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My shot at a router table. What you see is two routers, a fixed base in an lift and a plunge with a bitjack. The fence will work with either. I've set up for a pin router, for when I get time to work with it. :-)
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First Class set up.... Nice work Jim!
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Quite a set-up Jim, I, and I'm sure we all look forward to some great projects using the Incra.

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Quite a set-up Jim, I, and I'm sure we all look forward to some great projects using the Incra.
harry, you bring out a good point, we all post pictures of tables, but projects seem to lag.

i have yet to see a pictorial of a project built with a table using the incra. maybe i missed it.

maybe Jim has one to post soon.

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It sure looks like a well-planned and thought-out setup Jim.
Thanks for the pictures.
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Hey big dawg.... don't know which is sweeter, this whole gallery thing or your rig! I like how the pin router has been incorporated into the table and the fact that it's removable is cool. Can't wait to see the cabinet she ends up on....great work bud!!
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That's a table with a lot of BLING! Very cool!

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Jim you do nice work, that is quite the set up!! I too am looking forward to seeing it in action.

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