Adjustable fence with joining capabilities. 32" x 16" x 1" Laminated MDF table top. MDF sacrificial faces on the fence. Aluminum T-track on the fence
- Table size: 16" x 32" x 1"
- Fence length: 28"
- Weight: 28lbs
- Switch Rating: 120V, AC Only, 15 Amps
- Outlet: Dual
- For use with the following routers:
- Bosch® models: 1617, 1617 EVS, 1617 EVSPK
- Craftsman® models: 17504, 17505, 17506, 17508, 17510, 17511, 17515, 17517, 17533 combo, 24833 combo, 27500, 26921
- Hitachi® models: M12V, KM12VC
- Makita® models: RF1101, RP1101, RF1101K
- Milwaukee® models: 5615-20, 5616-20
- Porter Cable® models: 693LRPK, 694PK, 694VK, 892, 893PK, 7529, 8529
- RIDGID® model: R2930
- RYOBI® models: R160, R161K, R162K, R163K, R165U, R175, RE175, RE180PL/PL1
- Skil® models: 1810, 1825
- Miter gauge (1x)
- Throat plates (5x)
- Starting pin (1x)
- Sets of hardware (3x) to attach routers to table
- Feather board
Intermediate Router Table
Intermediate Router Table is rated out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Franko B from Why did I wait that long to get the router table I bought this about 6-8 weeks ago to elp on shiplack I am putting on ceiling in my A-frame to get away from the white walls. Some of the edges on top of A-frame are not at right angle to glue/nail the pieces in and used router for putting camfers at bottom and they contour to the ceiling to give it a crisp straight look. Used again for floor/wall mouldings in house to cut out a recess to fit the door frame pieces in- Wit a few different bits you can do amazing things on this router table. All my new power tools are Ryobi- just bought a saw table for rest of projects-- floor- ... These tools have never let me down.
Date published: 2020-10-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by Garymacd57 from Solid table, but... Table construction is much better than the Craftsman Router Table I just replaced. I have this paired with the Ryobi plunge router. My greatest challenge with this combination is the difficulty changing bits and heights. I actually have to either move the fence and lose my settings then pull the router out of the table or turn the table on its side to see what I am doing and then cannot see the height of the cutter. It’s a frustrating start to my new projects. My worst experience with Ryobi tools.
Date published: 2020-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by gandalf from Very nice router table I bought this router table a few weeks ago, and am pleased that it is able to accommodate my older Craftsman router (model 174921). I am still waiting for the paint to dry on a cabinet that I built to mount the table on, so I have only a little experience using it. It seems quite well made, and I am happy with my purchase. The only complaint that I have is that the screws that came with the table to use for mounting the router are not the advertised size. My router requires 8-32 x 5/8" screws. Though the manual states that there are 8-32 x 5/8" screws included, the 8-32 screws included are actually 7/8" long, and bottomed out in my router base before pulling the router up tight to the table insert. I contacted Ryobi, and they sent me two packages, both labeled 8-32 x 5/8". They also are 7/8" long (see the photo). The table is great, and the need to buy some different screws minor, but I do think that Ryobi should know that the screws being supplied, regardless of their labeling, are not the stated length.
Date published: 2020-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3CBC3 from Very pleased with this router table I found the assembly easy and straight forward. The instructions were easy to read. Took a little over 90 minutes to assemble, taking my time. As with most tools and projects with MDF, the screws cannot be over-tightened. The manual on their website lists the routers that will fit this table. I had no problems leveling the router plate as long as the screws are not so tight as to warp the plate. Overall I am very pleased with this product.
Date published: 2019-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by kublakahn119 from Easy Set Up, Great Features I'm extremely happy with my Ryobi router table. It's large size made it easy to mount my Bosch router, and I was surprised to see how quickly I could get to work after opening the box. I've used it at least a dozen times already, and it's been smooth sailing all the way. This table has all the features more expensive tables have, and is by far the best bang for your buck.
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Steveofg27 from Great for beginners. If you're a beginner like me then it's just what you need. it doesn't take up much space and it does just about every job DIY'er would need it to do. Easy to use, many functions and, doesn't take up much space.
Date published: 2019-05-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cline65 from Great starter table I bought this to incorporate into my workbench, along with my table saw and sliding miter saw.
Date published: 2020-03-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by Terry56 from good for a starter I brought this router table about 2 months ago I am still learning how to work on this table it is a good table but only one thing is wrong with it that I can tell the table needs to be wider and the legs they are to bulky it is hard to store if the legs was made different and made easy to store it would be this right thing to have if you do not use it all the time. But this is a very good router table to have to start out learning how to use a router to build things
Date published: 2020-01-29