Rockler Steel Router Table Cabinet

Heavy-duty galvanized steel construction gives the Rockler Steel Router Cabinet the heft and look of a shaper cabinet with convenient storage for tools, jigs, bits, wrenches, and more. Plus, work in a clean environment with an integrated dust bucket that features a recessed 4" dust port to connect directly to your dust collection system. This is the first-of-its kind router workstation made by Rockler woodworkers! Solid steel construction Internal dust bucket Enough storage to hold all your router accessoriesRouter Table Top, Drawer Box Kit, and Safety Switch Kit are available separately. The Router Table Shim (42817 - sold separately) is needed for mounting a Phenolic router table top to the cabinet.Heavy-duty galvanized steel construction gives it the heft and look of a shaper cabinetStorage for router bits, wrenches, jigs, and moreIntegrated dust collection provides a safe workspace and a cleaner cabinetInternal dust bucket has a 4" recessed dust port that minimizes wall clearance when connecting to a dust collection systemPre-drilled mounting holes compatible with all Rockler router tables as well as many brand name tablesAdd a shelf or shop-made drawer with our Drawer/Shelf Bracket(#42724)Pre-tapped for adding the optional Safety Router Switch (sold separately, # 42703) installs quickly and easily because all holes match perfectly with the pre-tapped holes in the Router CabinetA pair of heavy-duty casters and levelers give you mobility when you need it35-1/2"H x 28"W x 18"DAssembly requiredPatent pendingMade in USA

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