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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-25-2009, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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This site has so much helpful information that every time I visit I have to go back to the drawing board to rework my router table plans.

Today while checking router prices at the Grizzly store in Bellingham I came across the Grizzly Sliding Table Router Table and was wondering if anyone in this forum is using one and what their comments are.......

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I have seen some in the catalogs and magazines but nothing personal,

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Here's a link to it on .......
Grizzly G0528 Router Table | Grizzly

Looks like quite a machine. How practical it really is though I have no idea.
Safety advantages seem sound but the rest still relies on feed rate, feed direction, RPM and a sharp bit. It would be sweet to try it out and see though.
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I did that too. It's shaping up to be dramatically different that I'd originally envisioned. I say "shaping up" because as soon as I got the top made and showed my bride what it was capable of, she's coming up with all kinds of ideas of things for me to make. <g>

Something I was told early on and I'll pass on to you is: if you really get into using your router, you'll keep seeing changes you'll want to add to your next table. Some tell me they're on table 4 or 5.

If you're happy with your first table, great! If you find yourself thinking about building another over time, don't beat yourself up; you're in good company! <g>

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