EXCALIBUR 40-070 CAST IRON TABLE

But, from a quick search, it sounds as if the table is 27″ deep. Sprung , Sep 21, Some people can get by just fine without a router lift. The Table saw is long gone and replaced with a grizzly slider, but the Rigid’s mobile base became the cast iron router table stand. I still use it, it’s been a fantastic router table top. Which end of the saw are you planning to install it on?

Some people can get by just fine without a router lift. Sprung , Sep 30, The Table saw is long gone and replaced with a grizzly slider, but the Rigid’s mobile base became the cast iron router table stand. Please see click here for all the details. Which end of the saw are you planning to install it on? Has anyone used this combination, and if so, did you run into any problems? Sanborn, MN First name: Are lifts required when mounting a router to a table or woud I be alright without one?

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Your name or email address: SchroedcOct 1, I don’t have anything heavy on that end of the saw and I’ve been thinking about putting a leg or two down on that end to support that end of the top I just have a piece of old counter top currently filling the hole. I had an old Rigid I think that was the predecessors model number that I had put a Bench dog Tools Cast Iron top on, it went on with no modifications if my memory serves.

I am a beginner, and feel that I would be better off purchasing the router table top versus fabricating some type of router table top on my own, and fitting it to my TS. It’s been a very nice combination, and I can’t complain. All times are GMT Rushford MN First name: Results 1 to 4 of 4.

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Has anyone used this combination, and if so, did you run into any problems? Any advice or insight on the matter would be very helpful. You must log excailbur or sign up to reply here.

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Discussion in ‘ General Woodworking Discussion ‘ started by bmketchumSep 21, I have come accross a blog that described using the Excalibur cast iron TS wing with irno Ridgid TS, different model, but same specs in regard to the space available for the additional cast iron router top.

Which end of the saw are you planning to install it on? Tags for this Thread ridgid table saw wing. SprungSep 30, No, create an account now.

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Has anyone used this combination, and if so, did you run into any problems? But, from a quick search, it sounds as if the table is 27″ deep. I have come accross a blog that described using the Excalibur cast iron TS wing with a Ridgid TS, different model, but same specs in regard to the space available for the additional cast iron router top. However, if installing on the left end, where most people seem to install router table extensions, I would most definitely install some supports.

I love being able to just drop the ttable into the hole in my plate and spin it up and down. If you’re putting a cast iron extension top in there, I’d definitely find a way to support it with a couple of added legs on that txble. Some people can get by just fine without a router lift. What I’d do is measure the depth of the cast iron top of the saw. Log in or Sign up. The time now is When you mounted your router, what kind of lift did you use?

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Sanborn, MN First name: Any advice or insight on the matter would be very helpful. The Table saw is long gone and replaced with a grizzly slider, but the Rigid’s mobile base became the cast iron router table stand. I’d go measure mine, as I also have a Ridgid R, but I’m on kid duty this morning.

Davenport, Iowa First name: Might have to drill a few holes if the mounting holes don’t line up, but that would be it. The biggest thing is that you might have to drill some holes in either the router extension or in the table or the wing of the saw so that you can mount it. Yes, my password is: I am a beginner, and feel that I would be better off purchasing the router table top versus fabricating some type of router table top on my own, and fitting it to my TS.

I still use it, it’s been a fantastic router table top. It turned out to be a great tool for me to have started with. Are lifts required when mounting a router to a table or woud I be alright without one?

Do you already have an account? If you’re installing it on the right side, you might not need the supports though I would probably put one or two on there, 40-00 to be safe.