Quick Poll

Routers are very useful tools in the shop.  And, they only become more useful if you mount them in a table.

Once your router is mounted in a table, the world of larger cope and stick or panel raising bits is open.  Mortising on long pieces.  Centered grooves.  The table gives you flexibility.

The one feature that appears on some tables but not others is a miter groove.  While some woodworkers swear by their miter grooves, others believe them to be unnecessary.

This week, tell us if you have a miter groove on your router table.

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4 thoughts on “Quick Poll”

  1. One of my Router Tables has a miter slot. Two do not. However, my router tables are like my routers they are dedicated to a task. This bipasses setup time, Lose shop space.

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