New build problem? Or is it?
I decided that I need to extend my Kreg Benchtop Router Table as it was to small. It needs to be expanded at the back by about 350mm (14") and the right hand side also needs to be extended by the same amount.
I have built a new router table top and have inserted the Kreg original top into it.
I could have gone about in a better way, hindsight is marvellous, but overall it should be ok in the long run when it is finished. However, I have a little problem that I need some advice on please.
The Kreg component is not quite flush with the new top. (Lots of four letter words!) The picture attached shows the size and location of the problem. The Kreg section has been glued in with epoxy so it cant be taken out again easily.
Although the corner is .75mm (less than 1/32" too low, as its only the corner hopefully it wont cause me to much grief. In the middle of the side its .3mm (about 1/64") and at the back in the middle the drop is .3mm.
Any suggestions please? Is it necessary to build up the lip, and if so, what would be the best thing to use so it doesn't look awful? Or can I just leave it? Or, is the only solution to spend many hours cutting the Kreg Top out and having to redo it?