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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 01:26 PM
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Maybe some of these posts should be in a different thread...? So they don't disrupt the original intent...?

"Disrupt the original intent"???

The original intent of my reading the Stickies on RouterForums.com was to get answers to all my router questions. And your very detailed post went the furthest anyone has ever taken me in solving a question I had often wondered about... what makes a good router table.

So your post is not only on pointe, and belongs here... it also could belong to other forum topics/categories. Therefore if anything, your post should be copied to other places, not moved.

Thanks for your elucidating response Nick.

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I’ll leave it up to Stick if he wants the somewhat off topic posts moved. Herb there is another sticky thread about people’s home made router tables in the sub forum Table Mounted Routing. It’s a long thread and has been viewed about 470,000 times. You’ll find all manner of designs for tables there to inspire you. All the sub forums are accessed by clicking on the large Routerforums logo and scrolling down. As Nick said, most of us who have been at this for a while have preferred building our own tables. That way we get the features we want. Sometimes it takes a few tables to try different things and figure out what they are. I’ve built a few (as in at least 6) and I’ve made some pretty good ones for $5-10 by using scraps from other jobs.
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This is the correct thread. It looks like I created two threads, one with the posts and one without. I see the original sticky thread has been closed. John may have done that to keep chatter out of it. If someone has something pertinent to the original intent one of the mods can open it long enough to add the new information or it can be copied into it by one of us from another thread.
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