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I am a long-time customer of Grizzly and have been very satisfied. I just bought the
Presidents Special Sale Router Table for $106.00. It looks very similiar to other tables sold by other companies for a lot more money.
I don't know for sure, but it appears as though Grizzly has bought seconds from the supplier of those other companies. My table has several imperfections that I would not ever be satisfied with if I would of bought it from one of the other companies at the higher price. I can live with the defects for $106.00 but not $200.00. Anyone else have this problem?
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What defects does your T10432 router table have?

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The surface and edge banding had a dirty glue like substance on it. Some of it still remains even after using a solvent. Gives the top a used look. Where the edge banding meets that joint isn't exact. The mounting plate screw holes are not completely open. The cover material on the bottom of the table has an area that looks sanded through. Like I said, nothing that I can't live with but it certainly did not look new coming out of the box.
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I would love to see snapshot of it

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The surface and edge banding had a dirty glue like substance on it. Some of it still remains even after using a solvent. Gives the top a used look. Where the edge banding meets that joint isn't exact. The mounting plate screw holes are not completely open. The cover material on the bottom of the table has an area that looks sanded through. Like I said, nothing that I can't live with but it certainly did not look new coming out of the box.



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I have suggested the Grizzy table to many members and if it's bad I don't want to do it anymore that's why I would like to see a picture of it, a picture is worth a 1000 words they say..

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