The DadoRight™ jig and your router is the simplest way to make perfect fitting dados and grooves every time. The system uses a pivoting baseplate and a router. One side of the movement is limited by a fixed stop and the other side is controlled by an adjustable set plate. A perfect dado is easily made by setting the set plate, moving the DadoRight™ along the TrueTrac rail while simultaneously holding the router against the fixed stop. At the end of the first cut, the router is pivoted against the set plate and drawn back towards the operator. The travel of the DadoRight™ is controlled, and no matter how many passes are used to clean the cut, the final product is a great fit simply and easily.
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DadoRight™ for TrueTrac™ System
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Should I use the truetrac hold downs with this the Dadoright?
We recommend the use of the hold downs but could use another method to clamp down as long as it does not interfere with the travel of the DadoRight.
What is the difference between the dadoright and the true track
There are three versions of the DadoRight™, one for TrueTrack™, one for Festool™ and the standard version that fits most straight edge clamps. The top parts of the DadoRight are universal. The distinguishing characteristic is the mounting connection to whatever format you are using.