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MikeN

09:58PM | 04/15/01
Member Since: 04/15/01
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Anyone know of a decent table saw router table combo for a hobbiest. Not looking for commercial quality or micro accuracy just a good quality all purpose table (I'm in a pinch for space). Any suggestions?
Thanks,
MikeN

ElectrcBil

06:27AM | 04/21/01
Member Since: 07/21/00
77 lifetime posts
I bought a Ridgid belt driven table saw from home depot. I then added a Router table attachment from Sears which fit just fine. I have been very happy with it. The Router table attachment was about $100 w/out the router. The table saw was around $460. The nice thing about this set up is I can use the fence of the table saw for the router table also.

jbarbee

07:59AM | 12/02/02
Member Since: 12/01/02
1 lifetime posts
ElectrcBill - Can you tell mw what the model or part number is of the router attachement is that you got from ***** ?

mini me

03:47PM | 12/11/02
Member Since: 12/09/02
66 lifetime posts
there is also a ryobi model bt3001 w/ a router table built into it for $299 at home depot...if your just going to use it occasionally this might be worth a look

gmills

09:41AM | 12/12/02
Member Since: 12/10/02
5 lifetime posts
Does anyone know of a similar setup for a Delta 10" Contractor table saw?

ACD

08:44AM | 12/17/02
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
You could make one. I took my seers saw and replaced the cast iron wings with partical board covered with formica,a nd routed in an opening for a router table insert. I then took an Incra jig TS and use that for both the table saw and the router by just moving the main clamp from left to right. Really sweet setup, I can show photos of it if anyone is interested. I mounted the whole unit on an old Suntune bottom cabinet.
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