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Been thinking about doing this for a long time, finally got started on it today. Not sure where I'll end up -- but for now I have an M12V and a 690 in the top. New fences will probably be the next item, then come lower cabinets and DC issues to resolve.

But, it's nice to have a router table set up after not having one around for a few weeks due to re-arranging the shop.



And once again, as per my normal modus-operandus (sp -- is that how you spell -- 'dumpster diving')... free materials only.
 

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Stan that is really neat. I like that idea especially when you are working with two different profiles run one through and go right to the other. Looks like it will save yourself a lot of time. Really like the fence on the left might just take copy of the pic and make me one of them up.
 

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I like that idea,,, Stan... I can sure see the advantages of that setup...and I also like your shopping methods,,,,hahahah... we're on the same page,,,
 

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Great Job Stan. I like the Ideal. I now have 2 router tables. I use my old table with a Round over bit mounted all of the time and my new table with my Bosch mounted in it does the majority of my work.

I am also a Certified Scrounger. I piked up some more Wood Fencing the other day that Katrina left for me. I just wish I had room for more of it. I think I have about 30 or 40 BF of Old fencing now. The biggest thing is removing the nails and sorting it. :D
 
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