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    DIY T-track BOLTS with HANDY JIG for quick proces. MUST SEE FOR EVERY TABLE SAW OWNER

    Hello,

    I would like to share this with you so that you can also solve the same problem that I had with my table saw.
    I made these T track bolts myself for the slots of my makita MLT100. Thanks to the handy jig, these bolts can be made very quickly and always perfectly tailored.

    Hopefully I can help you with this.



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    unfortunately my old craftsman table-saw doesn't have that option

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    My old no-name chinesium one doesn't have t-slots either; in fact I don't think I've ever seen t-slots on a table saw before, but the jig is sound; I've got to make some tee-slot bolts for a small lathe milling attachment; I think I'll steal the idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruce.desertrat View Post
    My old no-name chinesium one doesn't have t-slots either; in fact I don't think I've ever seen t-slots on a table saw before, but the jig is sound; I've got to make some tee-slot bolts for a small lathe milling attachment; I think I'll steal the idea!
    Go ahead my friend. I think it's great if I can inspire people! That is why I share my stuff! Good luck with it and let me know how they turned out!

    Greetings
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