Redesigned Router Tables

Router Table includes pre-drilled router mounting plates.

The new designs feature a bright white table color, added accessory tracks, dust port and translucent bit guard to deliver maximum precision, ease of use, and safety for all router table operations, says the company. The High Pressure Laminate (HPL), Pro Phenolic, and Cast Iron Router Tables are each available in package deals. Package deals include the table top, router table fence, and router plate. The HPL and Pro Phenolic tables feature a new bright white surface designed to reflect more light and maximize visibility during routing operations.
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WMS 2013 Video: General International Router Table

Precise cuts are simplified using the table’s easy to position 4-7/8-inch tall by 25-1/8-inch wide aluminum fence with adjustable MDF face plates. Outfeeds can be offset for jointing applications and the fence fits a standard 2-1/2-inch vacuum hose for a clean work environment. Two adjustable featherboards mount directly on the fence or table to safely guide work. For convenient bit height adjustment capability, Bosch recommends using a router and base with a through-the-table adjustment feature, such as the Bosch 1617-series routers and the Bosch RA1165 Router Table Base (sold separately). A dual outlet switch with 6-foot power cord provides easy on/off router access without having to reach under the table.
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PDT Monday and service was fully restored by 4 p.m. PDT, according to the company. The company did not specify how the tables were corrupted but did state it took additional measures “to prevent this from occurring again,” Wagner said.
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GoDaddy blames outage on corrupted router tables

In the video, Patrick Magro explains how the fully adjustable table complements General’s shaper tables. The tubular steel stand complete with built-in casters features a deluxe router fence and dust collection port. About the Author Rich Christianson Rich Christianson is Associate Publisher and Editor at Large of Woodworking Network. During his 25+ years covering the wood products industry, Rich has toured hundreds of manufacturing plants throughout North America, Europe and Asia. His reporting has covered everything from the state of the industry and impact of wood imports to technology and environmental issues.
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