High-end router tables
Every shop needs a router table for safely crafting joinery and decorative edges on workpieces. Although it can be as simple as a piece of plywood and a clamped-on straightedge, these high-end models bring accuracy and adjustability to the table, while leaving frustration (and a few Benjamins) behind. All three feature combination T-track and miter-slot inset in the top, and an extruded aluminum fence with independent sub-fences, shims to offset the faces, T-track, and a 21⁄2 " dust port.
JessEm, $700 (from components) (above)
Rout-R-Table stand (no. 05001) $170
Mast-R-Top top (no. 03006) $230
Rout-R-Plate insert (no. 03101) $70
Mast-R-Fence II (no. 04010) $230