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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-25-2010, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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I recently restored a delta 34-338 table saw that ended up in the Nehalem river flood Dec. 2008 (What a mess) but all went well and I plan to upgrade my table saw into a cabinet system with my router at the end of the table. I have seen several plans only to become more unsure what would be best for my shop. My shop is 20' x 24' with a Drill press, chop saw and bench, Work bench, band saw, grinder, belt sander and all my wife's holiday crap as well (don't tell her I said that) what I think I need is a good plan for about a 6" cabinet with a lift system. Any advice for a space limited wood guy would be helpful.......Thanks
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Greetings Jeff and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 08:53 AM
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Hello, Jeff! Glad to have you join us. Another thing you could do is to set your router into the table such as the guys of Router Forum. The router just sets in place, and you can lift it out with the router plate, and adjust the height before you set it back in. No cost for a lift, and no special set up to worry about. Then later, if you want to upgrade, you can still add a lift. Not all lifts work the same. and if you see one down the road that just has to come home home with you, it can be done then. And i won't tell your Wife about any thing!!

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