TrueTrac Carrying & Storage Case
If you're looking for a perfect way to store or move your TrueTrac Saw system easily, this custom carrying case is the way to go!
We manufacture this track saw guide rail case 100% in-house with two layers of 600 Denier PVC backed fabric, similar to suitcase material, sandwiching 1/4" thickness pleated foam for all-round protection. The interior has footer-style pockets to slide the track into along with hook-and-loop straps to hold the tracks in place.
The front embroidered pocket is 30 inches in length and can hold the 24 inch Cross-Cut track or other accessory items, except the Dado Jig due to the alignment tab that sticks out. Case also includes an adjustable shoulder strap, main carrying handle, #8 YKK zipper, and metal hardware.
The TrueTrac storage case is capable of storing up to 4 pieces of track when closed - For example, the 12ft kit (one 57", two 48" tracks) in the main compartment along with the 2ft Cross-Cut in the front pocket, or four full length tracks in the main compartment.
We manufacture 2-3 TrueTrac Saw guide rail cases per day, so if there is a back-order status please be aware that it may take a while to receive the case - Feel free to email or call to check if we have some on the shelf!
At first I didn’t purchase the carrying case but after using the True Trac system I realized that I needed a way to keep all of the pieces together. This is the perfect way to organize all of the components. I only wish it would accommodate the router plate.
Very Nice quality product. In the future just add a pocket for the toggle clamps an Allen wrench. Very nice Embroidery.
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.
I had never owned a trac saw but had read enough to know they were considered a great addition, particularly for sheet goods break down. It sounded like a great idea, especially given that I have lower back issues and a surgery once already and have to be careful about how much weight I maneuver around. And sometimes, it's not the sheer weight so much as it is the awkwardness-- like trying to handle 4'x8' sheets of 3/4" plywood on a table saw myself. I recently completed the construction of a new work shop, 30'x30' and decided it was time to take the plunge, but spending so much money for a limited use tool seemed like a bad idea. I'd heard about True-Trac and decided to give them a try. I have found it to be an absolute game changer, increasing speed and safety as well as accuracy and ease. The set-up was easy, although it would have been easier if I'd read the instructions all the way through first. In any case, I highly recommend True-Trac. They also seem to be great people to work with, which is a sweet bonus. The shop cabinets you see in the photo were built with the TrueTrac, and it got done in about 35% less time than similar work done in the past without the True-Trac.