Cutting Gargraves track, how do you do it?

Even cheaper, I have a 2" fiber cutoff wheel in this, I use it to cut track, brass tubing, etc.  Makes a nice straight cut.

You can also use the flexible wand with the Dremel tool to get a right angle cut, that's useful if the track is already down.

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Even cheaper, I have a 2" fiber cutoff wheel in this, I use it to cut track, brass tubing, etc.  Makes a nice straight cut.

You can also use the flexible wand with the Dremel tool to get a right angle cut, that's useful if the track is already down.

John, is the jaw of that clamp area wide enough to fit a track section's full width and cut the three rails simultaneously or is it necessary to keep repositioning the track to cut each rail individually?

Gentlemen,

    I have a Rockwell X2 Portable Table saw that I use for cutting most every type of track at any angle, for close out pieces, especially great for matching FasTrack close out track pieces, been using it sense the Saw became available.  Purchased it at Lowes for less than $80.00 with my Military discount.

Pine Creek/Dave

 

Never worry about what other people think, be strong and walk in the way of the Lord.

I cut the rails individually, it only has a 2" blade.  I got this with an assortment of tools nice and cheap.  It came with a really nice press and tools, a mini table saw, and a Dumore 1/8" precision drill, all for $150.  I usually use this for cutting the brass tubing for smoke unit upgrades, makes it easy to get square cuts for the stack extensions.

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