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ChrisCarr

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#1 posted 07-01-2010 05:09 AM

Here is solutions to the problems you guys stated above that deal with a t-track bench..

Gregn: To remove dust from in a t-track just use a shop vac hose over top of it. To remove glue just run a bolt back and forth in the track to scrape off the glue. If you meant by “dinged” that the aluminum track would get dented then just make sure its mounted flush with the table top/surface (or 1/32 below).

To give the track more strength you could use long coarse screws and even some epoxy or contact cement.


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