Rockler High Pressure Laminate Router Table, Fence and FX Router Lift

This package includes our acclaimed Router Lift FX, which lets you adjust the bit height quickly and comfortably from the top of your table. No more stooping and squinting in the dark, just turn the included hex wrench to make adjustments. Plus, you'll enjoy sag-free support with the 3/8'' thick aluminum plate. The table is 1-1/8'' thick MDF sandwiched with white HPL for good visibility and durability. A combination miter track and universal accessory T-track runs the length of the table for mounting featherboards, stops and jigs. The included fence also has universal T-tracks, plus adjustable white melamine MDF faces and an integrated bit guard. Includes our acclaimed Rockler Router Lift FX for above-table bit height adjustments and bit changesThe Router Lift FX accepts the following routers: Porter-Cable 690/890 series, Bosch 1617-16-18, DeWalt 610, 616, 618Router Lift FX includes insert ring with 1-1/2'' opening3/8'' thick aluminum router plate for flatness and rigidity8-point plate leveling system with two locking points24'' x 32'' table for over five square feet of surface areaDual track in table combines standard miter track with universal accessory track, which accepts 5/16'' T-bolts or 1/4'' hex bolts for custom made jigs and featherboardsExtruded aluminum fence backer provides a stiff, straight reference surface when routing3/4'' T-profile miter slot allows you to use precision aftermarket miter gaugesFence backer features top-mounted universal T-track that accepts 5/16'' T-bolts, 1/4'' T-bolts, and 1/4'' hex boltsOpening in fence is easily adjustable to accommodate large router bitsErgonomic T-knobs for easy fence adjustmentIncludes bit safety guard for safe routingTo add a dust port and featherboards to this table see our 4-Piece Router Table Accessory Kit (56764, sold separately)

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