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Bench Dog Tools 40-102 ProMax Cast Iron Router Table Extension

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  • Fits all contractor-grade table saws and all right-tilt cabinet-grade table saws that have 27-Inch deep by 1-1/2-Inch thick cast iron tables.
  • Included ProFence quickly dismounts and hangs on provided j-hooks while you use your tablesaw.
  • Perfect for small shops.
  • Includes router top, fence, and mounting hardware. ProPlate is sold separately. Plate opening 8-1/4 by 11-3/4. The ProLift 40-150 has a 3/8" thick plate.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Frequently Bought Together

Bench Dog Tools 40-102 ProMax Cast Iron Router Table Extension + Bench Dog 40-120 ProPlate Standard Group1 + Bench Dog 40-011 Feather-Loc Double Featherboard for Table Saws & Router Tables
Price for all three: $424.37

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 40-102
Item Weight60.8 pounds
Product Dimensions32.2 x 21.7 x 5.1 inches
Item model number40-102
ColorWhite
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB001TDLSUS
Best Sellers Rank #25,417 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight60.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJune 22, 2008
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

ProMAX expands your table saw's versatility by adding an industrial grade router table in place of the extension wing. ProMAX is perfect for shops where space is tight and when increased table depth is a must. An added benefit is the additional miter slot to the left of your saw blade - perfect for crosscut sled use. It also gives you a 1/4-Inch T-slot for mounting accessories like our Feather-Loc featherboards on the table. If additional workspace is required, we have got you covered. Our dual fence slot configuration allows you to rotate the fence and work from the other side of the table with a larger surface at your disposal -great for large workpieces. The table comes with a 28-Inch ProFence, a heavyduty one-piece aluminum frame that is fully machined on the front and bottom surfaces, ensuring that your ProFence is flat, true and square. As for the design, no other fence packs more features. The MDF sub-fences adjust without tools, perfect for zero clearance setup. ProFence also comes with a heavy-duty bit guard and a 2-1/2-Inch diameter dust collection port.

Product Description

Expand your table saw's versatility by adding this industrial grade router table in place of the extension wing. Perfect for shops where space is tight, ProMAX includes a cast-iron top, Bench Dog's 28" ProFence, a miter gauge track that adjusts for a no-slop fit, and a solid aluminum insert plate that is pre-drilled to fit your specific router. If workspace is an issue, the ProMAX has you covered. Its dual fence slot configuration lets you rotate the fence and work from either side of the table to maximize surface area. Plus, with a third miter slot at its disposal, your table saw becomes perfectly equipped to handle crosscut sleds.

Select a package that includes a plate pre-drilled to mount your router,
which should fall into one of the four groups listed below.

Group A Routers:
Makita 1100; Milwaukee 5615-5624; DeWalt 616-618; Bosch 1617-1618; Rigid 2930 Combo Kit; Porter Cable 690, 890, 7529, 97529, 8529; Hitachi M12VC (Fixed & Kit).

Group B Routers:
DeWalt DW621, DW621k; Crafstman Standard; Freud FT1700E. 1702VCEK

Group C Routers:
Porter-Cable 7518,7519, 7538, & 7539; Milwaukee 5625-20; Triton TRA001 and MOF001

Group D Routers:
Bosch 1619-1619EVS, Freud FT2000; DeWalt 625

Or two options for Blank Plates: Standard and Large

Specifications:
* Table width: 27"
* Table depth: 16"
* Thickness: 1-1/2"
* Ship weight: 55 lbs.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very well made.
Stan Eckel
It is great having a router table that does not take additional space from an alredy cramped shop.
Bob
It bolted up to my saw with no problem.
ChuckM

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

150 of 152 people found the following review helpful By T. Meyer on October 1, 2011
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After reading reviews and watching whatever video's I could find on this Router Table, I still had some questions. Now that I've purchase the Router Table I'd like to answer those questions. Although my answers will be focused around my setup, I will try to answer them for other setups. I have a Ridgid R4512 Cast Iron Table Saw, the RIDGID R29302 2 HP Multi Base Router Combo, and the RIDGID WD1450 shop vac. Yes, I like Ridgid. I have made a small film which I hope will clarify my answers even more. Let start with my main question:

