It is the Kreg tabletop that I built a cabinet for a few years ago. I do use the tracks for pocket holes but also for other clamping needs. Scraping, light chisel work and such. I have used the accessories provided for squaring but not often. I also use them to clamp down my silicone sanding pad.Moving along well Rennie. The drawer-lock is my go-to drawer joint in most cases, Quick, nice looking, self-squaring and very reliable. Question on the table extrusions (Kreg, I think) . . . Do you find them useful beyond the pocket-hole joinery sort of thing? Do you use them for stops, squaring and so forth?
I'm planning a rolling table for the new shop. In typical Bradley-fashion I am trying to make it as useful as possible without turning it into a Rube Goldberg monstrosity. One of the things I had considered was t-track or dovetail grooves (for Match-fit clamps and stops) in a pattern on the top. Your thoughts?
I have been planning on building a roll around table/bench too. A year or so ago I happened on a sale of 1.25” thick Formica clad table top at Menards and also purchased, on sale, several lengths of rockier universal T track. The plan, so far, is to in lay two from end to end and two from side to side. Now all I need to do is build a structure to hold them up.