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!
Don't know how I survived without one for so long. Used to chalk or pencil a line with a straight edge, that is no more. I mounted a Milwaukee cordless saw to the plate and have had no issues ripping hardwoods/softwoods off the sawmill for projects around the house. Awesome product!!!
I had this kit for 2 years before my truck and trailer were stolen. Now that I'm looking to replace it I find my self right back here to purchase another kit because I liked it so much. Just one of the projects I was able to use it for was building my own built in office desk that is 12' long. I was able to add all of my tracks to cut straight edges on 2x12 so I could join 3 of them to gather to make the top in the picture. They have a solid product and I never had any regrets buying my first set.
Best trac saw system I’ve used. 5 stars. Getting the gantry system next. !!!!!!!!!
I bought a bunch of rough sawn lumber and instead of attempting to use jointer to put a straight edge on each piece, I used your track system to accomplish the task. This actually had several benefits.
1. The track method saved an enormous amount of time.
2. It minimized the wood lost in the process of placing a single straight edge on each piece. I simply placed the tack down on each piece of rough sawn lumber and clamped it down after adjusting so the cut would remove the minimal amount of wood over the entire length of the piece.
3. The edge of the cut was smooth (no saw marks) and straighter than could be accomplished over the shorter horizontal surface area of the jointer table.
4. The cut edge was as smooth as you would expect coming out of the jointer milling process.
I highly recommend this tool for all wood workers.
The first time I used the true track, it wasn't straight. Seem you need to double check with a long straight edge to make sure the two pieces are straight. Just butting up the joint doesn't guarantee a straight edge cut.
It’s exceedingly rare to have any misalignment issues when joining our tracks. Id say less than 1:100 units have an issue and it’s easily solved. Take a trusted 90 degree square and see if the cross cut on the aluminum track itself is off on one of the tracks.
If it’s hard to tell an alternative method to check is to leave a business card gap between the tracks rather than butting them tightly together. If this provides an automatic straight joint with no fiddling, one of the faces is not exactly 90 degrees. If you can pin it down to an extrusion we’ll replace it for free!
If the two faces are pressed tightly together and both are not exactly 90 degrees then they will override the dovetail connectors and misalignment is the result.
Thank you for the honest feedback and I wish you would have reached out as soon as the issue came up so we could resolve it!