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DIY Router Table and Fence Build | DIY Montreal

Years ago, I purchased a second hand router table thinking it would make it easier to make rabbets on long edges and faster to make those beveled edges. I quickly however abandoned the router table after frustrating attempts to change the bits and poor results due to a router insert that was neither flat nor perfectly flush with the table top.

I recently got my hands on the new Rockler Pro Lift router lift, so I decided to make a custom router table and fence, with integrated T-tracks and dust collection.

The router table I made is larger than most commercially available router tables – 36” x 24” – which provides a large flat surface for the work piece.

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8 hours ago by rmohns

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