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Use your table saw as a base for this cast iron router table top! Saves lots of space, and uses one of the most sturdy anchors in your shop to cut vibration and noise. Great for combining with router lifts.

Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)

Item #
23600
Rating:
96% of 100
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)

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. 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.


Your table saw needs to be 27” deep and 1-1/2” thick to work with the Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table. The holes on the Promax should match at least three holes on your saw or you may need to drill additional holes in the Promax table. The ProMax mounting hole pattern can be found under Technical Downloads.

  • 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.
(1) Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table
More Information
Brand Bench Dog
Manufacturer Part Number 40-102
Weight 62.3000
Tech Spec
  • Accepts 8-1/4" x 11-3/4" router table plates.
  • Table width: 27"
  • Table depth: 16"
  • Thickness: 1-1/2"
  • Ship weight: 55 lbs.
Technical Documents
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High quality and easy to use. Installed on ridged table saw and have used it for many successful projects. Very stable with wheels off floor. . The weight balance is off center with wheels down but easy to accommodate.
January 16, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Outstanding tool
I have been wanting a good router table but didn’t have room for another permanent tool. I found this option and thought it was a perfect solution. I have an okd Rockwell 10 inch contractors saw. The Bench Dog matched up perfectly. Just replaced my left wing attachment with the table. Only had it for one monthbut loving having it. Would highly recommend. The only. Thing I would change is the addition of an essily accessible safety switch. Adding one now.
January 11, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
This extension fit my Ridgid R4512 Table saw perfectly, all necessary mounting hardware was included as well as the fence. Excellent quality. I would recommend it to anyone.
December 7, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Excellent disicion and worth the money!
Ok, let's get the first items out of the way: This is mounted in a Grizzly G690 cabinet saw and is attached to the existing wing instead of replacing the wing. I also purchased the Triton 3-1/4 HP router to mount to it because of the routers ability to adjust the depth from above the table. This table is an excellent investment and I have used it many times. Only regret? Should have done this from the start!

I use to have a Bosch table top router table and I simply could not make it work (stay flat) so I gave up. Finally decided to purchase something more and I chose a wing attachment simply because of the size of my shop. Saves space and has no effect on the center of gravity of my saw. The instructions call for it to be mounted in the position of the existing wing but I did not want to shorten the length of my table so I mounted to the wing instead. I did have to drill a couple of holes on the skirt of the cast iron so it would mate up better to the Grizzly cast iron wing, but that is very easy to do. DON"T WORRY ABOUT DRILLING CAST IRON! Start with a smaller metal bit and work your way up. Cast iron is easier to drill then some hardwoods, no joke! The included fence is pretty good and everything is really solid. I ordered the plate that goes with the Triton router but I had to drill a hole for the adjustment rod. This is also very easy to do.

Bottom line: Excellent investment. It is literally the difference between night and day when it comes to using a router. It now encourages me to do more with a router and I have even used it for making tenon’s. If you’re on the fence, hop off and buy it. You won’t be disappointed. God bless!

