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A friend of mine (Champy of lescopeaux.fr) ask where he can find this type of rail for his router table.
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Hi all,
A friend of mine (Champy of lescopeaux.fr) ask where he can find this type of rail for his router table.
Thanks for your answers
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I have seen it at both Peachtree's and Rocklers web sites

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Daniel,
Why Champy doesn't use two tracks side by side, a T track and U shape track?
It will be probably cheaper.
It is what I plan to do.

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Daniel,
Why Champy doesn't use two tracks side by side, a T track and U shape track?
It will be probably cheaper.
It is what I plan to do.

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Yes, is probably cheaper. but side by side i think is not good
When a T track is in the hole of the table it is between 2 walls and strong. Is the same for U track, but the 2 side by side is not good, i prefer leave 1" wood between the 2
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Daniel,
I'm french, living in Toulouse.

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Santé, are you looking for this?
Kreg Combo-Track
According to the Kreg web site the distributor for France is:

RBE Machinery
1 Rue de la Reppe
Bougerot
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17 71590 GERGY
Phone: 03 85 98 10 40


But on the site www.rbemachines.com there are no Combo-Tracks
In Italy the price for a 32" Kreg Combo Track is 30 euro at LegnoStore, and in UK the same is 24.40 pounds at BriMarc.
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Thanks Marco i Put this adress in my favorits. I return to later.
For Jclaude: i am the only belgian in the team " lescopeaux.asso.fr", all the others are frenchs only 2 are canadians.
For the new top of my router table, i think that i will made the T-track in hardwood glued in the groove because the top will be in stratified kitchen top and the glue will harden the matter
I don't know if i make a U-track or a C-track
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The T_Track plus could also be suitable. You can get it from Dieter Schmidt Fine Tools in Berlin.

T-Tracks and other components of the INCRA Build-It Modular Jig & Fixture Platform System
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I use 2 rails.
As long as the screws hold the tracks from moving, friction keeps everything in place.

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