The UJK Portable Trim Router Table is specifically designed for use with the increasingly popular 1/4″ palm type routers. This table and fence offers you all the accuracy and versatility of a large full size router table, but on a smaller scale; providing a portable, benchtop format.
The table top is made from 20mm thick phenolic board, an extremely stable, durable and strong material; perfect for this application (the legs are 16mm phenolic board). The table top is 400mm wide x 300mm.The aperture in the table is 40mm diameter. The top features a machined T-slot for a mitre fence etc. The slot is fully compatible with UJK M6 or M8 T-slot bolts.
The 400mm x 55mm tall fence is adjustable front to back. The aperture in the fence is 50mm x 28mm high. The fence also has a machined T-slot for mounting stops etc. The fence includes a safety shield and the extraction outlet has a slight taper, which ensures a good fit for hoses or adaptors from different brands of extractor.
On the base; the front rail has three 20mm dog holes for attaching the table to a multifunction workbench using bench dogs. The front rail is designed to allow the use of F or G clamps for attaching the table to a worktop or bench. The back rail features five 1/4″ holes for cutter storage.
Will my router fit? The criteria being; the router must have a base no larger than 152mm in diameter and be no taller than 250mm. The 152mm recess is cut into the underside of the top to a depth of 10mm, minimising any potential loss of depth of cut. To fit your router, use the router’s base as a template to mark and drill fixing holes. Alternatively photocopy the router base or make a template from thin card. Full details are covered in the instructions.
- Benchtop accuracy and versatility for compact 1/4″ routers
- Perfect for small runs of mouldings and fine routing
- Fully functional and portable with a small footprint
- Made from strong and stable phenolic board
- Fence and table T-slots compatible with UJK T-slot bolts
- Full fitting instructions included
- Made in Britain