Two questions from a man with no imagination.
I have a table that is a wing to my cabinet saw. So far, so good, I like the setup a lot.
I've been using the router table to rout reliefs in large boards, most recently to relieve an outer jaw for my bench vise. That is, to rout a relief that is long, wide and deep enough in one face of the bench vise jaw, so it fits over the outer jaw of the metal vise.
The wooden jaw is a long one, about 25 inches.
What are your ideas on a jig to set stops at both ends?
And how on EARTH do you control and collect dust on a cut that isn't a through cut, or along one edge?