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Hello,

I'm trying to imagine the distribution of my small workshop after the purchase of some machines I hope I'll get soon.

According to CMT catalog, the height of Industrio router table is 93 cm. I need to know if those 93 centimeters include the fence.

To resume, please could anyone who owns this table measure the total height including fence?

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Sorry I forgot to add. Any opinions on CMT routers?

My intention is to get Industrio table with CMT7E router.
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Hi

I'm sorry I don't know what you want, I don't do cm, but it is 36 inches..without the fence..

Amazon.com: CMT 999.500.02 Industrio Router Table System with Precision Fence, Phenolic Insert, Cabinet, Zero Clearance Inserts, Centering Tool and Insert Plate with 2 Aluminum Rings: Home Improvement

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"cabinet measures 27 X 20-1/2 X 35-13/16 high."

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Hello,

I'm trying to imagine the distribution of my small workshop after the purchase of some machines I hope I'll get soon.

According to CMT catalog, the height of Industrio router table is 93 cm. I need to know if those 93 centimeters include the fence.

To resume, please could anyone who owns this table measure the total height including fence?

Thank you


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I think 93cm converts to 36-5/8". But you really want it to be comfortable for you. You can always adjust the height. I have 2 of these tables without the cabinet & different routers installed & they are a great product.

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Thanks for your help guys. My shop is small (a room in my house) and my idea is to make a high table and keep the industrio under it when it's not in use.

Thanks again!
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Hi

You're Welcome for my small part.
Now I see why you wanted it,,,

Total with the fence is 40 1/4" , with the wheels on the base it's 44 1/2" off the floor ,like James I have two of them the other one is 41 1/4" .. off the floor.

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Thanks for your help guys. My shop is small (a room in my house) and my idea is to make a high table and keep the industrio under it when it's not in use.

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Hi Cold,

The fence height shouldn't be an issue, because you can remove it when you want to store the table.
With the addition of your own sub-fences, the total height could vary so much you wouldn't even want to plan for it.

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