Router Table Includes Pre-drilled Router Mounting Plates., Bosch Power Tools &

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

A rigid aluminum router mounting plate accompanies the table for flat and precise accuracy, guaranteed. Pre-drilled, the plate can accommodate more than a dozen industry routers, while a blank mounting plate can be purchased separately and drilled to fit. 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.
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Networking 101: Understanding BGP Routing

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. 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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Build This Simple Router Jig and Mill Your Own Molding On-Site – Fine Homebuilding

Fortunately, the situation forced me to come up with an alternative method for site-milling trim stock. I think my new method is faster, more accurate and safer than using a router table –especially if the moldings are narrow and thin. 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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Clearly, BGP is significant. Here we’ll provide a short overview of how BGP works, along with the problems it solves and causes. Autonomous systems First a little terminology. In the world of BGP, each routing domain is known as an autonomous system, or AS. What BGP does is help choose a path through the Internet, usually by selecting a route that traverses the least number of autonomous systems: the shortest AS path. You might need BGP, for example, if your corporate network is connected to two large ISPs. To use BGP you would need an AS number, which you can get from the American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN).
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