Before I had a bench or worktable, I clamped pieces to my tablesaw extension to work on them. It was a poor setup. So, when I built a worktable recently, I inserted two parallel lengths of T-track, several inches apart, in the table’s surface. A hold-down in each track easily secures a panel for carving or setting inlay, or other workpieces for sawing. Rubber drawer liner between the table and workpiece prevents marring. Jim Richey
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