1) Submitted by
Dave, from Caldwell, ID
I have seen the tops you have available for routers, table saws and drill presses for years. I decided to make one for my radial arm saw using your T track and T track intersection kits. The top is made of two pieces of 3/4" MDF with 1/4" deep slots cut in each piece to accomodate the T tracks. Everything went together well, the T tracks are 1/2" below the top surface so the saw blades will not cut into them and it works quite well, so far.
2) Submitted by
Chris Gio, from Jessup, PA
Great product, precision made, but geared towards the novice. Anyone with any shop skills a can easily miter lengths of the alumminum t-track to accomodate any jig or platform. At 20 dollars an intersection thats 80 dollars for 4 intersections and you still have to cut lenghts of t-track to fill in the jig or platform.
I bought this product thinking it was a set of at least 2 or 4 intersections but it was just one [set of 4]. It's still in the package. I may use it for a jig.
The rest of the math is up to you.:)
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