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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-30-2008, 11:12 AM Thread Starter
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Hey all, there's a local moving sale here and a guy is selling this table with all the accessories, fence, clamps, router plate, and the full size floor stand for 100. I don't think I can touch building and equiping one to equal this for that price. This is the photo form the mfg website. The fence and plate are a little different the the picture. What do you all think?
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That's a good price But I would use the table for a work bench and make your own cabinet for the top..


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Hey all, there's a local moving sale here and a guy is selling this table with all the accessories, fence, clamps, router plate, and the full size floor stand for 100. I don't think I can touch building and equiping one to equal this for that price. This is the photo form the mfg website. The fence and plate are a little different the the picture. What do you all think?



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I will probably make a cabinet for underneath it, and a dust shield around the router.
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When you say there is some difference between the photo and the plate and fence offered for sale be aware that the plate and fence are most likely a different brand. Rousseau plates are the most popular in the world and they have a slightly convex top which assures the wood always passes the bit at the same height. Other companies have copied this design minus the patented features and usually change the color on one or more parts. An example of this would be Woodpeckers or Harbor Freight. Any brand except Rousseau should be flat. All that said the set you show is a reasonable price and should serve you well. I hope you took the time to visit Oak Park and look at the Router Workshop table. Having tried many tables I have learned that Bob and Rick's "Simple is better" methods make the most sense to me.

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I have that fence....very sweet deal.

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Unfortunately, I procrastinated, trying to decide if I wanted to spend the money before my wedding in July, went back and missed it by an hour.
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The metal frame is a bonus because it gives you so much more flexibility. You can have change out table tops and there's no reason why you can't over hand too.
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Sorry you missed out. Probably happened to everyone at least once. I just picked up a similar table (Rockler) and router today from Craigslist. I thought it was at a good price, but it wasn't THAT good.
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Right now Rockler is selling their bench top router table for $100... while they last. Don't wait around or this one will be gone too.

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I don't know I still like building my own, even if I didn't know what I was doing when I built it,

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