P.S. Really good customer service from Rockler as well. At 56 years old, I’ll pay more if it means I get better products and better customer service.
I have a review on this router as well
Had to drill hole through plate for adjustment rod. Very easy to do
Mounted this new table directly to existing table wing.
Has no affect on the balance of the table saw. Excellent!
October 16, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Easy Install on Craftsman Cast Iron Table saw
I goofed and tried to install this using some of the supplier T-Bolts to connect the side of the table to the fence rails on my saw. I should have know it was wring as I had to grind them down just a little to get them to fit. Then when i was building the fence, I was short on T-Bolts. Luckily I saved the parts from the cast-iron wing that I removed, and I installed it. In the end, I used new bolts, nuts, and washers to bolt the Router Table to the main part of the saw, but I re-used the T-Bolts from the original wing to connect the sides of the cast iron router table to the fence guides on the saw. It was totally flush and looks like it was made for this. The one modification I did have to make, was cutting off one of the plate-leveling tabs because I bought the Rockler Pro lift, and despite the fact that it says its made for Rockler and Bench Dog tables, it did not quite fit. The pro lift has the rapid adjustment crank, and that part of the lift interferes with the metal tab on the table that is used as one of the plate-height adjustment points. I think someone else here made the same comment, so thanks for the warning. I used a metal cut-off wheel on my Dremel tool and made a clean cut (see photos) and now it all fits well. You still have to slide the end of the lift with that adjuster in first but if you do that, it works great, and levels fine without the extra level point. I have a project to renew/upgrade my workbench that will be the first use of this new router table.
The opening for the lift plate with the middle tab removed from the bottom side of this photo.
The opening for the lift plate with the middle tab removed from the bottom side of this photo.
September 18, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Nice extension to my Powermatic PM100 table saw.
The Bench Dog cast iron router table fit the Powermatic saw perfectly, though I did have to drill holes in it to match up with the existing holes in the table top and its rails. Added the Rockler Power lift with my Bosch 1617 router and, after careful adjustment of the clearance screws, got good routing results with the sturdy fence provided. Dust collection from the fence is good, with not much falling through to the floor. I drew some pencil lines in the table top to make squaring the fence a bit easier. This setup replaced a table-top router table and has made blade changing and bit height adjustments much easier and more accurate. After routing, lower the bit below the table surface and the saw is back in full. I would recommend this table/lift combination as a space saver compared to a stand-alone router table.
September 15, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I love it
2 people needed to assemble it, but it was an easy job.
December 18, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
bench dog cast router table
after much searching, finally located an extension wing from
SawStop to complete the modification. Salespeople not much help. utube and commentaries were very helpful.
September 11, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
fast shipping and as described
August 10, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I LOOOOOOVE THIS THING
This is one of the greatest additions I have done to my shop. I was using the little Rockler clamp-on trim router table for a long time. Finally, the laminate surface started peeling up from the mdf base and it was making my job difficult. When I bought the Laguna Fusion table saw, I knew I needed to add the Bench Dog cast iron router table to the end of it, and I'm so glad i did! Now I have MILES of cast iron tabletop. Very heavy duty and well made. I'm looking forward to adding the Incra lift soon!
July 6, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Solid surface and fits Rigid R4512 Table Saw
Douglas Casteel O on Feb 7, 2019
Fits my Rigid Table Saw
James S on Jan 1, 2019
Solid surface and fits Rigid R4512 Table Saw
Douglas Casteel O on Feb 7, 2019
should fit my saw and router
CHARLES C on Jan 18, 2019
Fits my Rigid Table Saw
James S on Jan 1, 2019
Going to attach this to my Delta 36-725 table saw.
Mark O on Dec 29, 2018
great reviews
Michael M on Dec 20, 2018
I purchased this due to it being a direct bolt on for my Ridgid R4512 table saw.
Christopher J on Nov 14, 2018
I saw a video re; bench dog pro max as to fitting my saw stop contract saw and was impressed. I made my own several years ago and it has seen its day. I've been a shopper at Rocklers for years and I'm been very satisfied with all my purchases.
John F on Jun 8, 2018
This router table will save floor space in my small shop.
Gary B on Apr 1, 2018
Need to save room in shop.
william h on Jan 27, 2018
Quality Product that will work with my Rigid R4512 table saw.
Casey G C on Dec 30, 2017
It's cast iron, look great, saves space, and it easily fits my Ridgid table saw
marshall on Nov 21, 2017
Seems like the best balance between quality and versatility, and it saves me space in my shop.
Brian E. P on Nov 15, 2017
Had to have this to go with the plate!
Tammy K on Feb 23, 2017
To save space
Eric F on Feb 20, 2017
This is a well designed router table. Extremely durable and fits most table saws, or at least it fit mine. This router table is a real asset when it comes to getting it right the first time, and for longer pieces of wood.

