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    router table

    i built a router table that can do this. this piece is 2'x3' x3". i can do 3'x3'x12" with my table.
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    How about a pic of the router table
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim carter View Post
    i built a router table that can do this. this piece is 2'x3' x3". i can do 3'x3'x12" with my table.
    Jim,
    I assume that you built a "cnc" router table. What router operations did you perform on the piece in the photo? Or - are you showing this pic just to illustrate the x-y capacity of your router table? Yes - please provide some photos and more information about your build. Here is one I built last year. It has an x-y capacity of around 26" x 26", but can also be converted for cnc plasma cutting (as shown in the second photo) by removing the router table.
    Thanks,
    David


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    Last edited by David Buchhauser; 05-04-2019 at 11:38 PM.

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    Why can't I see these images?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Bender View Post
    Why can't I see these images?
    Which specific images are the ones that do not display on your computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Buchhauser View Post
    Which specific images are the ones that do not display on your computer?
    I can not see all attached pictures in this thread either.

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    heres whats left of it after a large branch fell on it. on the sides was angle iron from a bed frame. another 2 pieces of angle iron mounted on teflon that fit between angle iron on frame. teflon makes going back and forth on angle iron easier[bar soap rubbed on angle iron for smoother strokes]. each corner of router table had 18" all thread welded to a round piece of steel on top for raising and lowering table. mounted on the bottob of the table was a nut[matching allthread] welded to a washer that was screwed to the bottom of the table. router can go left to right and forward and backward. you can make this table to match your needs. need to do thicker pieces, use longer allthread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Buchhauser View Post
    Which specific images are the ones that do not display on your computer?
    From the announcement at the top of every forum page:
    On May 2nd we have removed Members privileges to view pictures. This is the final change to let everyone know that we will soon convert to a subscriber based system. Members can use the Donate button to update their accounts here and restore their ability to view pictures and access file attachments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuri Sadykov View Post
    I can not see all attached pictures in this thread either.
    Hi Yuri,
    You now need to be a "contributor" to see attachments and photos. For the $6 per year minimum donation, I think it is well worth it.
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