To add to what James says, many router tables will accommodate the MOF96, or the modern equivalents - deWalt DW613/DW615, Trend T5, Perles OF-808, etc - and you could also make your own, although many tables will require a collet extender to make best use of them. There is one further option, the deWALT DE6900 router table which was originally an Elu design specifically made for the MOF96/MOF69 designs but doesn't require a collet extender. Whilst this is a very small table it does include some very useful accessories such as the Shaw pressure guard, a trammel arm, fine depth adjuster and copy arm (allows you to do template routing with non-bearing cutters). The DE6900 can also be used as a horizontal router table as well as being convertible into a sub-base for hardwood lip trimming. If you need/want a bigger router table it could easily be dropped into the middle of a larger router table. I own one of these little tables and it's pretty useful and at £50 or so (in the UK) is a bargain, more so when you realise that the larger and more powerful deWalt DW621 and DW622 routers fit it as well
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