Bosch Router Table
I have the DeWalt 618 router set and I mounted it in a Bosch RA1181 router stand.
Now I'm new to this router business and I purchased this equipment before I found this forum so I probably didn't make the best choices.
I started making some cabinets for a new workbench like the Full Service Workbench featured in Wood Magazine's How to build a Great Home Workshop.
I decided to use my router to cut the rabbets on the base and was doing fine until I got to the final pass to make the rabbets 3/4 wide.
I made a cut using a short piece of scrap and everything looked OK. Then I started making the final pass on the actual parts and noticed the cuts were not even and were deeper at the end of the pass on a 23-1/2" part.
I couldn't figure out what was happening until I started the final pass on another piece when I noticed that the router plate was shifting in the router table (about 3/32"). In other words the router plate that came with the Bosch Table is not a zero clearance fit.
Well I read somewhere that you should build your own router table but you must buy one in order to make your own - I guess that was good advice but you need to know the limitations of your purchased router table.