WOW! THAT is one nice-looking piece of equipment! Anyone would be proud of that! Your planning and execution as well as choice of materials is superb! You certainly have good reason to be very proud!
I hope your broken leg recovers nicely! In 1980, I took a fall from 28 feet (8.4 m) and landed in a masonry scrap pile. I broke both forearms, both shins, 3 ribs and 6 vertebrae. My recovery was long and boring - but one thing I've always done is take the doctor's advice and recuperate at the rate suggested by my doctors! Now, having had numerous injuries and several major and minor surgeries, I can honestly say that everything is in good working order. I am thankful mostly for the many prayers sent-up by my friends and acquaintances. Also, I have chosen to adopt (many years ago) that these "downtimes" provide me a good opportunity for streamlining ideas, tools and documentation to make my shop and procedures be of maximum efficiency, in other words; TUNE-UP TIME. You have certainly created a router table with bells and whistles beyond imagination!
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