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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-25-2019, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Ok so I have started breaking this router table down to get it cleaned up. Here is a before an dater picture of the table.
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Wow Larry.... you lucked out.

I think you, me & one other on this forum have this router table setup.

Except I bought just the top & lift only at a co$t. Not crazy for the inserts
though and found it easier to make my own from polycarbonate on my cnc.
Now my cast top just sits off to the side while the lift is in the FAT300 table.

Congrats on the savings
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Wow Larry.... you lucked out.

I think you, me & one other on this forum have this router table setup.

Except I bought just the top & lift only at a co$t. Not crazy for the inserts
though and found it easier to make my own from polycarbonate on my cnc.
Now my cast top just sits off to the side while the lift is in the FAT300 table.

Congrats on the savings

Thanks, What kind of inserts have you made for it?
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Clear polycarbonate ones, I'll get a picture later.

The orange inserts have a nice angular groove to them
which make them unique and they cost. Having access
to the cnc I just drawn up a few different opening. The
areas where the 'threads' are I bumped out the PC for
a friction fit. Using the same tool for the orange inserts.
Few trial & errors but it worked out. PC is sorta soft so eventually
they will give up. Cnc'ing them keeps me stocked.

Tune in after 7pm NY time

Lol... Mike has it or did a review in '15
https://www.routerforums.com/general...oor-model.html

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OK, I have a company phone.... no iphone so.
Hopefully you'll get an idea of what I was saying.
Definitely be careful when starting a blank insert, ya never know.
So far it's worked fine.
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OK, I have a company phone.... no iphone so.
Hopefully you'll get an idea of what I was saying.
Definitely be careful when starting a blank insert, ya never know.
So far it's worked fine.
Those inserts look nice, we may have to talk about getting some later.
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