Project Videos

As we acquire or create track saw project videos, we'll arrange them sequentially here. Some of the projects will have downloadable PDF plans available, so feel free to grab those and use or change them up to your personal preferences!

All of the videos can be enlarged by clicking the full screen button in the bottom right of the video after clicking play.

Billy McCord: Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Table

Billy McCord starts his Trestle Table project, which is a three part series!

Part two of the Trestle Table, showcasing the breadboard ends.

Final part of the Trestle Table series showing the trestle leg construction.

Phil Pinsky ProductionsView Phil's YouTube Channel

Phil Pinsky creates a Drill Charging Station - An easy way to organize your shop!

Rick @ Wood.Work.LifeView WWL's YouTube Channel

Rick LaFaver turns old gymnasium bench seats into a modern dining table!

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Dust pickup

First off, I want to thank both Jacob and Tim for the very prompt responses to all my concerns on both the router sled and dust system that came early this Christmas lol . The proto, production dust system you sent works as hoped. Cuts down on the dust/ shavings Big Big time. I'll send more pics as I complete the final details/set up.

Good product

Really worked well. Nice to be able to get a true edge on a long board.

RGS - 48” x 96” Threaded Cross Feed Slab Mill

I recently purchased the RGS 48'X96" Threaded Cross Feed Slab Mill and it is exactly what I was looking for to level out rough sawn pieces of wood for making custom tabletops. It was easy to assemble and functions great. I had a few questions for Jacob, that he answered within a few hours of emailing them out. He is very knowledgeable on this product and was very helpful.
Thanks Jacob!
Great overall product and I would highly recommend to anyone thinking about purchasing this product!

Game changer

This system is a game changer! I have used the 48x96 threaded mill a few times now. It’s nice to start my projects with a flat slab. My only issue is that one side of my track will not line up perfectly and my sled gets hung up.

True Trac Router Plate

I purchased the True Track Router plate for a shel project that has dadoes cute in the support pieces. The support piece against the wall has dadoes perpendicular with the length of the support piece. The front support pieces are 15.3 degrees from vertical. like a ladder would be. This means the dadoes have to be at 15.3 degrees, it is an easy task because of the extreme versatility of the Tru Track Guide system.