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View Poll Results: my favor ez tool
smart table 8 27.59%
smart clamps and clamping system 4 13.79%
repeaters now ripsizer 4 13.79%
square with or without handle 2 6.90%
cabinetmaker 0 0%
Smart Router kit ( SSRK) 7 24.14%
EZ-ONE 5 17.24%
My custom build PBB ( powerbench) 7 24.14%
ez tracks and connectors ( track saw system) 12 41.38%
ez reday power tool with dust port and shield. 0 0%
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Old 06-18-2019, 08:00 AM
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Is this the best way?

https://youtu.be/vrrjLYn-6WY
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Old 06-18-2019, 08:00 AM
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If the board is shorter than the track, attach it underneath the track with clamps and with the ACE on the cut line. Flip the assembly over and curved edge will be outside the cut, leaving the board with a straight edge. If the board is longer, lay two boards side by side on the bench and then lay the track on top with the ACE along the cut line - in this case, it may be an idea to consider tacking the board to be cut with a small finish nail at each end to make sure that it doesn't move while you're cutting.
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:12 AM
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Thanks, tomp913.

Sometimes, I'm pretty dense and apologize.

What is "ACE"?

And when tacking, do you tack through the track?

And one final question, please.

Do I use the ezsmart clamp and the upgrade here?
https://www.eurekazone.com/product-p/ezclampd2.htm
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by larryfoster View Post
Is this the best way?

https://youtu.be/vrrjLYn-6WY
Just beat me to it, I don't recall seeing that video (or maybe I just don't remember it). I needed to cut a tapered piece for the top jam piece for a door that had been hinged directly to the studs so the opening was the same height as the door and it needed to have a little taper on it so using the track saw was quicker than marking the part and planing the taper. Really saved me a lot of time.
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