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Hello, new to the forum and i look forward to learning from you guys on how to get the most out of my new router. I the planning stages for a new router table and work bench for my very tiny work space in my garage. I have always loved working with wood and recently quit my full time job to have a break from the corporate world and spend some time on some new interests.

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Hi M. Welcome to the forum. You could build a bench top table and use it on your bench. You could build just a table top and mount it on sawhorses so that you could just stand it in a corner or against the wall when not needed. A top with folding table legs will also work. There are many tables to look at if you use the Community Search function.

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