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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 09:52 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hi all

Just retired and digging out old tools to start some woodworking projects. Have an old Black and Decker router with no information. Looking to build a router table and mount it.

Will dig around the net for a while.
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Welcome niloc,
Lot of us are retired, I've did it twice already. Post the model number of the router, odds are someone here will have one. IMHO you need at least 2hp for a table. Can't do much with a 3/4 hp, except burn the motor!
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Cut it twice, and it's still too short!
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Welcome niloc,
Lot of us are retired, I've did it twice already. Post the model number of the router, odds are someone here will have one. IMHO you need at least 2hp for a table. Can't do much with a 3/4 hp, except burn the motor!
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Thanks Harry.

Model is a 7616 - D4 Type 1. It appears to be a 1 HP router.

Colin, NL
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Welcome aboard we may be old but if we build it right we will be imortal so make sure you sign your work.
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