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Router Table No. 415-0024

Eagle America - Router Table No. 415-0024

A free-standing router table with fence accessories.

$360 (As of 10/1/1999)

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Editor's Review: A Survey of Router Tables

by John White

review date: October 1, 1999

For the small shop, a table-mounted router can do all that a shaper can and maybe more. Raised panels, box joints, dovetails, mortises, tenons and moldings are but some of the operations possible with a router.

It’s not too difficult to cobble together a workable shopmade router table. But it may lack some features available from a commercially made table. There are many tables to choose from, everything from basic units costing about $50 to setups costing $500 or more, depending on the options. I looked at 15 tables for this article.

All router tables operate on the same basic concept. A router is mounted upside down, usually on a removable baseplate, although a few mount directly to the tabletop. For many operations, the router table is used in conjunction with a fence.

Most router tables are mounted to a stand, either a short one for benchtop use or a table-height one for freestanding units. Some router tables can be attached directly to the extension wing of a tablesaw. A benchtop model is good for its portability and small footprint. But the best of the freestanding units have larger tabletops and provide a more stable work surface.

The Eagle America is a plain vanilla table and fence on a nicely made wooden base.

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Editor Test Results:

Flatness Test Good
Fence/Guide Quality Good

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer Eagle America
Manufacturer's Web Site www.eagle-america.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 800-872-2511
Components N/A
Compatibility Baseplate: Sheet phenolic blank
Size 24 in. by 32 in.
Materials Table: Laminated MDF

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