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Amit, your router will work fine in most tables. The best value for your money is the Grizzly T10432 for $130. Other companies sell identical tables for $200 minus the legs.

When warm weather arrives you should come join us in Detroit to make sawdust. Just hop on the 401. :)
 

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If you are looking for the best budget buy, follow Mike's advice on the Grizzly T10432. I did, for the new Christmas Dewalt (trim router) kit. It has more to offer than other tables in its price range. With shipping, it will more likely be $150-$170 but you'll be set.

If budget is less of a concern, I liked the Lee Valley Veritas (steel top) table setup I used to have. It was steady and extremely versatile. I assume it's still sold. It cost more than most average tables but far less than many custom tables.
 

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Make one out of 2 sheets of 3/4" MDF.
Heck of a lot cheaper than anything you can buy.
Even the table in your avatar has more to it than that! Two pieces of MDF may make an OK table top, but even the Oak Park router table was a bit more complex than that!(laminate, mounting plate, a "box" to set it on, etc).
 

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I agree with Mike, the Grizzly has a lot to offer for the money. Later build your own cabinet under it and use the stand for some other bench top tool or work table. That is my intent with mine,
 

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Welcome to the forum, Amit.
 
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