|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-26-2009 02:26 PM|
Originally Posted by bill schulte View Post
|10-26-2009 02:21 PM|
Welcome Bill, |
It's hard to say, I loaded my first table, track going both directions. But I haven't used the track all that often. There is one disadvantage to all the lifts I looked at, and that is that you can’t put a slot close enough to the bit, were you often need one.
One thing to keep in mind, you can always add track later if you need it.
|10-26-2009 01:47 PM|
You can buy Miter/T-Track combo track. I just received some for the table I am building. |
I am relatively new to using a router table and not certain of what my needs will be in the future so I went with a combo track so I would have both.
The Jessem router table I worked with in a class I took had T-Track/Miter/T-Track inset to the table. I figure one T-Track and one Miter slot should be good enough for me.
You can buy it from ttrackusa.com, peachtree-woodworking-supply-inc.com, woodpeck.com, and I am sure many others.
|10-26-2009 01:30 PM|
|Echonav||My router table has a regular miter slot. I use it for attaching feather boards and using my coping sled (required). No T slot is required....|
|10-26-2009 08:33 AM|
|Mike Wingate||I have neither on my router table. Some people think it weakens the top and can cause sagging. I use a Right Angle Jig, conected to my Incra fence, or just run the jig against the fence. It all depends what you want to do with your router.|
|10-26-2009 12:59 AM|
|xplorx4||Greetings and welcome to the router forum. For what you will be doing will you need it? The answer to that is your answer.|
|10-26-2009 12:45 AM|
Welcome to the RouterForums Bill. |
|10-25-2009 11:35 PM|
|10-25-2009 11:28 PM|
|bill schulte|| |
Sould i use a miter channel or a t-track for my router table?