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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-23-2014, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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I am new here and it looks like there is a great deal of talented individuals on here. I am excited to be able to have access to you guys advice and help.

I just ordered a Kreg Top and Kreg fence now I just need to find a good set of cabinet plans. The router I plan on using is a 2.25 hp Skil, I belive the model number is 1825.

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Hello Rich, Hope you like and enjoy the router forums make yourself at Home. Please participate by asking and answering questions, that is what makes this forum work!
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Thanks for the warm welcomes, I am not new to woodworking or using a router.

I have been using handheld routers for years with roundover bits for treated 2 x 6's on decks intsead of using the 5/4 boards the big box stores sell. HOWEVER I am a complete rookie with regards to the specialzed things you guys are doing and I have NEVER used a router table.

So I have been searching for a good set of plans for a router base/cabinet with some drawers and storage that I can build to attach my Kreg table to.
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Hi Rich and welcome to the forum. Have a look at the 2 links below.

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ter-table.html
https://www.google.ca/search?q=route...6LMM_P8ge26IAQ

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Thanks Chuck,

I saw quite a variety of tables after going through those links. I never realized how many different versions were out there.
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Thanks for the warm welcomes, I am not new to woodworking or using a router.

I have been using handheld routers for years with roundover bits for treated 2 x 6's on decks intsead of using the 5/4 boards the big box stores sell. HOWEVER I am a complete rookie with regards to the specialzed things you guys are doing and I have NEVER used a router table.

So I have been searching for a good set of plans for a router base/cabinet with some drawers and storage that I can build to attach my Kreg table to.
I route the edges with a 1/4 round bit is what I should have said instead of round over.
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