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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-10-2012, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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any input on the rt 1000xl, it looks to be a nice set up, i dont have the time nor the skills to build a table like this 1, thanks for any thing you can add. Cole
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I just got my new RT100Xl . It is a very good setup. The vacuum port works well and the fence and the extra mounting plate came in handy. This is worth the money, and if you don't have time as I , this is the way to go. Good Luck
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-11-2012, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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thanx guys i liked what i saw just needed sum advise, i wanted a good table so i can rule out the mistakes, by saying its me not the machine
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Hi Cole I am the manufacture of the RT1000 series router table I would be happy to answer ANY question you may have on the RT1000XL
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hello Joe i wanted to know if you can offset the in-feed and or out-feed fences on the rt 1000 it would seem important to be able to. it is not clear by looking at the table that you can it would seem that the fences would need to be split and the fences on your table seem to be both attached and not independent of each other so that one can be adjusted individually
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