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    Router Table

    http://www.carbatec.com.au/store/ima...res/RT-660.jpg

    I lost my router table when I upgrade from a PM66 to my Minimax Combo. Won't be able to do with just the shaper so I'll have to get a router table. I have a BenchDog Cast Iron Lift and am looking for a table to install it into. This one looks interesting, from an outfit in Australia. Anybody know anything about it or any other I should know about?

    Mike


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    The big concern would be if the BenchDog lift will actually fit it. Personally, I'd suggest you build your own router table so you can have it exactly the way you want it. That said, this thing you picture does look interesting!
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    Mike
    One option you may want to look at is to build you router table to fit the outfeed of your MiniMax. I believe Paul C did this and I have also. You may want to look into it. It allows you to use your Slider with your Router Table

    Greg

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    router on a combo

    Any a you fellers got any pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Hairston
    Mike
    One option you may want to look at is to build you router table to fit the outfeed of your MiniMax. I believe Paul C did this and I have also. You may want to look into it. It allows you to use your Slider with your Router Table

    Greg

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