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question i have about the t-track does the t-slot cutter cut this or do i have to cut it first with a straight bit im playing with 1/2 deep x 3/4 wide just asking dont want to screw up.
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If your talking about one like this there is no need to use another bit.

http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=1572

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newbie here
question i have about the t-track does the t-slot cutter cut this or do i have to cut it first with a straight bit im playing with 1/2 deep x 3/4 wide just asking dont want to screw up.
Thats a great cutter that Corey gave Rockler info on. Real great on jigs also.
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The T-slot cutter I have has a small diameter of 3/8". So I usually get to the depth I want in 2 passes with a 3/8" straight, then switch to the slot cutter. I believe this will extend the life of the cutters.

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