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Hi everyone. Just found this site, and since I just picked up the Bosch Router Kit from Amazon thought I'd check it out. I have a older craftsmen (20yrs) so thought it was time to up grade. I make mostly A & C style furniture and wanted to add some inlay work like dutchman for now and more as I get use to the router. From the reviews I read it should be a good router, time will tell. What are your thoughts? Do the orange and blue box stores carry the guide bushings? Also hoping to build a tablr to mount my router and was wondering if any one has built there's and if they'd mind sharing your plans or rough dimensions ( how tall, wide, deep). Ok time to go brush off the saw dust. Great looking site, thanks!

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Hello Paul, and welcome to the RouterForums. Glad to have you join us.




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Greetings Paul and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased you have chosen to join with us. Many here prefer to build thier own table. Mine was a "create as you go" kind of a thing. I am sure that others will be able to share more.

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Thanks for info . Lots more info on this site need to check it out .

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