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where's my table saw?
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why?

The table saw comes with a rip fence and is primarily designed to rip wood rather than cross cut it...hence the large number of "cross cut sleds" that have been designed and invented for them.

A sled makes no sense. :no: The longer the fence the more accurate and better will be the end result since there is more length to register against.

For ripping small pieces, just use your crosscut sled, and make a stop or support to register the small piece against.
 

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where's my table saw?
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a saber saw

That's what I would use.
Or you "could" tack some plywood on the round pieces to act as guides/spacers for the table saw fence.
 
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