I'd like to make a new Sherline lathe cross slide and that will require milling a pair of T-slots. I would have thought this would have been pretty straight forward but, the Sherline T-slot seems to be at the smallest end of the T-slot world so cutters do not seem to be readily available. I could cut larger slots but would prefer that the slots stay consistent in size due to my extensive use of Sherline tooling. One alternative is to take an old Sherline mill X-axis that I have and cut it to length and mill the bottom to remove the dovetail but I'd rather not as I am after a 3/4" wider cross slide than the Sherline has. I've searched the forum and just about everywhere else but have not found a solution. Can anyone provide a bit of guidance ?