Wondering what he's going to do for clamping??
I've got 7 - 3/4" 80/20 T-track running lengthways at various spacings. I'm going to put 1" pieces of either wood or MDF in between them, skim the entire work area, and do a grid. Then I can put material down anywhere on the bed and have access to a clamping area. If there'll be a profile cut I just have to put a piece of 1/8" whatever's on sale material under the model and pitch it when it's all chopped up. Should make the initial bed last quite a while. Right now I'm at the having the T-track installed (which was the most expensive). But I'm still using it regularly. Just watching how I place the cut material on the bed and putting something under the piece if it's going to have a profile cut, letting the clamping pressure hold it.
The "to do" list never gets shorter!!
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