Last weekend I decided to mount my router table on the unfinished cabinet I'm making. I wanted to get the table out of my house and thought I would just install it temporially and remove it when I got around to finishing the cabinet. Several weeks ago I bought some double stick tape at HD that was labeled heavy duty. I thought it would be strong enough and I could remove the top when I got around to making and installing the doors on the cabinet. I put the tape on the top of the cabinet on all four sides. I thought I could place the table and then move it a little if I didn't get it straight. I placed the table on the cabinet as close to straight as I could. When I tried to move it back a little I couldn't budge it...........instant bond like contact cement. I tried to lift the table off by pulling but even when I picked the entire cabinet off the floor the top wouldn't budge. Tues. I was installing the fence on my Unisaw I backed into the cabinet and turned it over. It hit the garage floor very hard and I was sure the top would be broken because I have a very large PC 7518 router mounted in the top. Nothing broke and despite the hard hit the table was still stuck to the cabinet. So FWIW if you are looking for a permanent way of attaching your table this it. Just be sure it's where you want it before you set it down.