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Jim - most any router that is not the "plunge" style with two legs will work in a table.
I had a Bosch plunge router in a table for years, BUT - it was not the optimal choice. I removed the springs in the legs and made it into one solid frame so it wouldn't budge.
for a novice and someone that doesn't change bits often, it is "okay".
if you change bits and elevation often, you may be more satisfied with the designated Router Lift.
clue us in on your hobbies and how a router would be used in your shop.
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