1. to hold a 'full size' router (ie with 12mm/0.5in bit capacity). Preferably usable by most router makes.
2. to be able to tilt either the table bed, or the router itself, so that non-standard chamfer angles can be cut on the edge of timber with a standard straight flute bit.
3. tough/rigid enough so that there isn't a great deal of flexing in the table to knock the work 'off centre'
Alternatively, are there any router mounts/guides available in which the workpiece stays put whilst the router is fixed to a mount which moves along a sliding adjustable rail?