Bridge to a similar thickness board to handle narrow dimensional lumber
Easily cut unique angles for face frames, hardwood flooring installations, or cabinet filler strips
With the saw riding -on top- of the track, it maintains full control during the entire cut
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I bought this package [8ft Combo Kit] in 2011 when I built our kitchen cabinets and needed to cut the plywood components to exact size. Wow, what a tool to cut plywood, I'll never do it on a table saw again!
"I do handyman and construction work and purchased this about 4 years ago. This tool saves me a ton of time...It's super accurate, easy to use, and reliable. Any home owner who does repairs around the house should own one of these..."
"I am new to woodworking and the track made it possible for me to build a gabled roof doghouse for my daughter’s pet. It has given me the confidence to try other things as well..."
I bought this for myself for Christmas and I love it already! A bit of effort to set up, but then cuts are fabulously easy. Most importantly, it feels safer than the approach I had before. I love this!
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The aluminum extrusions for our Track Saw Kits, Table Kits, and Router Gantry System are manufactured in either Cincinnati or Youngstown, Ohio. The plastic extrusions for the anti-chip edges are manufactured in Peebles, Ohio.We CNC machine our own adapter plates, set up jigs, and various other tidbits and accessories for our product lines. For example, our carrying & storage case is 100% made in-house and directly employs one full time employee.Started in April of 2009, the TrueTrac brand of products is still family owned and operated over ten years later. The company behind the brand is Levi Hollow Tools, LLC Learn More About Us
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After finding the True Trac has become my go-to tool I decided to upgrade from the original cardboard packaging that I used for protection to the fancy black case. I cannot express how happy I am with all True Trac's products and customer service and have been driving my friends and co-workers crazy with my enthusiasm.
By careful assembly, checking using an accurate right-angle, no further adjustments were required: the critical step was cross tightening the bolts in an iterative manner while the trac and handle were held clamped in position at 90 degrees. The bolts were a tight fit, but no adjustments of materials were required. Clamping during assembly avoided any play, and right-angle accuracy was preserved when the clamps were removed. An absolute delight to use.
I bought the TrueTrac Pro after the one I made on my CNC machine failed. It's a good value, works as advertised, excellent company support and a good long term investment. Don't bother wasting your time making one.
I've had the opportunity to try a number of other track saw brands but TrueTrack, in my opinion, is simply the best that I've tried. The construction is SOLID and that solidness translates to consistently-accurate results every time.
I've also had the opportunity to use a number of other products sold by TrueTrack from expandable work surfaces to their router guide and jig, as well as a pocket hole set-up (which I think, unfortunately, maybe they no longer offer). ALL products have been great. Given the nature of my work though, I tend to use the track saw the most and I'm very glad to have this brand in my shop.
The track saw system (with saw plate, zero clearance block and replaceable anti-chip edging) is well thought-out and precision designed and engineered. I have the guide plate mounted on a dedicated Hitachi (Metabo) circular saw which provides a perfect grab-and-go solution for my application.
I lead student workshops and work with students on community service projects. As a result, I end up sharing tools a lot. The TrueTrack track saw is much-loved with the students. While they have training on high-end table saws in the school's woodshop, the TrueTrack track saw in an invaluable tool to have on site and honestly, it can do things that a table saw simply can't do as well, like precision tapered cuts.
The students can be rough on the tools but TrueTrack's solid construction has held well up to their hard love and outright abuse (not Kate, she's been very careful and kind).
That's my view on the tools, but Truetrack is more than their products. I have rarely, if ever, had any direct or ongoing communication with a tool seller (let alone manufacturer). I usually buy a product, have it delivered, if I have feelings one way or another, I might leave a review and that's pretty much it. Truetrack is a different company though. I've communicated mostly with Jacob but I understand they are a family owned and run operation and if Jacob is representative of the group, the whole family is one you'd want to do business with. They stand behind their products, help with questions, and follow up to ensure their customers are happy and satisfied. I can honestly say I've never had as positive an experience working with a company as I have had with Truetrack. My only wish is that they could expand their product line to include everything else that I spend money on because they're an exemplary company that is a joy to work with. And their stuff is great.
I own a shop full of tools, but the tools I've gotten from Truetack are, honestly, amongst my favorites. I will probably pick up the tracksaw storage bag in the future to protect that asset. The track travels with me often and deserves to be well protected. I love that thing!
I'm happy to give this and all TrueTrack products I've tried my exclusive "Kate's thumbs up" rating. (Kate is a student who's been very kind to the tracksaw and it's rewarded her richly with excellent service and professional results.)
Thank you TrueTrack!
