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Finally got the final touches done on my router table. Works like a charm. Thx for looking.....Rebel
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Great looking job there Reb. Looks like it was done by a professional cabinet maker.

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Monday thru Friday im Jack Duren Cabinets but at night and on weekends im Rebelwork Woodworking DIY'er. Always something to learn and i appreciate these forums and what they give us.....Rebel

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Very, very nice - all it's lacking is some sawdust all over it! I wouldn't mind that one in my living room! Question - not sure I understand the dust collection hook up at each fence - it looks rigid to a central hub - do the fences adjust separately?

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Pretty impressive work there. I'm jealous, oh well!
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the two piece fences are permenant on the right side with metal dowels but the left side adjusts up to 1/16. the router table was designed to do only one task. make kitchen cabinet doors. but could be made to have about 2" of adjustment on this plan.....rebel

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Man THAT is a nice looking project!! Congratulations. I fear I could spend the rest of my retirement trying and never end up with something that well done.
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ditto!
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Man THAT is a nice looking project!! Congratulations. I fear I could spend the rest of my retirement trying and never end up with something that well done.
its really not that difficult. i figured out things as i went along. each day a new ideal. a little back tracking on the upper fence but was worth it.

its actually a fun project. because my shop has limited space as most of the woodworkers do i have to justify space for tooling. anytime i can get 2-3 tools out of one space its "bingo".....rebel

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