Researched past posts on this already and I don't want to manually cut track anymore. I don't want to make a jig either.
I want to be able to cut 027, 0, Gargraves straight and flex track.
I saw some references to a Harbor Freight Chop Saw, but the recommendations were a little sketchy. I haven't ruled it out. It is certainly reasonably priced. I want to be able to make a line and cut to it nice and straight (then file it).
I know that larger (2") cutoff wheels work better than smaller ones. I have a standard grinder if there is a decent attachment that will allow me to line up the track and make the cut with it. That would require some sort of fence I believe.
Thanks as always.