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.
|Manufacturer Part Number||40-102|
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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.
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11 months ago
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.
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.
Wooden It Be Nice inc.
I have the 4512 table saw and the bench dog router top. Just haven't had time to put them together.
The reason I did buy both is because of a Youtube video that I was were someone did exactly that.
Below is the youtube link that will show you how it's done.
There's a youtube video that shows it being attached but they won't let me put it here.
Go to Youtube and type in the title for the video:
Bench Dog Tools 40 102 ProMax Cast Iron Router Table Extension (Tools & Home Improvement)