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A two-part design makes this router table unique. The upper section can be carried to a job site while the lower section has plenty of room for storing your router accessories.
A good fence is a must-have for any router table. This one features a positive-action clamping system as well as adjustable front faces. And it's reinforced with aluminum angle and T-track.
With its rows of evenly-spaced box joints, this storage chest is sure to please. The drawers are sized so you can mix and match them in the case, creating your own distinctive look.
Learn the secrets to making perfect box joints. With nothing more than a table saw, a dado blade, and a simple jig, you'll be turning out professional-looking joints in no time.
So you want to try making box joints, but you're not sure where to start? This little clock just might be the perfect choice. It doesn't require a huge investment of time or materials.