This is a great project for your table saw if you do a lot of miters. The advantage to this type of miter sled vs a miter
guage is the you can cut corresponding miters to make a perfect matched corner.
Construction is pretty simple. 2 x 2 plywood base, southern yellow pine runners and 1 x 4 miter fences. I used a front
and rear rail to help hold the jig together and stable. In the rear I used a 1 x 6 piece to make a taller section to hold
on to and help keep your hand out of the blades path. I also used three 1x4's stacked and placed in front of the tall fence
for saftey. I my right hand on top of the tall rear rail and the left on the workpiece being cut for a very safe cut. Reverse
for the mating cut.
As usual, thanks to all my freinds at Saw Mill Creek for all there excellent help and ideas!