|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||33.2 x 2.8 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||MITERCHANNEL32|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
INCRA Miter Channel - 32" (One per package)
|Price:||$17.50 + $4.38 shipping|
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Why trust the operation of your Incra Miter Gauge or Miter Slider in just any miter track. The Miter Channel was designed with the same Incra quality and precision to act as the perfect guide for all of your miter needs. Each channel is constructed of hard anodized aluminum for durability with Incra's trademark gold finish. Mounting is easy with pre-drilled holes and included fasteners; simply cut a 1-1/8” wide, 1/2” deep groove in your table. Create a laminated fixture using 1/2” thick material on either side of the channel. The “T-Slot” design can be used in conjunction with hold-downs. Will work with any standard 3/8” x 3/4” miter bar.
From the Manufacturer
Now you can add an INCRA T-Slot Miter Channel to any router table or user-made fixture for use with your miter gauge, feather boards, hold-downs or sliding jigs. Works with INCRA Miter Sliders and INCRA Miter Gauges or any standard 3/8-inch by 3/4-inch miter bar. T-Slot design for hold down capability. Mounts easily with pre-drilled holes and included fasteners. Hard anodized aluminum for durability.
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It's great stuff: Accurate, strong enough, square, easy to install. I use a router and a straight edge to do it.
If you are installing it on a table that is going to have a laminate top make sure you do the final depth trimming of the slot AFTER you put the laminate top on. You want the top of the miter slot flush with the top of the laminate or tools that use the hold down bars may bind.
Also, screws that come with it are good for Baltic Birch or wood, for MDF I prefer drywall screws - which fit.
I wanted a miter slot perpendicular to the one in my band saw table that's parallel to the blade. I made a clamp-on, laminate-covered top and milled a slot for the miter channel. Now I can run my Incra miter gage perpendicular to the blade and quickly set it to compensate for blade drift. Great stuff!