"Bill" wrote in message
Menards sent a grocery bag in the mail today with careful instructions
about how everything that would fit into the bag would be 20% off .
Turns out, a PC-557 plate-joiner fits a grocery bag almost exactly,
which brought it's retail price to $160(I remembered the unit being on
sale for $180 before Christmas, but unfortunately that sale was now
over). I did the only thing I could do... I slipped a bagof size FF
andsize 20 biscuits into the bag and brought 'em home.I still need a
. I should probably buy the one for about $150, including
shipping- at grizzly. The WoodworkerShowsis coming to Indianapolis in
about 2 weeks. Suggestionon router table? They evidently are usually
sold as a luxury item.
Bill, take a look at Pat Warner's site http://www.patwarner.com/ and go to
here http://www.patwarner.com/router_table.html . Some excellent advice and
anything he makes is top shelf. He used to be quite active in this forum and
mentored many of us on using a router.
A few years back Pat wrote an article for FWW and showed how to make an
earlier version of his "Precision Integrated Curtain Fence". I built the
split-fence version that is shown in the router table article and have used
it to make cabinet doors and drawers for 3 kitchens plus an interior door
with curved rails as well as many other projects.
Build your own table and customize it to your needs.