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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You guys did a great job getting the sled to me but I have not had a chance to put it together . Will get into it this winter. Thank you ever so much. Bill
Went with the TrueTrac system be ause it looks heavier duty and ready to conquer the 5ft 12+ft slab we are going ro throw at it. Small/hometown build and all made in the USA... I will recommend to anyone that lays eyes on this rig!!
My wife makes charcuterie boards with old wood and wood / epoxy. She has a planer, but it doesn't always fit the bill for flattening - some of her pieces are pretty twisted initially. Building jigs and anchoring pieces to flatted with a router was time and material consuming. This product is her new go-to. The set it up on a table, built a couple of low-profile frames inside it to wedge in a couple fairly standard sizes, then went to work. The speed of changing out work pieces is down to seconds and the gantry slides are smooth. She loves it and it's cut down on time and material usage exponentially! Great product - highly recommended!
I have used the flattening gantry to flatten two table tops so far and am happy with the results. It’s easy to set up and I would recommend the tooling
This was an awesome experience from start to finish. Ordered the trutrac online and it was delivered promptly. I ordered it to help with a table I was building for my newly renovated breakfast nook. The TrueTrac was easy to setup with the instructions provided. I used it to cross cut a sheet of Walnut plywood and it worked like a charm. I used it to rip and cross cut some other plywood. This thing works plain and simple and cuts a straight line far better than I ever did! Thanks to the team at TrueTrac. Money well spent (and money saved)!
When I researched this tool I saw some comments about the cost and whether it was worth the investment. No it’s not cheap - but neither is plywood. What I have saved on mis-cuts has more than offset the price. I can now accurately cut sheet goods with confidence. I was a little concerned with the assembly but if you read the instructions AND watch the video AND take your time it’s not difficult. Also adequately supporting the work piece is crucial. I highly recommend cutting with a sacrificial sheet underneath.
Very handy tool. I don’t know how I lived/ worked without it.
Have had the 8' setup for years. Great product. But I had a client that wanted me to make 11' countertop for them. This add on made it possible, without the ridiculous amount of room it would of taken to rip a 12' piece of plywood on a table saw. I work alone, and the thought of trying to lift and rip the 12' plywood on a tablesaw, without infeed and outfield tables had this 63 year old looking for another option. This could make the tablesaw go the way of the radial arm saw.
The hardest part about this system is setting up the table with a height and a width that you can actually work with depending on the size of the rough lumber slabs you’re going to be plaining . As you can see my table is a monster and allows me to plain 14 foot pieces of lumber. The problem I’ve encountered is to be able to get the slabs as close to the router rails as possible because the router does have its limits as far as how deep it can go and that’s just a matter of trial and error and for the most part it was error more than trial but we figured it out. Overall I’m very pleased with the system and the manufacturing of the materials provided to me. I’ve also gone with exactly what you recommended as far as a router bit and the slip it sliding compound both of which have worked extremely well. I would recommend this system to anyone who plans on plaining rough lumber.
I couldn't be happier with my truetrack slab flattening mill. It is so easy to use.
So far so good with the router the table set up was a little longer than I had hoped and there’s definitely a learning curve but I’ve done a number of planks and it seems to be working just like you said it would
I recently purchased the simple square with a 2' length of track. Setup was pretty simple, squaring the base with the track and tightening the 4 bolts. Of course the beauty of the TrueTrac system is that you can line up the white strip with your mark and cut without any further measuring or offset blocks. The square just adds one more dimension to the system. Saves time and improves accuracy, what more could you ask for.
Like pretty much everybody else, I have used a straight-edge for years. I work in metal, and regularly need to cut steel sheet/plate. I have a current job that requires me to cut a lot of long strips in 1/4" plate. I have a 9" Steelmax saw specifically designed to do this, and the 7-1/4" setup pictured. It is important to have the blade absolutely parallel to the fence; neither of these saws has a baseplate that is aligned accurately with the blade. Mounting the saw on the TrueTrack baseplate allows me to properly align it, and almost doubles the life of my blades. I also ordered the cantilever clamps which make life so much easier, as I don't have to figure out how to clamp a straight-edge so that the c-clamps don't get in the way of the saw. Lastly, no more math figuring out how far to offset the straight-edge from the cut! just line up the Track with the cut line. I am using this setup without the zero clearance block, as the metal chips were too hot. They are not damaging the Track edge strip though.
Worth Every Damn Dime!