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  1. Jigs and Fixtures
    I'm a newbie with T-tracks and I have some simple qestions about them. Can I mount a pair of them on the side of the table and with some plastic sliders atache a U-shaped bridge betwene them and on top a router. What kind of sliders should they be to work properly? The table and the side will be...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Looking for a good, of course low cost, source of t-track. It seems that most wood worker supply houses charge an arm & leg. Thx Eric
  3. Jigs and Fixtures
    I have a bit of a unique problem that im trying to solve. I use about 6 positions on my router fence very consistently, and in fairly random order. Id like to put some stop in either a t-track, or a miter track behind the fence at these positions, so that i can just push the fence up...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hallo there. I am new to the wood working field and live in South Africa. Been searching the net the past couple of days and discovered lots of intersting ideas. I am 43 years old, and stay in Paarl, Cape Town. Would love to know where I can find T-Track (and bolts) in Cape Town or in South...
  5. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hello all, Finishing touches on my table build include T-tracks for fences. Easy and repeatable, this is the jig I built in just a matter of minutes. I used four pieces of straight flat hardwood and a 1" guide bushing to set the width of the gap between the runners. Mike
  6. Starting Off
    Hello all this is my first post, I have been watching this forum for a bit and like it. I am building a router table that is 24 x 32 inches 1.5 inches thick. MDF banded with wood. MCLS phenolic router plate is the plate I am using, Router is the fixed base PC 890 series 2.25 router. Fence is...
  7. Table-mounted Routing
    I'm finishing my router table extension for my table saw, and seek advice about the following: My saw is a Grizzly G05444Z with a standard rail. Thus, the table is 27" wide and approximately 18" deep. See images below. 1) Any advantages to a separate fence as opposed to clamping an accessory...
  8. Table-mounted Routing
    I have a piece of sink cut-out laminate for a router table top. I purchased T-track from Woodcraft a while back. I plan on squaring up the laminate and generally trimming the rough edges. How can I ensure that the tracks will be parallel to each other? I don't want them to be off so much...
  9. New Member Introductions
    First post! Looking forward to using this site as a reference tool. (no pun intended). I hope to pick up great router tips, tricks and useful bits of info and if I ever get smart enough give some of my own. Right now I'm shopping for good buys on t-track and any discount coupon codes to buy...
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