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Fortunately, I never had to build a router table.

The Oak Park table I bought from Canada does everything I need....
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The Oak Park table I bought from Canada does everything I need....
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I haven't set it up yet (very long story), but I have the gen2 version of this table. Sommerfeld stopped making router tables a while back, but I heard they are getting ready to restart production. These things are not at all inexpensive either. I hope to have my shop up and running by this upcoming Spring.


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I haven't set it up yet (very long story), but I have the gen2 version of this table. Sommerfeld stopped making router tables a while back, but I heard they are getting ready to restart production. These things are not at all inexpensive either. I hope to have my shop up and running by this upcoming Spring.
After I built my first router table, I would never buy one ready made. Way I see it, if I make one I get exactly what I want and need. If I buy one I get what someone else thinks I want and need - and they are never right.

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Nice looking setup James!

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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This is my new Kreg rt (minus dust control attachments.) I will include a couple of drawers & shelves within the table frame plus under-table dust collection box & then post more pics when done.Above table dust is controlled by the in-fence dust port James jj777746.
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This is my new Kreg rt (minus dust control attachments.) I will include a couple of drawers & shelves within the table frame plus under-table dust collection box & then post more pics when done.Above table dust is controlled by the in-fence dust port James jj777746.
I was wondering about dust collection . Is their an attachment for the fenced, or are you building that ?

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Hi Rick, the table top dust port fits on the rear of the fence & comes as part of the complete package.James.jj
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