A couple of years ago I inherited this router table.
As you can see the table is fully adjustable up and down by turning the crank, and the rear can fold down to make a flat table. I also have side tables, not shown, that extend left and right to hold longer work etc.
The attached 1/2" Hitachi router came along with it, as did a speed control, and all work well. The fitted bit is a new Freud 1/2" dovetail bit.
The only fence/guard I got with it is this. Not sure how useful it is?
Now I have some router usage in my workshop self trained manner, and have made some jigs for plunge routing etc, but am now just getting into making things with more than butt joints and brad nails and screws
I have used standard router tables and get the idea, and have my eyes on a Kreg table, but I'd like to know if this is useful, how to use it correctly given the vertical position as shown is counter intuitive to using a standard fence.
I am wondering if this is for some different purpose than a standard table?
Anyway, advice, thoughts, wisdom etc all gratefully received.