Join Date: May 2008
Location: Cincinnati Ohio
Thanks for the replies.. I am starting to think if just clamping a featherboard to the top..
at that thickness I am really concerned now.. I think long term I need to just make a new top.. but that's for another day..
Also, I don't understand part of Gene's response
"I don't know if I could even find a T track to fit my odd sized miter gauge bar"
A t track and a mitre guage are two different things.. I was wanting to add both. In reality, all I need is a t track.. I don't need a mitre slot, because of the sled method described above, which in my honest opinion is better for end grain routing in every way..
I am also thinking of just using my t track bit I have, and routing a t track in without an aluminium one.. that way I would be taking the least possible out of my top. Also, before someone corrects me, I would first use a straight bit, and then follow that up with a t track bit.
As always, thanks for the responses.
Last edited by autoBrad; 12-30-2009 at 08:15 PM.