These attachments greatly improve speed and accuracy when making square cuts with a track saw. Easily mounted to a Festool track-saw guide, they essentially convert your guide rail into a large try square, providing an accurately square surface to register against the edge of your work.
Each version simply slides into the T-slot on the underside of the rail and locks firmly in position using an integral draw clamp, which hooks onto the lip on the edge of the rail and pulls the guide rail square tightly against it. The CNC-machined anodized aluminum body provides a 15 3/4" long, 5/8" thick registration surface for a reliable 90° reference against a panel edge. The low-profile body won’t obstruct your movement while you make the cut, and a small notch in the underside accommodates a track-saw guide clamp.
For typical applications such as breaking down sheet goods, the GRS-16 guide rail square is designed to be registered on the front edge of a panel. Hooking your thumb into the triangular cutout in the body lets you brace the square snug against your work throughout the cut.
The GRS-16 PE parallel-edge guide rail square has two machined reference faces, so it can be used on either the front or back edge of a panel, useful when cutting profiled or bevelled panels, or in other situations where the front edge of the panel cannot be used for reliable registration.
Offered here as a set, the two models can be used individually or in combination, which allows you to register against both edges at the same time for greater accuracy when making long rip cuts.
Compatible with Festool track-saw guides as well as those made by Triton and Makita. Made in USA.
Not available for shipment to Québec.
Please be aware that Festool does not condone the use of non-Festool accessories with its products, as indicated by conditions posted on the Festool website: "Use of any non-Festool products may affect performance or void the warranty. Festool is not responsible for any damages or losses incurred and the user assumes all risk and responsibility with non-Festool derived products."