Redesigned Router Tables

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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Use Virtual Routing and Forwarding to create multiple routing tables on same router – TechRepublic

| 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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BENCHTOP ROUTER TABLE

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. Next, I bored a similar hole in the top of my job-site workbench to allow the wood chips an escape route. I positioned my router over the hole in the jig and anchored the router to the table with a pair of clamps. The clamps were arranged on opposite sides of the router’s base, in line with the groove in the 2x stock.
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Build This Simple Router Jig and Mill Your Own Molding On-Site – Fine Homebuilding

First, I’ll explain VRF in a little more detail, and then move on to the configuration. What’s VRF? VRF provides a way for you to configure multiple routing instances on your router. This is beneficial if you have a need to keep customer traffic and routing separate and you want to utilize the same hardware. Some may be thinking that you can keep customers separate by using sub-interfaces or different physical interfaces, and then use ACL filtering to keep traffic segregated.
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