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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-04-2015, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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Question 09422 mast-r-lift ii complete table package

I currently have the Bench Dog® ProTop Contractor Portable Router Table. And now I want to up grade and I'm looking at: the 09422 mast-r-lift ii complete table package or Kreg prs1040 precision router table system.

Have any of you used one of these and which do you think I should get?
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Welcome to the forum Carl . I'm sure the experts will have some info for you soon .
We have a member here that bought that table I believe not long ago . Hopefully he sees your thread .
Myself after seeing a lot of user reviews here I've gone towards Incra products

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Carl, the best combination of router, table and accessories is the one you are most comfortable working with.

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Carl, the best combination of router, table and accessories is the one you are most comfortable working with.
Mike the only one I have worked with is the Bench Dog® ProTop Contractor Portable Router Table. That is why I posted here and asked the question.
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Hi Carl and welcome. Do you find your current setup deficient in some way?

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Carl, changing to a different table may alter some of the methods you work with but the results will be the same. Nothing but practice improves your routing. Making mistakes, noticing them and taking steps to improve your skills is all it takes. The first box I built with simple rabbit joint construction had some gaps in the seams. Now I can make them with tight fitting joints because I built a bunch of them to practice.

Which features of the two tables you mentioned appeal to you? The lift? The fence adjustment? Something else? Both choices are popular with forum members. Only you can decide which is best for the way you prefer to work.
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