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Here's the shot of the expandiing T Track I use for my table saw and router table slots. The idea is really simple putting about a 2" slot in the track in both ends. Then use a chamfer bit to hold a wedge shaped bolt, a piece of CPVC, with a washer goes over the bolt, and a 5-star knob is used to tighten the bolt, which wedges the track in the slot, keeping my jigs securely locked in place.

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easy and efficient. beats trying to replicate the Incra method
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Thanks Steve….I really should just mke a few more of these….I'm always switching them out between different jigs.
easy and efficient. beats trying to replicate the Incra method
Steve.

- SteveMI
 

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Hmm… gears are turning in my head… this could be very useful for some jigs I've got… THanks for sharing!
 

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Glad I could be an inspiration Pete
 

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Very nice. I've made some out of oak for holding feather boards on my router table but this would be much faster and I have several short off-cuts of t-track laying around needing a purpose. Thanks!
 

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You're welcome Kenny!
Very nice. I ve made some out of oak for holding feather boards on my router table but this would be much faster and I have several short off-cuts of t-track laying around needing a purpose. Thanks!

- HokieKen
 
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