FOLDING ROUTER TABLE. ROUND SIDE TABLE CLOTH. ANTIQUE TABLE FANS
Folding Router Table
- A router table is a stationary woodworking machine in which a vertically orientated spindle of a woodworking router protrudes from the machine table and can be spun at speeds typically between 3000 and 24,000 rpm. Cutter heads (router bits) may be mounted in the spindle chuck.
- Mix an ingredient gently with (another ingredient), esp. by lifting a mixture with a spoon so as to enclose it without stirring or beating
- foldable: capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed"
- fold: a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock
- Bend (something flexible and relatively flat) over on itself so that one part of it covers another
- (of a piece of furniture or equipment) Be able to be bent or rearranged into a flatter or more compact shape, typically in order to make it easier to store or carry
- protein folding: the process whereby a protein molecule assumes its intricate three-dimensional shape; "understanding protein folding is the next step in deciphering the genetic code"
Rousseau 3110 Benchtop Folding Router Table
Folds down in seconds for easy transport and compact storage. Legs foldup around router. Table constructed of HPL professional grade laminate. 24" aluminum fence, has intergral molded dust collection port. Adjustable MDF faceboards. Clear safety guard. Removable phenolic plate. Insert rings fit router bits up to 3-7/8". Precision T-style meter gauge track has precise fit for all standard miter gauges. T-slot for use with custom jigs, fixtures, and featherboards. Power switch and router not included.
The Rousseau Co. 3110 Benchtop Folding Router Table is a necessary addition to any workshop. The large 24 by 19-inch worksurface is 1-1/8-inch thick and has high-pressure laminate on both sides.
Included is the Rousseau Co. deluxe router baseplate with leveling system, precision aluminum fence with MDF face boards and aluminum t-style miter gauge track for attaching featherboards and jigs. The folding legs provide a 14-inch working height and are constructed from powdercoated steel tubing to withstand years of rugged use. The 3110 is only 4 inches thick when folded so it can be stored almost anywhere. The 3110 is covered by a lifetime warranty.
Workspace (includes tool critique)
This little Ryobi table saw is a nice thing. Very portable. Not heavy duty though. Take care not to set it up on uneven ground and don't put a lot of weight on it. If you rack the mechanism it's trashed. Good for this kind of stuff.
My opinion on other brands:
Milwaukee: The best stuff. Routers and drills are very high quality. Sawzall just won't die. Get the oscillating one. 7 1/4" circ saw is nice.
Delta: Old stuff is great. Portable baby joiner works good. They should make it longer. Have their cheaper drill press and the spindle wobbles over ten thousandths of an inch! Have a Unisaw I bought new 15 years ago and love it.
Dewalt: Chop box platter bearings are weak and won't last. I'll never buy another. For a few more bucks than their portable table saw you can buy a General contractor's saw. Portable planer is nice but extremely loud. Educated guess is 110 db.. Folding chop box stand is very nice.
Porter Cable: Good stuff for the money. Not as refined as Milwaukee. I loved the 690 router because they were simple and durable but I don't think they make them anymore. Too bad. I avoid their oscillating sawsall. 7 1/4" circ saw is nice. I like their biscuit joiners belt sanders and small R.O. sander
Rigid: Their jig saw fell apart the first time I used it. That little right angle screw gun is real nifty.
General: Built to last. Their imports are not so refined but heavy duty.
Bosch: Had 2 of their jig saws and both failed quickly. Over designed and hard to work on. Might try their chop box next.
Ryobi: Generally weak but serviceable and priced accordingly.
Hitachi: Their portable table saw is a joke. Picked up a framing nailer and the thing went off by itself. No finger on trigger or contact w/ work.
Black&Decker sander mouse: A must have.
This is my opinion.
Underside of the routing table
All that work with the drill press was worthwhile however. I got a router table for a fraction of the cost.
The whole thing can be disassembled and folded flat. The router can be disengaged for normal use or storage.
folding router table
The sturdy 1" thick table top has a durable 24" x 16" melamine surface with a MDF core and banded edges, and features sturdy 11" long folding legs. ROUTER TABLE FEATURES a 12" x 9" Phenolic Router Insert Plate with removable rings that allow 3 different size openings, Two Aluminum T-Track Slots and One Aluminum Miter Slot. The T-Track Slots allow attachment of featherboards or jigs to the fence. Split Fence has a dust port and adapter for standard Shop Vac hoses. Hex head adjusting screws level magnetic insert to top. High Split Fence with an MDF core and melamine surface allows edge routing for safer vertical routing. Router Fence features 24" long anodized aluminum angle to keep the fence at 90 degrees (within 0.010") for accuracy. Measuring tape on top of fence reads both right to left and left to right, allowing easy measurements. Durable plastic safety guard adds safety. Table is pre-drilled to accept our 11" folding legs FOLDING LEGS are 11" tall folding legs and support up to 150 lbs. Legs lock in place for maximum support. Bottom of steel legs are rubber coated to eliminate sliding. Includes mounting screws. Legs fold up for easy storage.
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