|Item Weight||60.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32 x 21.6 x 6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||40-031|
|Warranty Description||2 year limited|
Bench Dog 40-031 ProMax Cast Iron Router Table Extension for a Table Saw Includes Fence and Insert Plate
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- Router table/tax saw extension; mounts to almost any right-tilt 10-inch table saw
- Fully adjustable miter track with 3/4-inch miter gauge T-slot and accessory T-slot
- Cast-iron construction; assembly required
- Includes router top, fence, insert plate, and hardware
- 1-1/2 by 27 by 16-inches; 62 pounds limited 2-year warranty
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The roomy cast-iron extension measures 16 inches wide by 27 inches long, and comes with a durable phenolic insert plate for mounting the router, and a smooth-sliding fence. The table has an adjustable miter gauge T-slot and an accessory slot that accepts featherboards and other accessories. The fence has adjustable sub-fences, a dust-collection port for attaching a vacuum hose, and two integral jointer settings (1/32 inch and 1/16 inch) for jointing board edges perfectly straight. When not in use, the fence can be removed and hung on two hooks beneath the extension table, or left in place and used when cutting on the table saw. -- Joseph Truini
What's in the Box
The 40-031 router table extension comes with a full-feature fence, pre-drilled insert plate, and all necessary mounting hardware.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
As I unpacked this router table wing, I was very impressed with the quality of the casting. I wish every piece of cast iron equipment I own was finished so well! The assembly/instruction manual was ok (I have had better and worse). Mounting this wing to my saw (by myself) was not a problem. Although it is HEAVY, I followed the advice of another reviewer and mounted the center bolt first and then followed with the other two. Even without shimming it, I would say that I was able to get this wing 99% even and flat to my saw table. Once the table was flat, installing the miter track and assembling the fence were a snap. All together it probably took me 1 1/2 hours to unpack and assemble (I was being very methodical).
I am very pleased with all aspects of this unit. The only manufacturing problem I found was that one of the t-knobs used to tighten the fence down to the table was a bit cross-threaded. One quick call to Bench Dog solved that - a new one was shipped to me immediately.
I have to say that I am thrilled with this purchase, both for the great design and for the excellent quality of the workmanship put into it. I will not hesitate to buy from Bench Dog in the future.
I am able to use the crosscut fence, that came with the saw, on the face of the router table also , because the slot in the router table is exactly 3/4", the same size as the one that came with the table saw.
The router table, comes with adjustable screws all along the 3/4" fence track, and they are about every 2 inches apart. You are able to adjust the play in the track, so your fence rides PRECISELY along it...The ultimate router combination with this table is the new Bosch 1617EVSPK, which is a combo pack, with a plunge base, and a fixed base, and the motor, very easily, slides out of one and into the other. Why is this so compatible? Because the plate that comes with the the RT-250 is made out of thick plexiglas. (Unless you buy the optional heavy metal one for $90) The manufacturer advises you to not leave a heavy router of more than 2 HP, installed in the plexy plate for long periods of time. If you are not using it for awhile then remove it. No problem the plexy mounting plate is held into the table with only 2 heavy screws, so for long term, you simply remove the plate. That of course leaves a big hole in the table. Something you can fall in when making table saw cuts. The solution, save the money from buying the optional metal mounting plate, and buy the Bosch 1617EVSPK.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The main problem for me and my Grizzly cabinet saw was the mounting holes didn't line up and I had to build an adapter. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by SoCalWoodworker
Received item promply and in good condition. ***You have to bore your own holes to attach it to the table!! *** Invest in a cobalt drill bit. Read morePublished on May 15, 2009 by S. Sumerlin
I have owned it 6 months. Great for the price and what it is and does. Don't expect miracles but is saves shop space and is a quality item.
I added the Bench Dog ProMax cast iron router table extension to my 30-year old Rockwell Unisaw. I spaced it to the left of a new Delta cast iron saw table extension. Read morePublished on December 24, 2008 by Grego
I bought this when I replaced my 35 year old table saw with a Jet JPS10 Hybrid (both from Amazon). The installation was very easy, 3 bolts on the side of the table. Read morePublished on September 19, 2008 by C. PAULUS
This is obviously not a review, rather a question. Does anyone know if this compatible with a left tilt saw? I have emailed Bench Dog for the last 6 months but no response.Published on September 12, 2008 by Tbone
Exceptionally well made, clear instructions as to how to install. Configured for most table saws with a 4 or 3 hole install on a 27" table edge. Read morePublished on July 26, 2008 by Graeme J. W. Smith
I agonized for months over the price, and finally did it. All the way.
I've added mine to a Delta Left-Tilt 10" contractor 36-982. Read more
What a refreshing change to purchase an American-made product and find that it is well-designed, well-made, well-packaged, all the parts are there, they all fit together, and the... Read morePublished on May 16, 2008 by Thomas R. Stone