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Item 834197
Model RA1171

Bosch - Bench Top Router Table

$199.00

Don’t let the size fool you; the versatile design of the RA1171 enables woodworkers to tackle a wide variety of routing applications. With a sturdy aluminum fence that measures 4-7/8" high by...

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Don’t let the size fool you; the versatile design of the RA1171 enables woodworkers to tackle a wide variety of routing applications. With a sturdy aluminum fence that measures 4-7/8" high by 25-1/8" long, handling tall stock is not a problem, and the adjustable MDF faceplates allow for better support and smoother operation. The fence has a max opening of 3-3/16" and a max throat opening of 3-5/8". This unit comes with a rigid aluminum router mounting plate that will remain flat and true for precise, accurate cuts time after time and is predrilled for variety of routers, including Porter-Cable, DeWalt, Makita, Craftsman and, of course, Bosch.

The enclosed cabinet-style design efficiently removes dust and has two dust-collection ports for removing dust and debris above and below the table. Both ports are designed to fit standard-sized 2-1/2" vacuum hoses. This Router Table measures 25-1/2" wide by 14-1/2" high by 15-7/8" deep and weighs 42 pounds.

The easy-to-use featherboards attach to the fence, or the table, and are fully adjustable to fit a variety of workpieces, while providing support and control to safely feed stock across the routing table. The miter slot fits standard 3/4" accessories or any miter gauge measuring 3/4" x 3/8" deep. Bosch also includes a dual outlet switch with a 6' power cord as standard equipment.

Includes: Bench Top Router Table, Aluminum Router Mounting Plate, 3X Mounting Plate Rings, Mounting Hardware, 2X Adjustable Featherboards, Adjustable Clear Guard, Starter Pin and Guard, and 2X Outfeed Fence Shims.

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    Meh

    Purchased this sometime ago on special along with a Bosch router from a big box store (don't tell the folks at WoodCraft). It'll get you by for a bit. Table is too small for serious work. Fence is fussy. Dust collection tolerable at best. Router plate is only okay, and the opening will not accept any other plate. Benefit - it will get you thinking about a better router table.

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