Router Table Features Laminated Cabinet Functionality.

BOSCH RA1181 Benchtop Router Table

Cabinet style provides dust control with ports on fence and in cabinet. Mt. Prospect, Ill. (March 30, 2006) – Bosch Power Tools and Accessories announced the release of the RA1171 Benchtop Router Table. The cabinet-style functionality, expanded and precise material support and a dual outlet switch make this the perfect solution for woodworkers in search of a quality benchtop router table for the shop. Adjusting the fence and bit height on the RA1171 Router Table for precise cuts is easy. Users simply position the tall aluminum 4-7/8 by 25-1/8-inch fence, with adjustable MDF face plates into place.
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Production routers have high horsepower for heavy work or router-table use, they offer variable speeds. Fixed-base, plunge, and pneumatic models are available, but they’re heavy and clumsy for top-side routing. Laminate trimmers are specially designed for flush trimming. They are lightweight and highly portable and can function as light-duty general routers. They are handy for small projects or fine work. Depth-Setting Mechanisms The way to change the cutting depth of the bit varies among different router types, makes, and models.
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