Jack, theoretically I could, but my TS is a Bosch, EU version of the 4100. The table is expandable outward on the righthand side (built in sliding table on the left). It suits me to have it on the inboard position 99% of the time, would have to leave it outboard if I fitted a router table. Have seen it done on Youtube, but I reckon some legs would be required to take the weight of a large router (I have a Ryobi Industrial R600, among others). I had a separate fold-down table for it, hinged to one end of my bench (I don't have a need for an end-vise), but since re-organising my shop, am re-thinking it. I also have a stand-alone router table for a large router and a small 1/4'", with a common fence. The table and fence are over a metre long each, which is great for some jobs, but loses the flexibility of individually adjustable fences. Hence my interest in your cabinet and kywoodchopper's one.
Not sure how you adjust the fences individually in your design?
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