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MLCS 9767 The Flatbed Horizontal Router Table

by MLCS

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  • Rout Wide Stock Flat on the Table for Safety. No More Standing Stock on Edge
  • Makes Tall Auxiliary Fences, Multiple Featherboards and Jigs Unnecessary
  • Perfect for Vertical Raised Panels, Mortise and Tenon Joinery, Moldings, Picture Frames and many more
  • Benchtop Table featuring micro-adjustable bit height adjustments
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Much safer and more accurate than standing wide stock on edge. The New multiple routing operation Horizontal Router Table makes tall auxiliary fences, multiple featherboards or jigs unecessary. You can quickly and easily make mortise and tenon joinery, raised panels with vertical raised panel bits, moldings and picture frames. This benchtop table features micro adjustable bit height adjustments. One 1/16 of an inch per turn allows for very precise adjustments: (1/4 turn = 1/64-Inch, 1/2 turn = 1/32-Inch, 3/4 turn = 3/64-Inch). The table is 24-Inch wide, 20-Inch deep and 25-Inch height with a sturdy 3/4-Inch thick MDF core, durable melamine surface and polyethylene plastic edges.The 3/4-Inch thick MDF core with melamine surface extension fences, on both sides of the router plate, support long stock and give maximum stock support. The 3/8-Inch thick, 11-3/4-Inch x 11-1/2-Inch router plate is held in routing position by sturdy aluminum extrusions, along with two locking knobs which safely secure the sliding router plate in position. Use with 3 HP routers or less. Raise or lower your router up to 2-1/8-Inch below or 2-3/8-Inch above the table.

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Technical Details
Item Weight31.6 pounds
Product Dimensions26.5 x 20.5 x 7 inches
Item model number9767
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0026MTCFE
Best Sellers Rank #244,562 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight31.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 30, 2009
  
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By W. Froggatt on April 18, 2010
I just got a MLCS Horizontal Router Table. In summary, what I got was a kit. If you want to just screw it together and get to work it ain't happening.

The alignment of everything is close but not close enough for wood working. You will find the mounting block to far forward so it pushs the router plate to far forward.

You will find it impossible to get a smooth up and down travel on the router plate. The bolts bind in the tracks because the router plate holes don't align with the tracks the hold down bolts ride in. I'm thinking about drilling the pre-drilled holes in the router plate a little larger to give the bolts a little more slack to releave some of the binding. And trust me, I worked hard to get the holes on the router plate to align with the tracks in the aluminium posts.

Don't get me wrong here. I am not trying to get the router plate to travel with the smoothness of a fine machined part. I just don't want to have to fight with it to get the router plate travel to work.

You will find (and this is the most important) the router plate is not flush with the horizontal pieces your work rests on.

You cannot use a tool like this when the relationship to the bit is not 90 degrees to the surfaces you ride the wood on. Plan on spending time shimming to get this accomplished.

The extruded aluminium is not to spec with the router plate or the plate is not to spec with the extruded aluminum. So - you will be shimming the router plate to be even with the face of the extruded aluminium.

However, once you have your DIY kit together and shimmed and tweaked properly so everything aligns as needed - IT WORKS.

I like having a horizontal router.

However . . . .
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By James D. Marshall on December 29, 2011
I purchased this table thinking it was a good idea with many applications. Being relatively low cost I could just leave it set up for rabbets. It is quickly changeable and I like the basic design. I picked up a value type router from Amazon to go with it. It was to be a multifunctional tool, probably used mostly for rabbets, edge work, and slots. It would be easier and quicker to set up than my 3 HP shaper.

I received it with some missing screws on the top block which I rounded up, drilled the holes into the block and attached.

Assembling it, I started to see the deficiencies. First, the width of the plexiglass does not match up with the aluminum extrusion it slides in and you have to shim it to make it flush so your wood doesn't bump up against it. Nothing is provided so I used aluminum tape and it took many layers to bring it up.

I noticed the flimsy nature of the top handle and the difficulty working a wrench in to tighten the jamb nut. The handle is flimsy. Rotating it, I notice it tends to bind showing the poor tolerances on the nut imbedded in the block.

The bottom knobs are difficult to get to. I changed the position of the knobs from front to back by making two back blocks to sandwich the plastic to the aluminum. Using four 5/16" x 3" flat head bolts (hex) and drilling and countersinking holes in the plastic I was able to install the four bolts through the plastic, through my oak blocks and mount the knobs on the rear. Now I had easy to access knobs and have a flat vertical surface to run my wood up against.

In looking at it, I wonder how well the top is going to stand up over time. It would have been nice to have a laminate over the top. I noticed they added a miter slot in the later versions. This is badly needed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Rogers on April 13, 2013
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Overall it's a nice idea, but it needs a few more touches.

1. I think they could easily pre-drill holes for the major router brands in the mounting plate and have them available. You'd purchase the table with a mounting plate for your router, and if they didn't have it you'd get the mounting plate that it comes with today.

2. The mechanism that lowers and raises the router doesn't move very smoothly.

3. Perhaps I put mine together poorly, but there's a gap between my table and mounting plate (about 1/16"). This is troublesome for smaller pieces that cannot ride the fence on both sides of the plate.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mechanic man on October 17, 2013
Very poor alignment for the money had to fight to put it together do believe video they post they don't show you the problem put it together
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By Bryce Klitzke on March 30, 2015
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I like the router table but it has limited uses when trying to cut material vertically.
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