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10-26-2009 02:26 PM
curiousgeorge
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Originally Posted by bill schulte View Post
Sould i use a miter channel or a t-track for my router table?
Welcome, Bill. Some swear by them and others swear at them. It is totally your decision as to what you think you would want on your (operative word "Your") table. Personally, I don't have either on my table, but as stated earlier, one or the other may be useful for attaching feather boards and such, but that would be about all.
10-26-2009 02:21 PM
Old_Chipper 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
the_nite_owl 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
Dr.Zook Welcome to the RouterForums Bill.



10-25-2009 11:35 PM
vikingcraftsman Welcome aboard
10-25-2009 11:28 PM
bill schulte
router table

Sould i use a miter channel or a t-track for my router table?

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