|Item Weight||60 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32.2 x 21.7 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||40-102|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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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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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.Read more ›
I also ordered the Incra Master Lift 2 made just for Bench Dog and Rockler tables. I was expecting to have to do a bit of modifying so it'd fit this extension after reading some other reviews, but to my surprise when I got the router lift it dropped right in.
- 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.
- 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.
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.
See comments below about other lifts that will fit the table.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As posted by previous reviewers, this table goes into a Sawstop Contractor saw like it was made for it, with very minor modification and a few extra metric bolts from the local... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Martin Taylor
Had to do some serious modifications in order to mount my Woodcraft Woodpeckers router lift which I already owned. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kevin D. White
This fits very nicely on my Grizzly G0715P table saw. It does make it a bit side heavy, so I added the legs that Grizzly sells for their table saw / router extension, and I added... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Balinas
Took a risk and ordered this for my Delta 36-725. Spent a couple of hours drilling holes and aligning to accommodate to the table saw. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TwistedPalm
I ordered the Bench Dog Cast Iron Router table, a Porter Cable 75182 router PORTER-CABLE 75182 Variable Speed Router Motor and the Pro Lift Router Adjustment system . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joe
I'm giving this a 2/5 right now because it is advertised as fitting delta contractor saws. Out of the box only 1 out of 7 bolt holes even begin to line up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Adam Kartzke
Great product and good Amazon support. UPS lost the first shipment in Louisville, KY. (Might be due to the shipping in a carton saying exactly what is inside. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Power Engineer