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    TS Router *Update*

    Fun fun fun

    Maybe someday I'll own a real router
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    and speaking of winging it...started an out-feed table but, needed some in progress adjustments as I forgot about the travel distance of the motor during beveling...far as I got this evening...
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    Last edited by Ken Cook; 09-11-2013 at 01:57 AM.
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    Zoom! Zoom!

    Looks good Ken. I like how you put the fence hanger on the back, very well thought out.
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    I did the same thing when I built my outfeed table. Had to break out the recip saw to fix it

    Pretty neat router station. Nice job
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    Looking good!
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    Very nice Ken.

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    Moving right along. What, no miter slot for the router table? Just partly kidding; some of us can't imagine being without one and others could care less
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Moving right along. What, no miter slot for the router table? Just partly kidding; some of us can't imagine being without one and others could care less
    I am definitely in the miter slot is necessary club. Even if I didn't use it for anything else, it is valuable for holding feather boards.

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    nice nice very nice!!!!!
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    Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Moving right along. What, no miter slot for the router table? Just partly kidding; some of us can't imagine being without one and others could care less
    I guess you could say I belong to neither group... haven't had a need for one, but hope to one day up-grade to some real power and splurge for all the bells & whistles. Until then, the old f-style clamps will have to fit my needs.
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    Up-date

    Well, good enough for now. I got rid of some shorts & scrap pieces, even put a dent into my hodgepodge assortment of reclaimed drawer pulls and a couple of doors from my previous set-up{on the out-feed table}. Made a quick adjustment to re-use my router fence and mounted it to the TS fence...now I need to go back out there and shovel for the missing dog...told him not to get comfortable with all the dust flying

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