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Oh I'd be in heaven if had something like that, but i don't have the space
 

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The hard part is NOW keeping if from becoming a catch-all, and then when you want to use it, well, it takes ten minutes to clear it off. I clear/organize my shop, and a week later every floor tool and work bench has become a storage spot.

I used to be MR. CLEAN in my shop, but now I manufacture saw dust, and don't IMO waste time keeping it spotless. But that's just me.

Wishing you well, nice job.

Dale in Indy
 

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Nice use of space. :thumbsup:

Make sure that you either clamp or screw that router table solid before turning on the router. I used to own that same table and I ended up screwing it to a piece of plywood that I clamped to the work surface.

Seems the bigger the router, the more torque, the more the table wants to move around while your using it.
 
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