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Default Wood Shaper as Router Table

I was using a homemade router table with a screwjack router adjustment to adjust the height of my router bits. In the corner of my shop, collecting the numerous items that a horizontal surface will, sat a 1985 Delta RS-15 Wood Shaper. I pulled it out from the corner, cleared the surface, and began to use it as my primary router table. WOW!! I can use it as a wood shaper/router table with 1 1/4", 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4" bits. Speed may be a problem? Not yet. I now need to hook up a 4" hose at the back to collect as much saw dust as possible.

Questions, comments and opinions sought. Will post picture of my shop soon.

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