I've been making sleds for my new table saw to aid in tasks that are normally a little challenging at my shop. The first is a jointing sled.
A hardwood slide rides along the miter track. A board clamped to the sled in such a way that there's a bit of overhang along the blade side of the sled, and when run along the saw, gets a straight edge.
Next is the crosscut sled.
Hardwood runners slide in the miter tracks. The fence towards the user is square to the blade. It produces accurate square crosscuts. Right now I have a long fence clamped to the sled to cut table legs to a consistent length.
A stop clamped to the other end of the long fence makes for fast and accurate sizing.
And here they are!