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  1. Woodworking Classifieds
    I have for sale a Grizzly T10432 router table with updated aluminum router table insert. Used but in great condition. $125. Also for sale a used Freud stile and rail cutter set model #99-764 with a brand new never used Freud glass panel cutter model #54-760. $75. These are located at my place...
  2. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hey everyone! So after posting last week about the cutting tool I already have, I bit the bullet and bought a brand new router. the whole purpose of my havingone was to mount to a DIY router table. I decided to buy the Skil 14 Amp Plunge and Fixed Base Router Combo It is on its way and won’t...
  3. Jigs and Fixtures
    So I recently have expanded into using a router with my projects and when I went to visit my parents, my dad gave me 2 routers that my grandmother had left me when she died. However with me living across the country I could only take with me what I could carry. Now I didn’t need anything...
  4. Table-mounted Routing
    Hey everyone, just picked up an older craftsman table saw with an attached Craftsman router table extension. So I know that not any router will fit but is there a universal attachment so I can fit a different one or do I need to find a Craftsman router for the table? Also it did not come with a...
  5. Table-mounted Routing
    I have this router table which is almost identical to the Charnwood W014 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/332710520900 It comes with two adhesive scales which are pictured in two different locations and could also actually be added to the top of each side of the fence. I assumed that they would be...
  6. Table-mounted Routing
    (Short version... looking for an aluminum (or other material) insert plate for my 1617evspk. Insert measures 14½ inches long, 11½ inches wide, and room for plate is ⅜ inches tall.) Longer version: I have a GMC Router Table (it was also made for many other companies... most known in the US is...
  7. Table-mounted Routing
    It's been a while since I posted on here. But I thought I would show my latest creation. It is long past due. I have been using a real crude router table I threw together a few years ago. As in many of my projects I wait for the parts to come together to start building. The top on this is 1.25”...
  8. Table-mounted Routing
    Recently,I downloaded plans to build a TS extension for router from FWW archives, you must have on line priveleges to access. Terrific plans. You simply bolt a plywood shelf under TS rails. Install a large allen screw in each of 4 corners of shelves for levelling router table. The router table...
  9. Table-mounted Routing
    After two years of use and development I have a new router lift to display. This is like no other router lift. It has two positions to mount the router. Vertical like the rest of the lifts and horizontal for mortise and tenon cuts. Its very accurate and hasn't lost any abilities in over two...
  10. Show N' Tell
    Hi, This is my first post. I have been reading your forum for a while picking up tips and tricks. I only starting woodworking about six months ago and recently built a router table. Below is the first project i built using the router table.It is a corner cabinet i built for my parents.I used the...
  11. Table-mounted Routing
    I’m building a easel and the center section is a channel and tenon assembly to allow the center board to slide up and down within the channel on each side. Routing the center channel in the center piece if straight forward on my router table. But the side boards on the easel where the tenons...
  12. Table-mounted Routing
    So I need a router table. Currently I have a bosch 1617 fixed base router screwed to a piece of MDF. I have been, and will be doing a lot of template work (1/4" template, 1/2" workpiece) and then chamfering or rounding over all the flush-trimmed parts. I will occasionally need a fence. So I'm...
  13. Table-mounted Routing
    So I need a router table. Currently I have a bosch 1617 fixed base router screwed to a piece of MDF. I have been, and will be doing a lot of template work (1/4" template, 1/2" workpiece) and then chamfering or rounding over all the flush-trimmed parts. I will occasionally need a fence. So I'm...
  14. Table-mounted Routing
    I am pretty new to woodworking and would like to build my own workbench and router table. Does anyone know where i could find some plans to do this?
  15. Woodworking Classifieds
    We are selling our Gerber Sabre 408 in the next month or so, and I wanted to give people on the forum a shot at it before I go the Broker or eBay route. It has the T Vac option, Automatic Tool Changer, 3D Software, all of the goodies. The machine is located in Cleveland, Ohio. It has been...
  16. New Member Introductions
    I stumbled on this site after I searched Marc Somerfield's router table. So far I read one review and it wasn't favourable. I am looking for people who own the Bench Dog table. I need to make raised panel doors to replace those dreaded white melamine doors we have now on our kitchen cabinets...
  17. New Member Introductions
    I am a Brasilian Woodworker and I like very much the router... I bought my first router Bosh TU-50 in 1982. Several peoples touch me: What's it? Congratulations to you. Thanks.
  18. New Member Introductions
    Greetings, All! I am new to his community. I just ordered a new SawStop contractor table saw, and am wondering about adding a router table to save space in my garage. I have a Bosch 1617, but may buy another dedicated router. Has anyone ordered a cast iron extension wing from SawStop and had a...
  19. New Member Introductions
    Good day all. I recently bought a Ryobi RE-1200 Router and RT-800 table, to improve my workshop setup with my smaller; portable router (Sparky 500W). What a pleasure to work with this table rather than my crude wooden setup! However, true to my nature, I try to improve continually, e.g. a. I...
  20. Table-mounted Routing
    I have some sink cutouts with plain laminate. I'm thinking about making a router table to fit on an extension of my TS. I'm worried that the MDF will sag. Can I reinforce it some way? I may be repeating another thread but what do you router-type folks use or recommend? I have two big box...
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