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I am looking for a good router/table set up. there are all kinds of choices out there,I would like to make a good choice first time out.at this time I will use the set up as a hobby building cabinets/picture frames etc.any help ,suggestions would be appreciated.
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Welcome. I just joined myself, but I'll go ahead and tell you what you'll be sure to hear - build a table yourself.

I had zero experience with a router before last weekend, and I think my table came out great.
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I am looking for a good router/table set up. there are all kinds of choices out there,I would like to make a good choice first time out.at this time I will use the set up as a hobby building cabinets/picture frames etc.any help ,suggestions would be appreciated.
Welcome to the forum; there are many here who can assist you getting what you want to do with a router. Just a reminder; there is more that can be achieved when the router is held in the plunge mode check out the material below.
If you wish to contact me by email tomodonnell75(at)live(dot)com(dot)au and I may be able to answer any questions you want to put to me personally

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Juat had alook at Tom 76 File and it seems he has done a great deal of routing that I may consider new routing techniques
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