Router is still my name said:
WOW! What a cool improvisation!! I've thought of putting it in a vise, etc. but NOT a router table!Router is still my name said:
Sweet! I love Bosch's little scrolling blade. Do you use it with the blade guides ( the arms that come in from the side to hold the blade) locked in?Router is still my name said:Thanks BJ,
I have a few packs of Bosch blades awaiting the new project.
The T shank blades are just great for quick changes, especially over the table.
The inverted position gives you a lot more control and the table insert eliminates tearouts and blade reflection on heavy stock. much more acurate cuts.
Bosch did the same thing about a year ago with a Skill table saw, router, jig saw set up like that.BrianS said:Black and Decker marketed a router/jig saw table years back. My first router came mounted in it, a grey plastic affair. Always thought it was a neat trick, but I've never had to use it with the jigsaw yet.
hey router,good job just reviewed your post on the jig saw hook up under the router table. my queston is what is the model# of your jig saw and what price range are they?Router is still my name said:
That's neat. Many years ago when J.C. Penney sold tools in their catalog, they had a steel table that could be converted to a router table,scroll saw table and a circular saw table. All I had to do was mount the tool to the underside of the table with the parts that were provided for each tool. Too much set up and take down so one day I decided I needed a router table so I cut out the center of the table and mounted a 1 1/2 inch thick formica top to it, mounted my router to it and this has been my router table. It even came with a switch and outlet which I plug my router into.Router is still my name said: