Benchtop Router Table

8 Great Reasons to Own a Plunge Router

| Posted: April 17, 2011 – 02:00 AM Kreg Tools Precision Benchtop Router Table is a portable model designed to give woodworking pros the same precision and features of a full-sized table. The vibration- and noise-resistant MDF tabletop lets workpieces slide easily across the surface. Other features include a durable insert plate, stamped-steel foundation, and rigid aluminum fence. (800) 447-8638, KregTool.com.
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7 New Workshop Routers: Comparison Test and Buyer’s Guide

Along with shop-tested buying advice, Routers and Router Tables (Fox Chapel Publishing, 2011) includes complete plans for four complete router tables and routing workstations, a spiffy router lift, plus several more auxiliary fences for special operations such as raising panels and jointing edges. Also included in this handy guide are dozens of proven shop tips, router table add-ons and step-by-step color photography. Find out what a plunge router can do for you in this excerpt taken from Choosing a Router. You can purchase this book from the MOTHER EARTH NEWS store: Routers and Router Tables .
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Build This Simple Router Jig and Mill Your Own Molding On-Site

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Most of this latter type have a hole in the base through which you can alter cutting depth with a special wrench. This makes using a router table easier because adjustments are made from above. Spring-loaded plunge bases are more complicated. These tools have an adjustable depth stop, and most incorporate a rotating turret with several steps, so you can make deep cuts incrementally. All models have a plunge-lock lever for locking the motor in the base. As for variable speed, you need it if you plan to use large bits in a router table.
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GoDaddy blames outage on corrupted router tables

Then I used a hole saw to bore a 1-1/2-in.-dia. hole that is offset from the center of the groove. This hole accommodates the router bit, and it should be to the left of the groove as you face the jig. This is to ensurethat the router bit, which turns clockwise, will be turning into the work as you feed the stock into it.
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