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I have a craftsman router (315.175340).  I want to build a router table.  A couple questions.  Will my router fit any router plate?  Doe the router mount to the bottom of the plate?  Is it better to buy a router table or build on to your specs?  Thanks.

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Here is what looks like a good buy on a complete ready to go router table.

http://www.grizzly.com/products/Router-Table-with-Stand/T10432

John Schaben said:

Actually, at $329 I kinda like this thing. Almost not worth the savings incurred building one.

http://www.rt1000.com/id42.html

 

Thanks for sharing and posting the photo. I'm impressed with the design. Note, the knee bolster. Most tables, omit that feature. It allows the user, to get close to the work. The T-slots in both the table and the fence top are another good feature,that some manufactures omit Lots of well thought out storage too.

John, That is a great router table in the picture,I bought one very similar on ebay from a different vender and have been extremley happy with it. you would not be sorry if you purchased this.

Joe

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