Track Saw Accessories
Repeatable Rip Cuts from Your Track Saw
Everyone who has wrangled a full sheet of plywood around a table saw immediately recognizes the advantages of track saws for breaking down sheet goods. Keeping the unwieldy sheet stationary and moving the saw down a precision-made rail makes a lot of sense, but how do you get two (or more) pieces to come out exactly the same width? Just like the rip fence on a table saw, Woodpeckers new Parallel Guide System takes measuring and marking out of the equation and uses a physical reference to ensure your last cut is exactly the same as your first. The Parallel Guide System locks onto your Festool, Makita or Triton guide rail and instantly aligns the cutting line parallel to, and a specific distance from, the edge of your stock.
The modern track saw has taken the market by storm. It puts industrial table saw accuracy in the field for remodelers and trim carpenters, and for the garage and basement woodworker, it cuts the shop space required to handle sheet goods in half (compared to a table saw). The concept is simple…put the guide rail on your workpiece, drop the track saw on the guide rail, and a straight cut is guaranteed. But, “straight” isn’t enough. Cuts typically need to be parallel to an existing edge, perpendicular to an existing edge, or at a specific angle. We took care of “parallel” last year when we released the Parallel Guide System. Now we have “perpendicular” (and nearly every other angle) under control with the Adjustable Track Square. The Adjustable Track Square mounts to your Festool, Makita, or Triton guide rail in seconds. Once it’s mounted you have locked-in accuracy for square cuts and cuts at any angle up to 60°. Learn More