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Forum topic by Lee Imbimbo posted 02-23-2010 12:55 AM 1192 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Lee Imbimbo

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02-23-2010 12:55 AM

We’ll I have all the pieces for my Router Table except for the Miter Track and the Router insert plate. I’m thinking about the Incra Aluminum Router Plate for my Triton TRC-001 Router, and the Kreg Dual Track. From everything I’ve come across I think this combination would work really well and serve almost any need I can come across for my Router Table.

I wanted to see if anyone else had any bad experiences with the Incra Plate and Kreg Dual Track. I’m hoping to get this stuff ordered this week so that I can get the Table built by the end of March.

Thanks for the help.


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#1 posted 02-23-2010 04:09 AM

I just bought the woodpecker aluminium insert plate also to use with the Triton TRC-001. I just got it and haven’t and I’m in the building process too. If the Incra fits the Triton router, I think you’ll be OK. I chose aluminium for it’s rigidity. Sorry I don’t have experience with the Incra plate, but they seem to make quality products. I also don’t know about the kreg track. I have ordered most of my T-track from Peachtree recently, I’ve seen the kreg track and it seems nearly identical.

-- Glen

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#2 posted 02-25-2010 07:42 AM

Does anyone have experience with the woodpeckers combination track. It seems like it would be a slightly cleaner installation.

Almost every other track uses screws to mount the track, which I would suspect could potentially bind a miter guage, as it collects sawdust and builds up. The woodpeckers track has the added benefit of being mounted using 1/4” bolts from underneath, and it could even supply a place to adhere a ruler.

Not to mention the woodpeckers track is almost ten dollars cheaper than all the others.

Thanks for your posts.

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