Build your own. it's good practice. Really...
Built from scraps and a Rockler insert and tracks - half price sale.
Got the solid brass knobs for $ .50 on closeout.
The power switch is a homemade unit hidden in the top right drawer.
Pull the knob to turn it on, push it in to turn it off - 20A @125vAC.
There's a removable flex-arm lamp mounted on the fence for close-up
work. The fence adjusts with 1/32" per rev of the rear center knob.
Sliding, removable faces on the fence. Built in dust collection for
cabinet and fence - vents from _either_ side of the cabinet. Storage
drawers for plunge bases, accessories, bits, 'n other such stuff...
Built in collapsible casters, and the top is 1.5" thick MDF,
absolutely flat and level, edge banded and laminated.
20 amp outlet and 10 foot 12 gauge power cord with a cord hook.
Steel handles to roll it around with.
Plans? We don't need no steenkin' plans...
You're looking at 'em. <g>
If I had it to do over again, I would use a Mast-R-Lift and a better
router, instead of the toy-like PC 892. Perhaps someday...
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