Meet the ultimate router table - complete with a fence, plate and router lift! At 24" x 32" x 1-1/2", the Bench Dog Cast-Iron Router Table is the largest, flattest, and most durable option on the market. Weighing in at nearly 100 lbs, the one-piece top provides more than 5 square feet of ultra-flat work surface. Its 12-point plate-leveling/locking system guarantees a secure, flush interface with the included Bench Dog ProLift Router Lift. Plus, you get the 32" ProFence, a precision-milled aluminum fence with two MDF sub-fences, front and rear T-tracks, a 2-1/2" dust port and an integrated bit guard.If you're after the ultimate table top - the pinnacle of size, stability, and durability - look no further than the ProMax RT. Weighing in at nearly 100 pounds, it's built from one solid piece of 1-1/2" thick cast iron to absorb vibration better than any table on the market. The end result? A long working life of incredibly smooth operation. Plus, it's loaded with features:Dual T-tracks in the table: a standard miter slot and a Universal T-track for accessories.Cast iron table top measures 24" x 32" x 1-1/2" - over 5 square feet of surface area.Universal T-tracks accept 1/4" and 5/16" T-bolts as well as 1/4" hex bolts - perfect for hold-downs, stops, featherboards and more.32" Pro Fence is precision machined for flatness and squareness, and includes front- and rear-mounted universal accessory T-tracks.
Convenience is just an arms length away when you use this Galvanized Shop Tray! The rugged tray will keep router tools, bits, wrenches, tape measures, and pencils right where you need them most.Technical Details:Ruggedly built out of galvanized steelConvenient storage for router tool bits, wrenches, tape measures, and pencilsIncludes two sets of pre-drilled mounting holes, one set is 16"-on-center (3/8" diameter hang slot), the other (3/16" H x 3/8" W oval) set fits any of our 18" deep Steel Shop Stands, including our Router Table Steel Stand.Measures 5" x 18" x 1" highMade in USA
The 22.5° bevel bit is very useful in cabinetmaking for joining face frames that form a 45° angle, such as for corner cabinets and sink bump-outs. You can also use it to chamfer the edge joints for multi-sided objects. It's perfectly suited for octagonal barrels or columns, and you can also use it to build segmented turning blanks.