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#1 posted 875 days ago

Now I know my suggestion will be a bit more work, but if your new it will be a huge learning experience for you…What I did and many other jocks, buy a router plate, you could even get a lift…or a router with a built in lift such as the Triton and build your own table/fence. It will give you a lot of skills in the whole process and you will get to know the router a bit better by doing this. I just built mine and it is pretty simple…i will post pictures soon but I really did learn a lot and I love to use it, and I am more proud of the whole thing. Plus its way cheaper than spending $900 I spent maybe $80 on the table and the price of the router $185 on close out sale.

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