Author Topic: Sliding the track even it is locked  (Read 1397 times)

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Offline Tiny

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Sliding the track even it is locked
« on: December 13, 2021, 12:47 AM »
Hi My profession is to restore houses built before 1950. That includes time to time rot replacement jobs. To make it effectively I use routers to get a totally flat surface for glueing new wood to replace the rot.
I've been thinking could I have a use of mft3 to make the routing even faster. My concern is that is it possible to move the trac left and right even the height of the track is locked? Please if you have some ideas how the task could be done beter feel free to comment.

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