New SHOP FOX® Router Table & Sliding Table Attachment
Shop Fox – Router Table & Sliding Table Attachment for the W1819/W1820 Table Saws
W1821 Router Table Attachment Highlights
• Features a universal router mount, a 27″ wide precision-ground cast iron table, an extruded aluminum
fence, and a starting pin for contour shaping.
• Includes double-cross 3⁄4″ x 3⁄8″ T-slots, two aluminum lock handles, an adjustable support post, and a 2 1⁄2″
• Mounts to most table saws with 27″ deep tables.
• Has a suggested list price of $484.00.
W1822 Sliding Table Attachment Highlights
• Easily installs on most table saws with 27″ deep tables, and will greatly increase crosscutting capabilities.
• Features a telescopic crosscutting fence with a built-in work stop for repeat cuts, and an industrial-grade
sliding table with a linear guide mechanism for extremely accurate cuts.
• Can crosscut workpieces up to 48″ long.
• Has a suggested list price of $709.00.
All Shop Fox accessories are covered by a 1 year warranty.
For more information on this Shop Fox product, other items in the Woodstock or Shop Fox line of products, or to locate a distributor near you, contact Woodstock International, Inc., by mail at P.O. Box 2309, Bellingham, WA 98227, by telephone at (800) 840-8420, or fax (800) 647-8801. The company’s website is located at www.shopfox.biz and you can send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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I cant find any reviews on this. What are the pros and cons?
Unfortunately none of the editors here have tried this out. Maybe another reader has and will post their thoughts on it.