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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-31-2015, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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Custom made router station equipped with new Freud FT2200VCE router. Only use router has had was for initial testing only. Router is mounted in a custom plate made of Corian and has a removable insert. Plate has set screws around the perimiter for leveling the plate to the top. Cabinet has interior drawer for tool and bit storage. Fence has adjustable sliding faces , rear of the fence also has a removable micro adjuster. Left side has standard 4 inch dust collection port. Very heavy and sturdy unit. Router has all original accessories such as an extra collet , hardware , wrench, handles etc.$500 or best offer.
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Nice set up ,Collin, did you make this?

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Yes Herb, it's the second one I have made. This one was built for a dear friend of mine who didn't have the chance to use it due to him being involved in an accident which left him unable to continue woodworking. I have no room for it so it's up for sale. I would say my design is a mix of a few ideas for features I wanted most in a router station.
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Yes Herb, it's the second one I have made. This one was built for a dear friend of mine who didn't have the chance to use it due to him being involved in an accident which left him unable to continue woodworking. I have no room for it so it's up for sale. I would say my design is a mix of a few ideas for features I wanted most in a router station.
Very sorry to hear about your friend Collin . You do incredible work and I recognized it immediately as being your build

Your going to make some lucky person one very happy router table owner
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Collin I am with Rick offering condolences to your friend. I like the way you made the sliding fence below the "T" track for the featherboards. And the micro adjustment for the fence. See what I think is the adjustment knob for the router bit height, do you have to unlock the motor to adjust and then lock it again. I didn't see any cam lock is why I ask.

On second look I think I see a lever up under the table in that one shot.

What kind of material is the router plate made out of? It looks sort of like reconstituted marble tile.

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Thanks for the kind words fellas, It's a piece of corian from a sink cut out. The fine adjustment knob is three pieces glued together. The stuff machines really nice.
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