Top Ten Router Table Accessories
Get the most our of your router table. Here are our favorite accessories to do it right.
A few inexpensive accessories will make your router table safer and more accurate. In this article the editors of ShopNotes discuss their ten favorites: insert plates, T-track and miter track, auxiliary power switches, speed controllers, featherboards, dust collection ports, bit guards, push blocks, and set-up gauges.
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