Precision Router Table

A quality router table is one of the most important tools for any serious woodworker to have around the woodshop. Whether you’re routing a simple dado, putting the finishing touch on a countertop, or building an entire set of raised panel doors from scratch, the Kreg Precision Router Table — through a series of innovative new features — helps woodworkers of all levels finish projects faster, easier, and with greater precision than ever before. Innovative Fence Taking design cues from high-end table saw rip fences, the Precision Router Table Fence features a t-square style design which keeps the fence permanently parallel to the miter slot. This automatic squaring lets you fully utilize your miter slot and makes it easier than ever to make small adjustments on the fly. The fence is made from an incredibly rigid fully-enclosed aluminum extrusion which helps support even the largest workpieces, while also helping to create a full length vacuum chamber for superior dust collection and a cleaner shop. The fence also includes two fully independent fence faces, allowing the router table to double as a vertical jointer. Rugged Table Top The Table Top of the Precision Router Table is made from a vibration and noise resistant MDF which features an Easy-Slide™ Micro-Dot skin — constructed from a high-pressure laminate — which makes it easy to slide workpieces across the surface. The durable MDF top is even reinforced by two steel support struts which keep it from bending or

25 Replies to “Precision Router Table”

  1. Looks he’s getting aroused @(3:35) when he is sliding his hand up and down the legs.

  2. This is a very nice peace. for what it costs a good Jet table saw with extension would be for cost effective.

  3. I would like to use this system on my current router table…..Check out my router table video…..I would like to know if it is possible…

  4. Ive been looking to upgrade my current router table and thinking about this system…check out a video I have of mine. Ide like to make some improvments

  5. The Original Jimmy Jig had the stationary fence technology for over 30 years ( invented by the Generous Aberdonian) which is always square and parallel to any cutting tool blade or tool inserted in the innovative aperture of the OJJ.
    The router slides inside the aperture to allow edge jointing to 3.5 ft. wide and other router operations, If a fence is stationary it canna’ deviate from square or paralllel

  6. If I won the lottery…I would sit at this table all day. Is that Tom Brokow talking…respect!

  7. hey friend do you know where i cand find that router table? i live in cachiago i hope you can answer me please and thaks

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