TrueTrac Pro-Series 12ft Kit
- One (1) 57 inch track
- Two (2) 48 inch tracks
- Two (2) 57 inch length anti-chip strips, installed on track
- Four (4) 48 inch length anti-chip strips, installed on track
- One (1) Universal Saw Adapter Plate
- One (1) Hardware packet (6 bolts, 6 nuts, L-shaped hex wrench)
- One (1) Setup Jig
- Four (4) dovetail connectors, with setscrews installed
- One (1) Zero Clearance Block
- Hard copy of installation instructions
A larger adapter plate is available for saw blades 10+ inches in diameter upon request for an additional $20.00 - Give TrueTrac Saw a call at (937)544-6855 and we'll take care of it!
After installing the saw base on my DeWalt circular saw (along with a new blade), I have primarily used my TrueTrac for small projects so far. In fact, it is getting much more use than I expected! The main reason I purchased it was to rip long boards cleanly to build skin on frame canoes. I was hoping it would give better results and be less dangerous than using the table saw. This has exceeded my expectations--each cut is perfect! I purchased the 12ft kit as well as an additional 2ft section of track, and this is now my go to saw when I need precision.
Thank you! Well worth every penny.
We attached a Milwaukee 10 1/4 circular saw to it. We were working with aluminum panels and the Trac it self wouldn't side or move , just awesome! Our materials were 6" thick and had to make to passes to cut it. The True Trac system made it super easy!!!
Oak table constructio
With True Trac and a 101/4” Milwaukee saw I
Ripped 21/2”x12”x12’ oak planks for a perfect glue joint fit.
I got the TrueTrack 12 ft system. First time I used it my cuts were not straight. Figured out two of the track pieces weren't straight even though butted directly together. I had to adjust the alignment using a 4 ft straight edge. One side of the joint was approximately 1/16 th of an inch gap. End result after adjustment was a very straight 8 ft 9 in cut of two large wood slabs.
Thankfully I caught the issue before too many cuts on my $400 slabs of walnut.
We bring the extrusions in cut to length - Sounds like one of the extrusions wasn't cross cut exactly at 90 degrees. If the two faces are pressed against one another that will override the dovetail connectors, causing a dog-leg or 'bow' cut at the joint.
If you can pin it down to a particular extrusion we'll replace it for free, but functionality wise if you leave a fingernail thickness gap between the extrusions when joining they will be true. Just a quick way to see if that's the issue or not.
I purchased my TruTrac system a few months ago and was finally able to use it. I bought a dedicated saw for it and set everything up when I got the system. I finally used it today and I am very pleased. I had to cut some plywood down and what a difference. After squaring an end, I was able to make the cuts I needed in less than half the time it would have taken. Precision is built in and no more variation due to the user. If I can use it, it must be idiot proof. Thanks for a great system. I’ll be calling when I wear this one out.