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Posted on What specialty screws or what else should I use to make this router table adjustable (height wise)

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#1 posted 11-08-2019 02:47 PM



What if you made your bracket threaded (fasten a nut to the bracket?) and forgo the t-nut? Also, move your lock nut to the bottom side as well.

Then, you can turn the big handle below the bracket to adjust height, and tighten the locknut from below as well.

I found that the Bosch table top router table s table fit between the fence rails of my Shop Fox saw…. It s made out fo aluminum and has worked out quite well. I owned the router table before I bought this saw, and it was just a happy accident that they were the same size (at least, I think it was).

- Axis39


Re your router table: I have a mastercraft one, I will reuse the fence and the plate
if too heavy (all metal) it might bend the rails when I am trying to avoid.
Aluminium is lighter though


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