I love it.
Kenneth on Jan 16, 2017
asked for as a gift
Bettye A on Dec 10, 2016
I added this router table as an extension wing to my table saw. This is my second router table from Rockler, and this one is now used as the primary router table in the shop. Both tables are from Rockler, and each is fitted up with the same lift and router motor.
Jubilee on Dec 3, 2016
Need a solid base for router
Dennis R on Oct 28, 2016
I have wanted this table, which attaches to my saw, for some time. This space saving table doubling as a table saw wing is also cast iron which I expect to reduce vibration, increase stability and provide a fairly large routing platform. It comes with a nice fence.
James M on Aug 6, 2016
Mounting this to the side of an old Craftsman table saw with extension plates on both sides of the cast iron table bed
Lee C on Aug 3, 2016
features/sale
Andrew S on Jul 29, 2016
Save space and a good price
John P on Jul 28, 2016
To save room in a small shop and it was on sale!
Steven S on Jul 17, 2016
space in my shop is at a premium, this fits the bill
R. Todd J on Jul 17, 2016
Owned one previously.
RC on Jul 8, 2016
I have limited space in my wood shop, Rockler tools are usually of high quality, and I already have Rockler purchased tools that will fit the table.
Victor P on Mar 31, 2016
From a friend
Matthew H on Jan 21, 2016
I wanted to add a router lift
Ken on Dec 17, 2015
for new router table
Tom M on Nov 15, 2015
I have limited space for additional table based tools. I am doing crafted projects not high volume production. This will fit perfectly in my shop and on my table saw without eating up additional work space.
Bruce M on Jun 16, 2015
Fit my Rockler lift
KELLY R on May 30, 2015
should fit my saw and router
CHARLES C on Jan 18, 2019
Going to attach this to my Delta 36-725 table saw.
Mark O on Dec 29, 2018
Will this fit 36-5152 Delta Left Tilt Table Saw with 52-Inch RH Rip and will it work with Rockler Bench Dog® 40-150 ProLift Router Adjustment System and will that work with my Porter Cable 7518 fixed base router?
John M on Nov 28, 2016
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Rockler Bench Dog® 40-150 ProLift Router Adjustment System
Rockler Bench Dog® 40-150 ProLift Router Adjustment System
Will this work under a BenchDog cast iron router table plate for the table saw? And will an Incra Mast-R lift fit inside?
Eric F on Feb 20, 2017
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Dust Bucket Dust Collection Kit for Router Tables
Dust Bucket Dust Collection Kit for Router Tables
Incra Mast-R-Lift-II-R Designed for Rockler Tables
Incra Mast-R-Lift-II-R Designed for Rockler Tables
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I drilled and threaed 1/4-20 holes. attached a frame of 3/4 plywood to bottom of cast iton table, then screwed box to plywood. Took me about 3 hours to complete with a lot of breaks.
Incra Master-R- Lift plate is 3\8" thick. Information says it fits Bench dog Tables . Bench dog plates are 1\4" thick. How does it fit ?
Edd on Apr 17, 2015
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Rockler Bench Dog® ProMAX Cast Router Table without Plate (40-102)
Incra Mast-R-Lift-II-R Designed for Rockler Tables
Incra Mast-R-Lift-II-R Designed for Rockler Tables
Bench Dog® Aluminum Router Plates
Bench Dog® Aluminum Router Plates
BEST ANSWER: The recess in the top of the Bench Dog tops is deep enough for the 3/8" Mast-R-Lift plate. The leveling screws provide the ability to accomodate either the 3/8" or 1/4" plates.
does this table include the fence?
Paul M on Dec 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I purchased this table to install on an older Craftsman saw table.
All the pieces fit very well
It did come with a very good fence with vacuum attach point
The fence was a solid fence.
The table included hanging hooks underneath to store the fence out of way.
Will this fit a Delta UniSaw (left of blade) without the router (Hitachi) interfering with the saw's bevel handle?
Ed B on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I attached my table to a higher end craftsman table saw and I use the craftsman routers with it. The combination of all three has worked out perfectly for what I do.
I have a newly purchased Rikon 10" table saw model #10-201 w/ 271/2 between the rails. Will this fit, & does it fit on the right or left as you face the saw?
John P Clarke J on Dec 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I fit it onto a Sawstop saw, not a Rikon. It fit perfectly, on the right side of the saw, but it would have also fit on the left, as the holes for attachment were symmetrical.
Tom
Will this table plate fit a Dewalt 746 table saw? If so, will we have to drill holes, or will the plate aling with the OEM holes in the saw? Thank you!
