This compact, portable table is packed with full-sized features that make it one of the finest job site router tables on the market. Its unique forward offset router location and dual position fence give it as much usable table surface as most full-size router tables. With 15" of inside cabinet height, it can house virtually any router. It includes a non-marring laminate top, Bench Dog's 22" ProFence with integral 2-1/2" dust port, an aluminum miter accessory track that adjusts for a no-slop fit for standard miter gauges, a pre-drilled router insert plate that fits many popular routers, and an enclosed birch plywood cabinet that minimizes dust and noise. Will my Router work with this table? Phenolic insert plate is pre-drilled for the following routers: Bosch: 1617 series Bosch: 1618 series Craftsman: Fixed base DeWalt: DW616/18 series DeWalt: DW621 DeWalt: DW625 Fein: RT1800 Hitachi: M12VC (fixed and kit) Makita: 1100 series (includes plunge bases) Milwaukee: 5615/16/19 series Milwaukee: 5625 Porter-Cable: 690 Porter-Cable: 890 Series Porter-Cable: 7529 Plunge Ryobi: 161K, 180PL Skil: 1823/35/40/45-02 Note: Other routers may require drilling of mounting holes.
Don't let its compact size fool you. The award-winning Bench Dog 40-001 ProTop Contractor Benchtop Router Table makes use of a unique forward offset router location and the dual-position ProFence to provide as much usable work surface as most full-size router tables. Designed to be durable, easy to move around the job site, and ready to accept any router, it provides the versatility, stability, and guidance you need to complete precision projects safely.
Versatile Design for Precision Work
The ProTop Contractor Benchtop Table adds versatility and precision to your router setup. View larger.
Whether you're a professional craftsperson or a serious do-it-yourselfer, a router table like the ProTop Contractor lets you tackle jobs that would be difficult or impossible to complete precisely with a handheld router.
A top-quality fence is critical to the performance of any router table system, and this system relies on the feature-loaded ProFence. Its heavy-duty, one-piece aluminum frame is fully machined on the front and bottom surfaces to ensure it's flat, true, and square. Easy-adjust sub-fences and bit guard are also included.
The ProTop Contractor provides a flexible setup that can be adjusted to project-specific needs, with an aluminum miter accessory track that is adjustable to fit all standard miter gauges, plus accessory T-slots on both the table and fence that are perfect for mounting featherboards, stops, fence risers, and switches. This allows you to accommodate the full range of router applications, from cutting dadoes and slots to crafting precise joints. For work with large panels, this table also offers dual fence slots, so you can flip the fence around quickly and easily.
An integrated 2-1/2-inch dust port fits standard shop vac hoses to help keep your work area clear of debris for safety, visibility, and operator comfort.
Dependable Construction for Tough Jobs
The non-marring laminate top is built using stress-skin construction for strength and flatness, and it measures 24 x 16 inches to provide a large work area. Exclusive twin steel rails support your router, while the enclosed birch plywood cabinet reduces dust and noise, and its solid panel construction makes it stronger than cheap plastic or stamped steel stands. The cabinet's rubber feet prevent table slippage and double as isolation mounts for dramatically reduced vibration.
This table's setup will accept any router, and the included router plate is predrilled to make installation extra-easy for most popular routers from leading brands like Craftsman, DeWalt, Fein, Hitachi, Makita, Ryobi, and Skil. The 15-inch inside-cabinet height provides plenty of space for whatever router you use, plus room for Bench Dog's ProLift and other accessories (not included).
This portable router table weighs just 40 pounds, and it requires assembly. It is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
About Bench Dog
Bench Dog offers a growing line of router tables, safety accessories, and tools for everyone from building and woodworking professionals to schools and serious beginners.
The company began in 1995 with Norston Fontaine, Karen Slatter, and the simple idea that great tools are the result of great design and solid engineering. Since then, Bench Dog tools have received an enthusiastic response from customers, trade publications, and the woodworking community at large.
What's in the Box
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Table top, fence, dust port, bit guard, miter track, pre-drilled router insert plate, mounting screws, and cabinet.