|Item Weight||64 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 7.2 x 26.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||W2000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Rebel W2000 The Rebel Router Table
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From the manufacturer
Rebel Router Table
Built to Last
The Rebel Router Table has been specially designed to provide years of trouble free service. Close attention to detail, ruggedly built parts and a rigid quality control program assure safe and reliable operation.
REBEL W2000 Router Table
by Woodstock International
The Rebel turns any router into a professional shaping workstation. This precision-crafted router table delivers accuracy and ease of use that surpasses most shop-built or home center store models. An excellent choice for large production runs or any shaping job requiring easy set-up and superior accuracy.
- Precision-ground cast iron table
Included Miter Gauge
The Rebel includes a miter gauge for aiding in straight and predictable cuts. It features 3 adjustable built-in stops (two at 45° and one at 90°) that are engaged by pushing in the stop pin. These stops make it easier to make changes in the miter gauge angle.
The Rebel features a two-part, split fence designed for either straight-line or offset shaping.
The Rebel will allow you to joint, rabbet, slot, flute, cove, bead, miter, mold, tenon and perform many other tasks that are necessary for fine quality woodworking.
- Insert ring opening: O.D.= 4-5/16"
- Approximate shipping weight: 67 lbs.
- Dimensions: 24" W x 17" H x 18" D
The safety guard system consists of a clear plastic guard and arm.There is also a height adjustment bar with mounting bracket with lock knob. The clear plastic guard has been designed to fit over the router bit during operation and can be connected to a 3-inch flex-hose for dust collection purposes.
Easy to Use
The Rebel can be used by anyone at any level of woodworking. The beginner, as well as, the master craftsman will appreciate its versatility and will come to depend upon its quality construction, ruggedness and durability.
- Precision-ground cast iron table
- Precision milled parts
- Two independently adjustable 3" x 12" fences
- 3" safety guard
- Aluminum insert with pop-out insert rings
- Miter gauge
- Completely portable - only 64 lbs.
Lightweight at only 64 lbs and fully compatible with the Incra Jig the table is built to last and the included instruction manual will help the user with an easy set up. The Rebel W2000 Precision Cast-Iron Router Table is designed to help any woodworker turn any router into a professional shaping workstation. This precision-crafted router table will deliver increased accuracy and will help with ease of use. Ideal for larger productions runs or any shaping job requiring increased accuracy.
From the Manufacturer
The Rebel turns any router into a professional shaping workstation. This precision-crafted router table delivers accuracy and ease of use that surpasses most shop-built or department store models. An excellent choice for large production runs or any shaping job requiring easy set-up and superior accuracy.
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1. I received the table yesterday.
2. I've only assembled the table. I have yet to install my triton router or run any wood.
3. I'm a professional journeyman cabinetmaker with many years of experience.
This table is hefty. If you want something you can throw in the back of the truck and take to a job site consider something else. (Unless you are the Samsonite gorilla) The table top is where most of the weight is. I was worried that it would be too small for running large rails and stiles. Not the case. The legs are also extremely sturdy.
I don't like the idea of a split fence, but the two fence halves, and the heavy duty hardware that mounts them to the table, is the perfect foundation for a solid, one piece fence. (Really, is there anyone out there that doesn't modify the !@#$ out of stuff like this when they first get it)Someone said they had a problem with chips in the mounting slots that connect the fence to the table top. I would suggest keeping a compressed air line handy. The combination of the triton in base dust collection and a fence mounted dust collection hose should grab most of the debris.
Also, someone complained about the rings that mount in the router mounting plate. They are shabby and not flat. If you have a work shop, some skill and some imagination, I'm betting you can come up with shop made replacements.
For $200.00 you can't go wrong with this table. I plan on purchasing a Bosch gravity stand and mounting it there. I'll come back and give further comments and photos once I fully integrate the tool into my shop.
I have a porter cable 895pk router to use with this table and it was a very close fit. The insert plate comes w/o holes for you to drill yourself however with my router the 10-24 holes are less than a 1/16 from the large center hole. The head of the screws actually hang over which caused problems with the plastic insert rings. I had to sand clearance spots where the screws were. Then there is a lip on the bottom of the plastic insert that snaps under the table which had to be removed cause it wouldnt snap down with the router mounted. I will definately be making some insert plates in the near future. To assemble the legs requires 1/4'' socket cap screws (supplied) but the mounting locations are very close to the aluminum frame allowing only a 1/4 turn with an Allen wrench. invest in a socket cause there are 20 screws. There was also a lot of dried oil caked all over the top which took some solvent and a lot of elbow grease to be removed. I will say the table itself and the fences are very nice. The table is flat. Once I got through the hiccups I'm very happy with this table