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Flubbed up on my sled


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So I'm resetting the rails of my generic 3/4" plywood table saw sled to fit the saw at work and I messed up the alignment on the first try.  It's fixed now but my problem is I ran it past the running blade with it somewhat misaligned and now the kerf in my sled is about 2 blade widths wide.  Instead of putting down a new thin floor and then recutting, I was wondering if there might be something I could just simply fill the gap with and then recut.  That way I'd preserve all the height cutting potential the sled has that adding additional floor would take away from.  So far I've thought of using either Bondo or regular wood filler.  Whatever it is it'd need to withstand the blade cutting through it without chipping.


Any suggestions for a filler?

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