When working with two different thicknesses the general rule of thumb is to set everything for the thinner thickness and use the corresponding screw. For example, in your situation you will want to use the 1/2" settings and…"
Unfortunately when working with larger pieces like this you kind of have to improvise. I know some people when working with larger pieces have used ratchet straps in order to hold them together while joining. Some use…"
Sorry for the delay in responding as I was having our Marketing team look this over to double check. That piece was adding to the plan in error. We have since corrected this error and a few other we found and the new version…"
I was curious if you are using fine threaded screws when you are joining your materials. If not this could cause your material to split. If this is not the case it could be in the dryness of the wood itself. If it…"
I'm sorry to inform you that we do not have a quick fix for this situation. However, I know we have had some customers create their own levelers to place in the corners in order to match up with this lift. Unfortunately…"
Depending on the density of wood you are screwing into it can cause additional issues with joining your material. First off I'm assuming that you are using our fine threaded screws since you are working with hardwoods. If this is not…"
As long as the router is installed properly onto the plate you should be able to raise the router high enough to use the wrenches to loosen your bit. If you have any other questions please let us know. "
I was curious if you could supply me with a picture. There will always be some tear out due to the way the bit is entering the wood. If I could see what you are getting I would be able to tell you if this is an acceptable…"
You should be able to but it would depend on the condition of the wood used and how the crates are assembled. If the two pieces are not cut square, it could cause the joint to not pull tight or pull at an angle. Would you…"
The jig will work with Mitered cuts but not for a 90 degree corner like you are referring to. The reason being is that there is not enough material for the screw to hold on to causing it to come through the other side.…"
I would not recommend using the 1" fine thread screws with your plywood material as these will strip out easily during assembly. For this application I would use coarse threaded screws. You will also need to make sure…"
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I wish I would have known before purchasing what I did that the Bench Klamp would not work with the Mini-Trak.I dont think I saw anything in the description stating that. I would have considered buying the larger Trak instead or another accessory in place of the Bench Klamp that would be compatible.
Sorry about the ambiguity. The crescents that I was referring to seem to be cuts into the anodized aluminum made by the drill bit or chuck that made the fastening holes in the bottom of the Trak. I can send a pic if you need one. Thanks for your quick response!