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Festool MFT Slot Jig

When I first started using Festool products a couple years ago, one of the first items I purchased was an MFT3 (Multi-Function Table).  I ended up selling my MFT (that's another story), but really liked the versatility of the MFT…

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TrackTubes.com : Simple Slab Sled

There's no doubt one of the hottest trends in woodworking is using live-edge wood slabs for furniture making.  The first step in a project like this is usually flattening your wood slab by using a router sled.  There's an endless…

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TrackTubes.com: Reboot

Well, it's not a total reboot, but after months of taking a break from The Track Tubes Project because of life (health, fires, travel), I'm finally back home in Southern Utah and working on the project.  Due to the interest…

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Track Tubes Have Arrived!

Over the past few months, I've been recovering from hip replacement surgery and anxiously waiting for the first production run of the T-Track Tubes aluminum extrusion to arrive.  Well, I'm excited to announce they're here!  The heavy duty, beautifully-anodized aluminum…

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Track Tubes: Miter Saw Station

One power tool you'll see in most shops, garages, or on the job site, is a miter saw. If all your work is completed in your shop or garage, then the saw is most likely used on a bench. But…

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Track Tubes: Just an Idea?

If you want the short answer to What are Track Tubes, then this is not the place to be.  Here I will give you the "long answer," from my initial idea to where we are today … so lets get…

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No Wife Required with Track Tubes

We all love our wives or significant others ... well, most of us.  They're not only our best friends and partners in life, but the first person we normally call on when we need an extra hand in the shop.…

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