Router Table For Trim

Router Table features laminated cabinet functionality., Bosch Power Tools & Acc

By using pre-drilled holes to attach a clamping strip, woodworkers can clamp the machine to nearly any horizontal surface for work. The table includes a 1/4-in. acrylic base pre-drilled to fit most compact routers. (877) ROCKLER, Rockler.com.
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Build This Simple Router Jig and Mill Your Own Molding On-Site – Fine Homebuilding

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). Additionally, a dual outlet switch and a 6-foot cord eliminate the need to reach under the table after initial set up. A lock prevents unauthorized use.
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8 Great Reasons to Own a Plunge Router – DIY – MOTHER EARTH NEWS

As shown in the drawing, I used a scrap of 2x stock about 1 ft. long and about the width of my router’s base. I cut a lengthwise groove near the middle of the 2x, just a pinch larger than the depth and width of my molding stock. Then I used a hole saw to bore a 1-1/2-in.-dia.
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6. Built-In Bit Protection One advantage a plunge router has over a fixed-base model is bit protection . A plunge router automatically surrounds and protects your expensive bits when its not in use. Just push your finger to disengage the lock lever and the spring-loaded mechanism retracts the housing, lifting the bit into the safety of the router base.
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