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#1 posted 10-29-2016 04:41 AM

Chuck, Would you mind elaborating a bit more on this? Does the router cavity generate so much dust at one time that a 2” port clogs up easily? This is the only thing I see being a problem because I can’t imagine a chunk of wood large enough to obstruct a 2” port would make its way between the bit and the insert plate, at least not on a regular basis. If a chunk that large came off of my workpiece I think I’d be shutting down anyways to examine the damage.

One thing I was curious about is in regards to the tabletop size. The slabs of MDF are about 47” in length and I wondered if there was any pros or cons to making the top larger than the 36” specified in the plans. I know I would have to go with a 48” miter track and trim it to size but that’s not a big concern as I have not ordered a miter track yet.


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