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Wanted! pictures of your router table!

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Okay members, here is your chance to brag. My son in GA, wants to see pictures of router tables to give him some ideas for his. I told him to look at mine and he don't need to see any others, but he didn't believe me. :)
So here are 3 of mine to get us started. Lets show him what you got.


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Well I tried to post pictures of my router table but I can not because I need 10 posts before I can post pictures.

I think I will move on.
Post #4.

Only six more posts and I can post a picture!
Trying to post pictures of my router table. I hope it works.


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Thank you Mike I wanted something heavy to dampen vibration and minimize noise.
Did it work? I seems to me it should. You don’t have to worry about someone walking off with it either.
Yes, I am very pleased with the performance. Not too noisy and little vibration.
I was not concerned with storage because I have plenty. I was more concerned with dust collection, which I now have. A six inch pipe to the bottom rear from the Clear-Vue Max does an excellent job along with the joint tech fence. The stock sucks to the table from the vacuum.
The large dado and rabbit on the top was done with a router. The top was trimmed with a 12 inch blade and Laguna table saw. I had to tack a 3/4 inch runner to the bottom of the top and used the miter slot to trim the top to length. See photo. It was the first time I had used that technique. It worked well.
I really don't like the proportions. I wanted plenty of toe and knee space and I have it. But I think it made the whole table look awkward. I would of course change things on the next one.
Excellent looking table. I like the fence a lot. Could you show a detail of the hand knobs on the fence?
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