Rockler just came out with a new T-track tabletop that is made from a 40″ x 28″ x 1-1/8″ slab of melamine-coated MDF and several lengths of their universal T-tracks. An optional steel shop stand allows you to get up and running quickly and easily.
The tabletop is equipped with 5 intersecting T-tracks, 3 that span its length and 2 that span its width. This should give you reasonably good clamp and jig positioning flexibility. You can probably build in additional T-track sections, such as if you mainly work with smaller workpieces, but if you do that you may as well just build your own tabletop.
Rockler’s universal T-track accepts 1/4″ and 5/16″ T-bolts, as well as standard 1/4″ hex-head nuts and bolts. This means you can use a wide range of available clamp and jig components, or you can make your own fixtures.
One thing to note is that all 6 T-track intersections are interconnected, allowing you to slide a clamp or fixture anywhere it’s needed without having to remove it to go from one track to the next.
The tabletop is edged with 3mm black banding, and has a steel base that connects quickly to Rockler’s 36″ x 24″ shop stand, or your own.
Pricing is at $230 for the T-track tabletop, and $160 for the shop stand.