Emile M on Apr 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Measure your table and match to the dimensions of this item. I had to drill doles in my fence rail.
Will this fit a ridgid r4512?
Johnn on Dec 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will.
Is this ok for use as an extension in delta table saw?
eloy R on Jun 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The router extension I purchase from Rockler is a Bench Dog. I installed it on my Rockwell Unisaw and it fit perfectly. It gives me a very stable router location and does not in any interfere with the saw operation. I would think that it would do the same for your Delta saw. Actually, I think the item description for this extension specifies the saws it will fit. Good luck with this!!
How do you maintain the cast iron Bench Dog router table top to prevent and/or remove rust?
Rodger on Jan 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I treat it the same way I treat my table saw. I use paste wax a couple of times a year. I do not let eather rust. If you do have some Rudy, I recommend 00ste wool and oil. Just put oil on the table and rub it with the steel.
Does the fence adjust for jointing?
Randyryang on May 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The fence sides can't be easily offset for jointing. You might be able to add a shim to one side to allow for this. I never tried it as I have a 6 inch jointer.
I have a Delta table saw model 36-725. I'm a bit confused as to which extension this table would replace - the right or left (view from the cutting position)? I'm also curious if it will actually fit this Delta model. Lastly - I'm assuming I will still need (in addition to the router lift) an on/off switch, yes??
Tom on Mar 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It replaces the right extension. As for on/off switch, I just reach underneath and switch on and off the router right on the unit itself. You can certainly get a third party on/off switch or speed control, etc, but not necessary.
Will the Rockler Bench Dog router table extension work with a Bosch 4100 table saw?
Gib B on Dec 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I do not know as I installed my router table extension on my SawStop table saw. BTW I love having both tools sharing the extended cast iron table.
What is the measurement from the back side of the extension (side that attaches to the table saw) to the edge of the router plate?
Bryce on Nov 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Dear Bryce,
The near edge is 3 3/4" and the far edge is 12" from the edge of the table saw. For the record it is an incredible piece of equipment.
Steve
I just bought the Laguna Fusion table saw from Rockler and I'm interested in adding this Bench Dog cast iron router table to the right side of the Laguna. Am I good to go?
Seth M on Mar 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I mounted mine on a older Craftsman floor model. The holes in the Bench Dog did not match up, but I was able to drill new ones in the Craftsman table. Otherwise everything worked fine.
Will this fit a Powermatic PM1000 table saw? If so is it a direct bolt on or will I need to drill holes through the cast iron? Is it difficult to install? Thanks.
DLMCJR on Feb 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I installed this router table on a shop fox 1819. The installation was pretty much straight forward but I did need to drill two holes in the rails, but not in any cast iron. One tip, get some help to install this as it is very heavy. I absolutely love the table. The fence is great, an all accessories at top notch. Sorry I cannot help further.
Charlie Johnson
Wooden It Be Nice inc.
Is there any way to mount a dust collection box underneath (around the router), like the Incra Cleansweep or something homemade? Looking at the pictures in the manual, it looks like it would be difficult, if not I impossible.
Chris W on Jan 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You probably could. There are four holes near the corners, two are in front for the hooks to hang the router fence but there are two more in back. You could make a box with an lip with holes in the front and still mount the hooks and use the nuts with them to secure the box lip. There are also multiple holes beneath the router plate to level the plate, you probably don't need to use all of them to level it so a couple could be used to mount a box.
I am interested in purchasing the rockler bench dog pro max router table 40-102 for my Shop Fox 1824 table saw. My question is will it work with an install on the right side of my saw?
