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Convert your router table to an open work table—a great space-saving solution for small shops!

Rockler Router Table Removable Worktop

Item #
52765
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One way to conserve space in a small shop is to make your tools and workspaces multi-purpose. In keeping with that, this removable worktop lets you quickly convert your router table to a work table/assembly table. Machine the parts for a jewelry box with our Spline Jig or Box Joint Jig, then set the worktop in place and assemble your box. The top has a grid of lines in 1'' increments so you can square up assemblies and take rough measurements. The MDF material is dimensionally stable and stands up to heavy use.


Features:

  • Quickly convert your router table to a work surface while protecting it from damage
  • Miter bars lock into your router table's miter slot to secure worktop in place
  • 1'' grid and protractor angles let you eyeball measurements or set a T-bevel gauge
  • Handy conversion table from fractions to decimals, and imperial to metric
  • Included hooks let you store the worktop on the back of the router table
  • Hooks also hold your Rockler router table fence when worktop is in use
(1) Rockler Router Table Removable Worktop
(2) Storage hooks
(2) Miter slot bars with hardware
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 11.5500
Tech Spec
  • Worktop Dimensions: 24'' x 32'' x 1/2'' thick
  • Worktop Material: Screen-printed MDF with clear coat and PVC edge banding
  • Compatible Miter Slot: 3/8'' x 3/4''
  • Router Table Compatibility: Fits all Rockler router tables and most others (some may require modification)
Tech Docs No
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A Genius Idea
A few weeks before I saw this, my Kreg router table had an accident where it was used as an assembly table and a bunch of screw heads gouged the surface. As soon as I saw this advertised in a Rockler e-mail, I went to my local store to check it out. Got it home, nothing to drill, just the miter bars to position and it covers 99% of my Kreg table. A great idea well-executed
June 30, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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one of my hangers is squared and one has a slanted end. is this normal?
Laurab on Sep 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Mine are both square. You probably have one that is bent.