Rockler Trim Router Table

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Wayde Christie

Rockler Trim Router Table

Post by Wayde Christie » Tue Mar 25, 2014 2:33 pm

Just ordered me one of these babies from Carbatec - http://www.rockler.com/trim-router-table.
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I only have two uses for a router table at the moment: rounding the edges of my solid linings, and classical bridges.

Figured this simple tool would cover everything I needed for now.

Will post some pics and feedback next week, but in the meantime, has anyone used one of these?

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Re: Rockler Trim Router Table

Post by charangohabsburg » Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:32 am

Wayde Christie wrote:, but in the meantime, has anyone used one of these?
No, I just go with my low-tech router table. I simply clamp a wooden fence to the edges of the table when needed.

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I don't use it often, so the hight adjustment mechanism is still waiting to be made. Not in the picture: I use a foot operated dead man's switch to run this table router (I even use one for my drill press).
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Re: Rockler Trim Router Table

Post by Lillian » Wed Mar 26, 2014 12:08 pm

Wayde, take Christian's jig, fixture and tool making talents with a huge grain of salt, you know like the ones they give cows. He can turn scraps into a saw the rivals a $1,400 production saw. He made is own version of aJointmaker Pro. Why? Because he could. That and shipping was a bear to his hilltop home.

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Re: Rockler Trim Router Table

Post by Taffy Evans » Sat Mar 29, 2014 11:41 am

Hi Wayde, here's mine comes complete with the router, I don't use it much but its there if I need it. Height adjustment is a pain.
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