I see that these are the same thing that I run into. What I'm looking for
is not a typical router table. It's not a milling machine either (although
it's close to one).
The version that I'm looking for is like a milling machine except that the
"router is mounted horizontally. The piece gets mounted to the table. The
table then moves left and right/up and down perpendicular to the router
The guy who had it said that it was a "good" model and that is cost about
$500 (less the router)
Thanks again for you help and time.
Is there a "woodshop" list I can ask this to?
Eric Petrevich - CLP
Relavis Corporation | 212-817-4034
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<ryoung@NAVCO To: "'email@example.com'"
10/02/00 Subject: RE: Multi-table?
Are you talking about http://www.woodsmithstore.com/routercabinet.html ?
Or something like http://www.porta-nails.com/univroutertable.html ?
FWIW, I also found a Cincinnati Horizontal Mill (with vertical mill
for sale used for only $4000 <g>
On Monday, October 02, 2000 9:07 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org
> This is more of a woodworking shop question.
> Does anyone know what you call the machine that has a table that moves in
> planes (horizontal and vertical) with a fixed router next to it? The
> typically have stops on them so you can control the router much better.
> I believe that they are called a "multi-router table" or something. (and
> search on the web shows nothing) Another friend said they were a
> "Horizontal Boring Machine" but the only ones I can find are meant for
> serious (read <milling shops>) shops and for metal (not to mention the
> $10,000 plus price range.)
> I used one of these that my ex-fiances father had in his shop. (due to
> breakup, I can't ask him what it's called) 8>(
> Also, where can I buy one?
> Thanks in advance.
> Eric Petrevich - CLP
> Relavis Corporation | 212-817-4034