stop. Are there any or a video to help me?
Where to buy the wedgies? Or is these not something that is for the public?
Dave,Excellent video. Very thoughtfully crafted, and flawless presentation. Using a 30/60/90 triangle I made a perfect 12 segment ring. Easy breezey. Thank you,Ed W
jerry es un genio……..cabezon…
Thank you for your prompt and helpful response. I am currently using my bandsaw with the sled to cut my wedge segments. I find this is not so aggressive as a bandsaw and todate my first ring came out perfectly without any sanding etc. There are two questions, i) using the outside of the fences when you need wider segments – do they cut the angle accurately still, and b) would you agree that using a bandsaw is considerably saver than a circular saw, albeit any machine needs to treated with respect.Thanks againKRGary Smith
Hi When making the sled is it okay to have a larger gap between the fences so you could use 3" timber or larger. Alternatively is the sled still accurate if you cut the wedges using the outside of the fences which would enable you to cut bigger wedges. Excellent video and concept. Many thanksGary Smith
very well done video, thanks
is there a reason why people use MDF instead of particle bord or plywood?
I made one today and the segments turned out perfect. A well explained video.
Thanks for the vid. It might be a good idea to harden the holes & slots with a coat of CA glue.
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