To help answer your questions about the TrueTrac System, we've put together a series of videos and pictures that we hope will answer any questions you have - and if they don't we're always just a phone call away at 1.888.877.4514
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In the past we have found one of the most common questions that people have is simply...
What is a TrueTrac System?
Our Customers have found that the TrueTrac System consistently exceeds their expectations of quality, accuracy, ease of use, and overall versatility.
The standards we hold our extruders to guarantees that every piece of track is flat, dimensionally accurate, and compatible with every other piece we produce - The newest run matches the initial test run, and we test every run before it leaves the shop to assure ourselves of that consistency.
When compared to guide clamps or shop made straight edges, the TrueTrac is just plain easier to use. There are no offset measurements, no worries about drifting away from the guide, and no chip-out with our zero clearance anti-chip inserts.
Your TrueTrac system makes breaking down sheetgoods a one person job, but it can also help you make cabinet filler strips, trim the bottom edge off of a door, finish off that last piece of hardwood flooring, or trim the edge off of a 20ft long granite counter top for a custom kitchen installation!
The TrueTrac combines a uniquely designed aluminum extrusion and a matching universal adapter plate that allows you to use any circulcar saw.
The polyvinyl strip also provides zero clearance for a clean, chip-free cut, combined with a non-slip bottom surface to keep the track in place while you cut!
The unique design that is built into the TrueTrac guarantees an accurate and easy cut every time, and sets it apart from the competition.
Common TrueTrac Uses:
*Breakdown 4' x 8' sheet goods
*Crosscut single or multiple boards at one time
*Rip narrow boards (like with a table saw)
*Bevel the edges of sheet good or individual boards
*Shave thin strips off workpiece edges to produce boards of precise widths
*Cut tapered shapes for cabinet fillers and similar projects
*Straight edge rip of irregular edges