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Old 04-30-2013, 02:50 PM
Burt Burt is offline
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I second this request.

I have some crazy idea involving a folding table using the bridge and incra track in my head right now. looking for more ideas on how to turn it into a convertible STK for long rips with ueg/ripsizer.

-Christopher
About a year ago, I bought a bunch of Incra T Track plus and the legs used for the table saw fence. I used these to build both a powerbench and a cross cutter. The T Track plus was to flexible and the tables weren't stable enough. They were quickly taken apart.

I have used the T Track and T Track plus for other EZ Jigs and it works well.


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Old 05-01-2013, 03:21 AM
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About a year ago, I bought a bunch of Incra T Track plus and the legs used for the table saw fence. I used these to build both a powerbench and a cross cutter. The T Track plus was to flexible and the tables weren't stable enough. They were quickly taken apart.

I have used the T Track and T Track plus for other EZ Jigs and it works well.


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Burt, are you referring to this track here with rack and pinion stop adjustment?

http://www.incra.com/product_jfc_tracks.htm

-Christopher
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