Bench Dog Router Table Review

Bench Dog Router Table Review

Bench Dog Router Table Review
Bench Dog ProMaxRT 40-300 Router Table

Matt Vanderlist of Matt’s Basement Workshop and Gerry Barnaby got together on ToolSelect.com for a Bench Dog router table review. In the video posted below they discuss the top of the line model 40-300 Promax-RT cast iron router table which includes the fence and cabinet.

This router table has a cast iron top which comes in at nearly 100 lbs. The top measures a massive 32″ x 24″ and is 1-1/4″ thick and is ground to be flat withing .008″.  The included cabinet is made from high grade Baltic birch ply. Also included is the Bench Dog 32″ ProFence along with a heavy duty router plate with options to fit a number of different routers.

Bench Dog Router Table Review

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While the price is not cheap Bench Dog has created a great value in  the 40-300 Promax-RT cast iron router table/fence/cabinet combo. In addition I found the video review that Matt & Barnaby did was very informative. You can find out more about this Bench Dog router table package at Amazon.com.

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Analyzing Bandsaw Blade Squeal

Matthias Wandel of woodgears.ca does a great job analyzing bandsaw blade squeal in this video found on youtube. If you are wondering why your band saw is making that noise, this video will show you and help you decide what type of blade can help prevent the noise.

Analyzing Bandsaw Blade Squeal

He certainly put a lot of time and effort into preparing for the video. I loved the model blade he made and learned much from his video analyzing bandsaw blade squeal.

If you would like to learn more about band saw blade squeal or how to tune your band saw for better operation check out The Bandsaw Book by Lonnie Bird. I have it and find it a great reference whenever I have a question about all things bandsaw!

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