Check out: Woodtek 165557, Portable Power Tool Accessories, Routers & Trimmers, Small Cast Iron Router Table 27″ X 16″

Woodtek 165557, Portable Power Tool Accessories, Routers & Trimmers, Small Cast Iron Router Table 27" X 16"

The Woodtek(R) Small Cast Iron Router Table, measuring 27" x 16", gives you the stability and durability that no mdf, laminate or phenolic router table top can provide. Cast iron has added benefits of absorbing vibration and sound better. The end result being truer and cleaner cuts with a quieter work environment. It will fit most any 27" deep table saw on the market on either the left or right side. Made to fit the Woodtek(R) Deluxe Workbench Router Stand 165-563 . Will work with other inserts and router lifts having an 11-3/4" x 9-1/4" x maximum 7/16" thick plate with 3/4" radius corners. Imported. Please note that when the extension wing is attached to the table saw, the Woodtek(R) 165-560 Fence Assembly will not be able to be used. The rails for the table saw fence prevent the attachment of the router fence mounting brackets. Insert opening: 11-3/4" x 9-1/4" x 3/4" corner radius. Workbench Top dimensions: 27" x 16" x 1-1/2". Two integrated dual-tracks: Slot for miter gauges and one fo

Price: $ 249.99

H2O Power Equipment (800) 255-6354 Wet Sand Blaster Pressure Washing Tools and Accessories http://www.h2opowerinc.com

The Wet Sand Blaster is an attachment for Pressure Washers and Power Washers. H2O Power Equipment offers a full line of Accessories for Power Washing. The Wet Sand Blaster is very powerful and connects direct to your high power Pressure Washer to strip and clean.

This Sandblaster attachment is a “Dust Free” cleaning solution that can strip paint from walls and barnacles from ships. This Landa unit attaches to hot or cold water pressure washers and combines abrasive materials with the power washer spray for cleaning.

For more information on sand blasting equipment and Power Pressure Washer Accessories, p[leas call H2O Power Equipment at (800) 255-6354 or visit www.H2oPowerInc.com
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5 Responses to “Check out: Woodtek 165557, Portable Power Tool Accessories, Routers & Trimmers, Small Cast Iron Router Table 27″ X 16″”

  1. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five Stars, April 19, 2016
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    Fred W. St Clair (South Florida) –
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    This review is from: Woodtek 165557, Portable Power Tool Accessories, Routers & Trimmers, Small Cast Iron Router Table 27″ X 16″ (Misc.)
    This thing is great. It is very well made, and IT IS FLAT.
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  2. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five Stars, November 7, 2015
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    adam

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  3. Chris Kendall

    hey guy. Chances are this is powder coated which is polyester, not harmful. plus modern paint isn't harmful once solvents are evaporated(curing process) pollution is from painting not stripping. I bet you don't make it out of this life alive anyways so no worries

  4. Bud Arnold

    i used to do the same but isn't that contaminating the environment with paint chips? To be responsible we should do this in a contained space and all water and sand captured and sent to a hazardous waste facility not left to run off into storm drains and rivers and soil. Right?

  5. Bud Arnold

    i used to do the same but isn't that contaminating the environment with paint chips? To be responsible we should do this in a contained space and all water and sand captured and sent to a hazardous waste facility not left to run off into storm drains and rivers and soil. Right?

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