I got interested in Jerry Bennett's Wedgie Sled (plans and videos at segeasy.com) so I decided to give it a try. I purchased a Freud 60T thin kerf crosscut blade to minimize "fuzzies" on the cut wedges. I also made an adjustable stop/gauge to govern the width of the outer part of the segments. The sled is made of 1/2" MDF and the fences are 3/4" MDF, all with a coat of sanding sealer and a coat of poly. Once I finished the sled, I tried it out, making a 7-inch diameter test ring from hard maple and using a 30-60-90 drafting triangle to set the two fences to 30 degrees. The test ring was dead-on perfect and I didn't have to "clean up" the wedges before assembly. For years, I have been cutting wedges using dedicated sleds, one for each angle. I am now sold on the Wedgie Sled and will order a set of Wedgies from segeasy.com. I can recover some space in my shop by getting rid of most of my dedicated sleds.