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Offline PaulMarcel

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #30 on: January 27, 2019, 12:42 AM »
Thanks, Euclid! I put Angle Madness in a corner; I refuse to work on it off-camera. Some remodeling snowballed so I'm trying to finish that off before completing Angle Madness, which will be on camera. Fortunately, the project name lets me use the excuse that I caught the madness...

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Paul-Marcel: thank you for all the videos you've done in the past - I've found them entertaining, informative and inspiring.
But are we going to see a conclusion to 'Angle Madness' at some juncture?
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Offline travisj

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #31 on: January 29, 2019, 10:01 PM »
I have mine hanging vertically. I put up a strip of plywood and used screws to hang from the factory holes in the rails.  The heads of the small socket head Kreg screws fit perfectly.


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Offline NL-mikkla

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #32 on: January 30, 2019, 06:06 AM »
Not very visible, but I made some flexible storage for the rails using a French cleat system.
The cleats can be moved from left to right to fit several length rails.
Each "cleat" can hold 3 rails

Offline duburban

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #33 on: January 30, 2019, 08:41 PM »
Not very visible, but I made some flexible storage for the rails using a French cleat system.
The cleats can be moved from left to right to fit several length rails.
Each "cleat" can hold 3 rails

I don't trust myself to store them in the weak axis like that, I could destroy them all simultaneously.
helper: i used a festool "circular saw" to do something simple and it made it really hard

me: exactly, it makes simple cuts complicated and complicated cuts simple

Offline Df1k1

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #34 on: January 31, 2019, 07:59 AM »
 Originally thought of putting it on my garage but was getting a little too cluttered. Simply attach to the wall works fine for me

Offline LeeGinAZ

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Re: Show how you store your track saw guide rails
« Reply #35 on: Yesterday at 04:36 PM »
I welded up these ceiling brackets to store mine.  The shorter ones are just some 1/8" x 1.5" flat bar bent in sort of a J shape with rubbler lining to protect the rails.  The 3000mm rail sits across several another type of bracket I welded out of 1 1/2" x 1/2" rectangular tubing, again with rubber cemented to the top to protect the rail.  Both are handy for me, yet out of the way and protected from damage.