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#1 posted 09-08-2016 01:29 PM

Hello World,

I am looking for some advice from the more experienced woodworkers here. I have a Grizzly G0690 Cabinet saw that I would like to outfit with an Incra system (TS-LS) and router table with all the joinery Bells and Whistles. However I like the idea of a cast Iron top for the router table, Oh, and the whole thing needs to be mobile (In my Garage everything needs wheels). Since the saw is a left tilt the router needs to be on the right and that rules out the Bench Dog. I think I would need the Excalibur to do this setup but with a google search I am not sure this will all fit together. I think the rails for the Incra only join to the main top of the saw which does not support the router wing that much.

I can be convinced otherwise and I am looking for input. The goal is ultimately to have the best and most flexible joinery workstation at the center of my shop. I have an 8 inch spiral bit jointer coming in from Grizzly also so jointing isn’t the priority.

I am also worried about the trade off between mobility and stability. I think anything would need to have folding legs… Help!!

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