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Homemade Router Table with Integrated Sled


Router Table with Integrated Sled
 
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Homemade router table featuring a panel doubling as an integrated sled. A companion roller unit provides additional versatility for positioning workpieces.
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Nov 11, 2013 12:04 PM
daveward
Sorry...I read through this twice and read what was printed...and really like the tight sled idea and can see the value in the roller set-up...but I still don't get how this works with  the router in real life.  The "hole" shown as the example, doesn't help me.  Can someone explain, for example, where the workpiece goes in relation to the router blade?  Thanks.
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daveward says:
Nov 11, 2013 12:04 PM
Sorry...I read through this twice and read what was printed...and really like the tight sled idea and can see the value in the roller set-up...but I still don't get how this works with  the router in real life.  The "hole" shown as the example, doesn't help me.  Can someone explain, for example, where the workpiece goes in relation to the router blade?  Thanks.

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