1. How will this Router Table mount to my Table Saw?
This was my biggest concern. Initially I was wondering if I had to mount it to the left or right side of my table saw. I first thought it would be best mounted by rails to the right side of my table saw. But upon receiving the Router table, I found that the 6 holes (3 on either side) for mounting to the table saw rails did not line up correctly with the bolt slots on my rails. The holes were about 3mm to low. It would have installed 3mm higher than the surface of my table saw. I also became a little uncomfortable with that much weight so far out there on my rails. Yes the rails could support the weight, but I'd rather not.

So I decided to use the more standard way of mounting it and that was to use the pre drilled holes on the back of the router table. There are seven large pre drilled holes. They are meant for two common setups; Table saws with 4 mounting holes or table saws with 3 mounting holes. My setup has 3 mounting holes. I knew I had to mount this 50lb router table myself, (no, my wife couldn't help, she's pregnant), so I grabbed a scrap 2x4 to help support it as I inserted the bolts.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JMG on November 23, 2009
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Previously, I had the Bench Dog router table/cabinet and was looking to create more shop space by using this on my Jet Supersaw instead of a dedicated router table. It fits the bill perfectly. I am using this with a Porter Cable router, fits the base of my router perfectly and is predrilled for my adjustment wrench. The router fence is movable and comes with a dust collection port. The mitre slots fit my guides perfectly. I would recommend adding a second base to your router and mounting it permanently, this allows you to slide the router in whenver you want to use it without the hassle of remounting the base to the plate.

Pros
- Router plate can be leveled perfectly with about 10 adjustment points.
- Adjustable width fence, locks in place, good dust collection.
- Super heavy...when added to my saw, there is very little vibration which makes for precise routing work. (Of course, the saw itself is heavy, but the router table makes it moreso.
- Typical Bench Dog quality - I have always been pleased with their products.

Cons
- Super heavy...difficult to mount by yourself but I was able to make it happen using clamps. If you don't have a jack stand, you will need a second set of hands.
- Does not come with a router mounting plate (add $55 or so). I had planned on transferring my old Bench Dog mounting plate but it would not fit by about 1/16th of an inch. Make sure you order when you order the top.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. F. Beck on April 20, 2010
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Using this on a Delta 36-979 table saw. I removed one of the built in wings and replaced it with the bench dog. On this particular saw, I was able to recycle the old wing by attaching it to the other old wing on the opposite side of the bench.
So I get: |Bench Dog Router Wing|Table Saw|Old wing 1|Old Wing 2|

The quality is everything you would expect. Solid as you can imagine a cast iron table to be. Plenty of mounting screws and t-slot screws in the box. Also a decent looking fence that I'm not using.

I enhanced package with an 32" incra fence (+ incra router wonder fence) on 72" rails. Everything fit great.

The only gotcha to be aware of is you MUST get the bench-dog router plate or router lift to fit this table. Incra and other lifts have their own unique dimensions and won't fit this table (ever). The bench dog lift is one of the more expensive lifts on the market. I dinged them a star here.. I suppose all router lifts deserve to lose a little credit there.

EDIT, CORRECTION
See comments below about other lifts that will fit the table.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Edward on January 2, 2010
I purchased this extension to go with an delta contractor saw. I had expected to add it the already installed extension. Instructions say to remove the extension. I suppose it has to do with the weight on one end. Lots weight on 2 bolts. Well this makes the extension I have useless. I did add it to the right side, but I have a side table there and didnt need the extension.

The extension is well machined and fit easily. I used horses to support it for installation, no big deal. Depending on your router you may need separate plates. I have a milwaukee 5625 and porter cable 690. I bought a second plate for the 690. Plates are 50. On the positive they are heavy machined steel. Good leveling screws. I also bought the bench dog power lok. That is a piece of junk. I think I will use the power lock for the table saw and dump the bench dog lock.
Fence is nice, lots of places for feather boards. Well machined. I gave it 4 stars since I had to remove the extentsion.
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