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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-24-2010, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Question Veritas router table

I've been looking at the Veritas router table and want to know if anyone has one? I read that to mount a router you only use clamps without any drilling. Can these clamps really hold a heavy router? I have a 2hp craftsman. I know the table is steel,but , only 24" wide, is this wide enough? I've seen the MLCS table and the bench dog pro table which is wider.
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Greg,

I have seen that table in the catalog but haven't seen one live. I *can* say that everything I've bought with the Veritas name has been top quality. I have little doubt this would be true of their table as well.

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I've owned their steel table since the 1990's & I like it a lot. The clamps hold a Freud FT2000E 3-1/4 HP plunge router with a large panel raising bit just fine. No slippage at all.
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I've had their table, fence and sled for several years now. I hang a Hitachi M12V, Hitachi TR12 or Makita 3612BR from it with no problem at all. I built a maple frame for it to sit on and clamp the frame between two bench dogs on one side of the bench and two Record speed clamps on the other side of the table. This set up is rock solid and both the top and frame are easly taken down and stored out of the way.
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