And the brainstorming continues:
After much thought, the necessary thickness to recess the t-track would make the jig too thick to allow for use with the router, there simply would not be enough depth left to work with. Why build just a sawboard?
On to version 2.0:
This sawboard would double as a routerboard on the left side. Base made up of 2 lengths of 3/16” hardboard glued together. Guide on top would be 1”x2” aluminum rect. tube with a groove cut out for 4 feet, same on base in that area such that a 1/4” bolt could pass through. The top would still have a t piece across to register one side of the ply to be cut. The bolt would attach to a block below and then be tighten from above allowing a fairly quick adjusting jig. Maybe not as quick as the toggle but not too bad. Wondering if there will be too much play/angle splay to keep the piece restrained – any thoughts would be appreciated. I will call tomorrow to source the tube for pricing. Maybe even smaller like 1/2”x1” or even channel if its cheaper.
-- Sneaking up on the line....