Expand your table saw's versatility by adding this industrial grade router table in place of the extension wing. Perfect for shops where space is tight, ProMAX includes a cast-iron top, Bench Dog's 28" ProFence, a miter gauge track that adjusts for a no-slop fit, and a solid aluminum insert plate that is pre-drilled to fit your specific router. If workspace is an issue, the ProMAX has you covered. Its dual fence slot configuration lets you rotate the fence and work from either side of the table to maximize surface area. Plus, with a third miter slot at its disposal, your table saw becomes perfectly equipped to handle crosscut sleds.
Select a package that includes a plate pre-drilled to mount your router, which should fall into one of the four groups listed below.
Group A Routers:
Makita 1100; Milwaukee 5615-5624; DeWalt 616-618; Bosch 1617-1618; Ridgid 2930 Combo Kit; Porter Cable 690, 890, 7529, 97529 and 8529; Hitachi M12VC (fixed and kit). Note: Current models of the Porter-Cable 892 require at least two screws to be 1/2" long versus 5/8".
Group B Routers:
DeWalt DW621 and DW621K; Crafstman Standard; Freud FT1700E and 1702VCEK
Group C Routers:
Porter-Cable 7518, 7519, 7538 and 7539; Milwaukee 5625-20; Triton TRA001 and MOF001
Group D Routers:
Bosch 1619-1619EVS; Freud FT2000; DeWalt 625
#23600 Router Table and Fence without Plate
For combining with router lifts
- Table width: 27"
- Table depth: 16"
- Thickness: 1-1/2"
- Ship weight: 55 lbs.
Note: ProMAX cannot be installed as a left extension replacement on left tilt "cabinet" grade table saws because the table saw's motor protrudes to the left. Nor can ProMAX be installed as a right extension replacement on right tilt "cabinet" grade table saws for the same reason. Mounting ProMAX to the far right will avoid the protruding motors, however, ProMAX must be supported with two steel rails that also support your T-square style rip fence and legs.
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I, too, have an old Craftsman...Posted May 11, 2011
I installed this on my SawStop...Posted May 8, 2011
This table lives up to the...Posted March 31, 2011