Mike B on Jan 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I installed the table on the right side of my Craftsman (RH when facing the saw) after I removed the composite wing on that end. Some of the holes in the router table did not match with the holes on the metal part of the saw table but I was able to drill new holes in the Craftsmans iron top and mount the table. Everything has worked fine and provides a nice stable surface for the router. I also purchased a lift and router with the table so everything works together Hope this helps.
Will this fit a Delta 34-670?
J M on May 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If the front to back dimension is 27" then this will fit
DO I NEED TO ADD SUPPORT LEGS FOR THE PRO-MAX ROUTER EXTENSION ON A CRAFTSMAN CABINET STYLE TABLESAW?
Richard B on Dec 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you have front and back angle iron supports for a "T" style fence system that extend at least half the width of the router extension, you should be ok. You can drill a hole though the fence and extension table and bolt the table to the fence to keep the table from drooping and keep it even with the saw table. If you don't have angle iron supports or can't add any, then I would go with legs.
does the bench dog router table for table saw come with mitre fence?
Ken on Dec 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It comes with the Bench Dog fence shown in the picture. Very high quality adjustable fence with dust collection port.
Will this fit a Porter Cable pcb270ts?
Todd D on Feb 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Should work. It should fit most any table saw with 27” top. I mounted it on a 10” Rigid. You may have to adapt the bolt holes, but probably not.
I have a TS2424 ridged table saw. will this table work?
john g on Jan 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I installed this on my ridged table saw and it works great. Very happy with quality and stability.
I see that this fits a Ridgid R4512, but will it mount on the right ride instead of the left side?
michaeloiwu on Sep 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It should depending on table saw. You will likely need to remove the left wing and replace with this one.
Will this router table extension fit on a Delta 36-735 hybrid contractors saw? My table is 27” wide like the Bench Dog table but I was comparing the holes and they don’t look like they’ll fit. Has anyone bought this router table for that exact Delta table saw, and if so what did it take to install it? Will I have to drill new holes?
Zachary T on Aug 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure about the Delta but I installed it on my Laguna and had to drill a couple extra holes. No big deal and I love having the table mounted that way!
Will this fit a older Rigid TS2424 saw?
Mark L on Mar 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: As long as the width of the existing table is 27", it should fit. Mine fit the SawStop cabinet saw perfectly.
Is there any reason this could not be used in conjunction with a metal floor stand rather than being attached to a table saw?
Will B on Sep 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The only limitation I would see is if the holes don't line up on the metal stand. If they line up, or you have a way around it if they don't, I would expect it to work just fine. You would also want to be sure that no part of the stand will be in the way for the router underneath. Other than that, I would expect it to work just fine.
I understand that it will not replace the left extension of my 36-L31X Unisae because of the motor cover, but is there a problem mounting it to my extension? The end of my extension has the 3 mounting holes, but does the front and back of the bench dog need to be supported?
Carnes99 on Jan 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm not familiar with that saw, so my answer isn't definite, but unless you can also have it supported by the fence or something else, I'd be wary of the weight at the end of an extension.
will this fit a sawstop 5hp industrial table saw?
Laurie G on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Does your saw have table extensions on one or both sides? Is your saw table top 27" front to back? Can your saw hold 60 pounds hanging off one end? If yes to all questions it should work.
Will the Rockler phenolic router plate (#54820) fit in the plate opening on this top without modification? I have an older counter top that I modified to fit a newer Rockler plate. I really don't want to buy another plate as I had custom inserts made to fit different diameter bits. Thanks
Nicki T on Jan 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I installed the incra system in my sawstop extension, fit almost perfectly, with some drilling of bolts.