I am a cabinetmaker of 10+ years and just recently started my own business after leaving the small shop that I previously worked at . I was searching for a track system for my business because setting up a straight edge for large plywood cuts is time consuming and doing it on the table saw is dangerous. I discovered and purchased the true track system and have used it several times now and I love it ! It has a good robust feel to it and it's made extremely well with quality materials. I love that I can use the saw I already have without having to fork over hundreds to get a dedicated unit . It does require some finessing to get the saw perfectly aligned on the base ,(especially if you have a saw with a small base like mine)but once its dialled in and tighten down it doesn't seem to move . It is very easy to use and I have true, precise cuts every time .
I have been building furniture for nearly 50 years and own virtually every tool and machine I could need. A track saw never entered my mind - until recently. If I needed to cut a guided straight line that was too big for one of my machines, I simply turned to my shop-made circular saw guide. That was my plan for the king size walnut and ash headboard pictured below. I started by making hardboard patterns for the four major shapes and the problem was immediately evident. None of them fit together well enough to be glued. I could run them through the jointer, but they were far enough off that the jointer would have changed the shape such that the parts would not fit together as planned. I spoke with Jacob at TrueTrac and he diagnosed the problem right away. To keep the saw against the shop-made guide, I was pushing hard enough to deflect the guide. Things became even more irregular when I switched hands mid-cut. He assured me a track saw would solve the problem since, the saw riding in a track surrounding it on both sides, there is no need to push the saw laterally. In short, he was absolutely right.
I bought the TrueTrac kit and a sweet Dewalt circular saw (recommended by Jacob) that I have dedicated to the TrueTrac. Assembly was a little intimidating because of drilling holes in the saw base, but it worked out well. When I had questions along the way, Jacob was at the other end of the phone line ready to help. Each time I spoke with him, his advice was dead on. On my initial test cuts, the tool operated exactly as represented. Alignment and set-up are very straightforward. The track stays in place, though, for peace of mind, I did purchase the optional toggle clamps and used them on the crazy angles. You can cut with either hand or change hands mid cut, with no effect. The design of the track minimizes tear-out. Combined with the Dewalt saw and a good quality blade, the resulting cut is very clean.
After gluing up the parts, I cut all those crazy angles with the TrueTrac. It produced a very straight line, though not quite straight enough for a glue line (Perfection was required since the parts were too big to have any give when clamped). The cuts were close enough that I could shave off a 64th" at the jointer to achieve perfect glue lines. Once the assembly was glued up, I trimmed it to square with the TrueTrac. No jointing was required for those cuts. If you zoom in on the photo, you will see just how precise all the joinery is.
I would imagine the TrueTrac is a good product for carpenters and people who site-build cabinets and would use it every day. For someone like me, who will only use it occasionally, it is a real find. There is no way I would have spent the kind of money required for one of the high-end track saws. I believe most of the high-end woodworking products that have come on the market in the last decade are ridiculous and appeal mostly to internet hobbiests who have more money than sense and feel compelled to buy all the latest gadgets. I may have been wrong about the utility of track saws, but the prices are still unreasonable. The TrueTrac is the exception. Jacob and his family have engineered a fine product at a reasonable price and and provide superior customer service. I am very grateful.
Got the 48x96 threaded option. I’ve flattened cherry, maple and oak slabs so far. Smallest slab was 4x2 ft and largest was 10x4. Flattened each one with minimal ridges left to sand out. Very happy with the product.
I received your product and was very pleased, I have not has a chance to use yet, but I am sure every thing will work as well as all the other products I have purchased from you.
I've always disliked using circular saws. The True Trac, however, has changed that, giving me the ability to make controlled and accurate cuts while reducing set-up time. I've been using the starter kit for the last couple of months to break down plywood and hardwoods. It also helped me to make precision bevel cuts on a furniture project and create straight edges for some jigs. Jacob provided great customer service when I was making a buying decision. For my purposes as a DYI-er and hobbyist woodworker, the True Trac was a good choice over buying a track saw.
I purchased a 2nd circular saw for the sole purpose of using it as a track saw. I tried the "blue" company and wasn't satisfied when using their tracks (I do like other products by them). I tried another track by B??? and it was not smooth. I purchased the BIG Holiday bundle from True Trac and have not been disappointed with the quality. I've talked with one of the owners (Jacob) personally and appreciate all the information he has given me.
I have used my True Trac a few times now and really do like the system. I added tge dust collection port which was easy to install. It makes a noticeable difference in the amount of dust generated.
Help Mid State Tank save Thousands of dollars. We cut Alum sheet to set size and lengths. The guys were having problem running straight line for 192" free hand wasting a lot of material. Using True Trac System we no longer have that problem.
Been using it with my Tough C700