Router Gantry System - Slab Flattening Router Mills

Designed specifically to be able to handle large area planing operations, the TrueTrac Router Gantry System allows you to take your standard 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 HP router with a 1 to 2 inch diameter router bit and be able to easily flatten large slabs, table top glue-ups, epoxy resin counter or table tops, or other large projects that don't easily fit into standard floor model equipment for a much lower cost.

With the addition of the Threaded Cross Feed to the base system you now have the ability to easily index your router across the 'bridge' of the gantry system, which allows you the unique ability to pin the router in place and cut with the grain of the project rather than going cross-grain. Doing it in this manner drastically reduces the number of passes required to complete a project and results in a much more consistent surface, requiring less finish sanding.

This has the added benefit of also allowing easy edge jointing, rabbits, dado grooves, and other linear routing operations requiring the router to be moved a specific amount consistently - 10 turns of the hand crank equals 1 inch of movement.

Feel free to call or email with any questions! All products are named for the working area for each system. Systems are expandable to virtually any length, and up to 6ft in width.

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Just what I needed

Ripping down plywood on sawhorses or a table saw has always been awkward even with another person assisting. The expandable table was easy to set up and feels solid when cutting large or small pieces of wood. No more need for assistance. Breaks down easily and stores completely out of the way.

Finally able to use

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.

Dust Collector

Does it make a difference on how far the saw blade is forward into the zero clearance dust chute? I centered the sole plate of my Makita saw on your track guide so the sole is just over a inch back from the front of the guide. My saw curf is about 1 inch long on the top of the dust chute.

Russell,

Honestly, kind of - If the saw blade isn’t cutting into the nozzle it won’t be as effective, as the concept is trying to keep the dust creation point inside the actual vacuum nozzle itself so all of the fine dust is extracted.

That being said as long as the blade has cut into the nozzle it should function just fine!

TrueTrac Pro-Series 4' Starter Kit

Love my router sled!

My sled kit with the threaded rod insert has been amazing. I love how few moving parts there are, and how sturdy the rails are!