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I inherited a "MS-R Router table" as an unmade up kit several years ago. Its been in the back of the garage ever since and the cardboard box is/has disintegrated and there is some surface rust on some of the paint work. However I believe it is still all there and should go to a good home, its probably the best part of 20 years old if not more and has never been assembled. There is an assembly manual but it doesn't say what make it is but it does show a US style mains plug where it talks about fitting a router and an on/off switch, I have no idea if its specific to any particular router but there is nothing to suggest that it is. Its in Bath, Ex-Somerset, BA2 5HX and weighs "a lot"!!, so I'm not thinking of posting it somewhere/anywhere.
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Hi Aviator and welcome. I can't think of any currently active members from the UK but maybe someone will see it from there. As an alternate possibility do you know of any men's sheds around you that get together to do woodworking? They would find a use for it.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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I inherited a "MS-R Router table" as an unmade up kit several years ago. Its been in the back of the garage ever since and the cardboard box is/has disintegrated and there is some surface rust on some of the paint work. However I believe it is still all there and should go to a good home, its probably the best part of 20 years old if not more and has never been assembled. There is an assembly manual but it doesn't say what make it is but it does show a US style mains plug where it talks about fitting a router and an on/off switch, I have no idea if its specific to any particular router but there is nothing to suggest that it is. Its in Bath, Ex-Somerset, BA2 5HX and weighs "a lot"!!, so I'm not thinking of posting it somewhere/anywhere.
Is this it? https://www.maoshan.com/product_info.php?no=6
If it is I have one a sliding table router table that I got from MCLS, they are a generic router table that are branded by several retailers.
https://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shop...n_table_anchor

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