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#1 posted 02-10-2018 04:29 PM

I get not wanting to go to all that trouble just for a few more thousandths width in the t-slots. But if you were going to take large cuts, or cut aluminum, you really might want to use 5/16 bolts instead of 1/4.

If it were me I’d probably just use a router to open up those slots to size. Carbide 3/16 or 1/4 endmill, and a fence to guide the router. Alum cuts very easily, use some WD40 to keep it from gumming up, wouldn’t take very long at all. So long as you don’t mind taking things into your own hands. I’ve always kinda looked at machines as kits, to be modded and finessed to serve my purposes.


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