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  1. Woodpeckers Combo Track
    Woodpecker Combo Track is a combination of T-Track and T-Miter Channel. It's most common application is in router tables. By using this track instead of simple miter channel, you add the ability to easily attach feather boards as well as use cross slide fixtures like Coping Sleds and miter gauges. Learn More
  2. Woodpeckers Super Track
    WOODPECKERS SUPER TRACK is a, heavy-duty, general purpose T-Track for a variety of woodworking applications. Super Track has (7) “T” shaped tracks distributed around all four sides. These tracks fit any standard 1/4” fastener such as 1/4” hex nuts, hex head bolts and 7/16” wide oval nuts. In fact it's these vary tracks that make SUPER TRACK so easy to install. Simply drill holes in the work surface, drop in some 1/4-20 hex head bolts and slide in SUPER TRACK. Very simple, very easy. A big advantage bolting from the bottom has over screwing down from the top is resistance to pullout. Bolting from the bottom had dramatically greater resistance to pull out. Learn More
  3. Hold Down Clamp, Pivot, Non-Slip
    The Hold Down Clamp is by far one of the easiest ways to clamp wood along an aluminum T-Track. It also has far more capacity then most surface mounted Toggle Clamps. Learn More
  4. Dual Purpose Track
    T-Tracks are one of the most useful components available for building many different shop aids. They're very adaptable to any jig where solid clamping and straight tracking are needed. Learn More
  5. Incra TT+ Scale Track

    Scale Track is essentially a standard T-Track with and adjacent adjustable scale. Like both Incra T-Track and Woodpecker T-Track, it features a recess for the screw head, a 4” punched hole pattern and fits in a groove 1-1/4” wide by 1/2" deep.

    Shipping time 10 to 12 weeks.

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  6. Toggle Clamps

    Toggle clamps are one of the greatest gadgets to have around your shop when you’re building fixtures. They’re often the perfect answer to clamping when you don’t have room for a typical clamp. They’re available to hold things down or up against a surface.

    They come in two basic styles horizontal and vertical which indicates the position of the handle when locked. Both styles are also available in a hold-down or push-pull types. We carry six different sizes of toggle clamps, so there’s sure to be one the size you need.

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JIG AND FIXTURE TOOLS & ACCESSORIES FOR WOODWORKING