I've just bought a Record Power RPMS-R/MK2 router table. https://www.dm-tools.co.uk/product.p...R#.W3SMKc5KjIU
I contacted Record Power custumer service see below.
" I can get a feeler gauge under the straightedge, 0.8, 0.7 and 0.6mm. "
What do forum members say,would this gap affect the accuracy of the router table in any relavent way? Also using the same precision straightedge. I laid the edge across the cast iron table on both sides, going over the aluminium sliding table. I see the outer edge of the sliding table is quite noticible below the level of the cast iron table. It might be this can be adjusted so both tables are perfectly level with each other. If not I can see problems, like raising cabinet door panel, using the sliding table?
" I recently bought this via DM Tools who then order from you. Last couple of days I've been assembling it.
I have the cast iron table on now. I used a precision straightedge to check the table for flatness,diagonal corner to corner.
One diagonal is spot on for flatness. However the other diagonal I can get a feeler gauge under the straightedge, 0.8, 0.7 and 0.6mm. Greatest being near the hole in the table. Is this discrepancy normal, acceptable within tolerance?
Record Power support reply,
" Thank you for your email dated 13th August 2018.
I was concerned to hear of the issue raised in your email, Please could you supply a photo of the issue you have encountered with your router table. Also does this affect the work that is being produced on the router table.
Thank you for taking the time in contacting us.