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Project by kvadrowood posted 02-26-2018 03:37 PM 2169 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Not found in the workshop of the T track. I had to make aluminum cork (thickness 2 mm)





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NotaJock

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#1 posted 02-26-2018 04:26 PM

That would be a handy thing to know, unfortunately my system/connection is too slow for movies.
It looks like you’re cuttinig that track out of something I can’t recognize.
What is that something?
Thanks

-- Mike in SoCal

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kvadrowood

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#2 posted 02-26-2018 04:47 PM

it is cornice

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helluvawreck

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#3 posted 02-26-2018 10:57 PM

You did a nice job on this. Nice work!

helluvawreck aka Charles
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#4 posted 02-27-2018 09:46 AM

In the USA adding the word “rail” behind cornice will find you pictures of what he is starting with, then simply saw off what isn’t a T Track.

My experience with the cornice rail is it is dandy for hanging a low weight item from, but heavier duty T Track will much better endure the rigors of the prying motion one gets with a T Track when trying to use clamps set in the track.

If you don’t have access to heavy T Track it is a very smart approach to making something similar with items you do have access to. For just sliding a rail within a track it would work just like any T Track.

Good job Vladimir.

-- Think safe, be safe

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kvadrowood

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#5 posted 02-27-2018 09:53 AM



In the USA adding the word “rail” behind cornice will find you pictures of what he is starting with, then simply saw off what isn t a T Track.

My experience with the cornice rail is it is dandy for hanging a low weight item from, but heavier duty T Track will much better endure the rigors of the prying motion one gets with a T Track when trying to use clamps set in the track.

If you don t have access to heavy T Track it is a very smart approach to making something similar with items you do have access to. For just sliding a rail within a track it would work just like any T Track.

Good job Vladimir.

- therealSteveN


Exactly. I do not have access to buy T Track. Therefore, exit from the situation this way

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therealSteveN

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#6 posted 02-27-2018 10:27 AM

Some day we will be able to access all of the different things we see in magazines, and online. I often see tools in Europe that aren’t available here, and wish….....

You took wishing a step further :-)

-- Think safe, be safe

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