Me too!Looks like an interesting tool but I don't use a track saw. I use an edge guide set up for my circ saw, mark the two ends, clamp it up and "let 'er rip"... I guess I would still make two marks even if I were to use something like this so it would not be as useful.
Nice, but too rich for my blood and doesn't help the way I work...
I would think that if you're using this frequently on many parts/pieces it may well be worthy. I know I don't trust that no slide feature enough that I bought clamps to secure it but putting those clamps on/off many time would get very tiring. Especially on long pieces. If I used mine all the time, yeah, I'd spring for it. Really depends on your situation and need. Don't forget it's helping keep the track square and straight. No pencil mark will do that.Hmmm.
Framing square and a pencil, or this $175 jig?
@;I gather this tool is most useful for those that only want to make one mark and then trust the squareness of it clamped to the track to make the cut...?
Since I don't have a track saw, how do you guys with track saws mark your piece...one mark and a square or two...?
If you're making two marks anyway, how does this tool help...?