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The horizontal router table is my new favorite addition to the shop.  The benefits of having a router in the horizontal position for some operations is unmatched!  You can do some really cool routing operations in the horizontal position.

 

The 12 minute video shows how to make crown molding, trim molding, mortise and tenon joints, and raised panels - all using the MLCS horizontal router table. See the benefits of using a horizontal table when working with wide stock. The Horizontal Router Table makes auxiliary fences, multiple featherboards and jigs unnecessary. Visit MLCS Woodworking for more information.

 

This video covers:

  • Making custom trim molding
  • Crown Molding
  • Mortise and Tenon Joints
  • Rabbits
  • Raised Panels

 

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6/3/2009 2:05:53 PM
United States
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Reply to comment from Joe who wrote:
Great job John I bought one based on your video and use it often in my remodeling project. Thanks Jo...

You're welcome Joe.  My friends at MLCS will be happy know my video is showing their product in a good light.  I'm glad you like my site too!  Thanks for commenting.
6/2/2009 4:51:23 AM
United States
Joe
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Great job John I bought one based on your video and use it often in my remodeling project. Thanks John BTW love your site and all the information as well as videos.
3/4/2009 1:50:04 PM
India
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The horizontal router table can be very effective ,if one can implement this ..keep the creative work up!!!!
2/3/2009 5:46:36 PM
United States
Ike Daniels
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nice looks like the one i made from acrylic there the same but mine is smaller and attaches to the back of my torsion box top!! but i've always liked that one!!
7/20/2008 5:55:48 PM
United States
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Good info! But where are your safety glasses? Please don't wear rings when working with power tools.
6/15/2008 7:15:56 PM
United States
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Great entry forum for novice/intermediate
6/15/2008 12:15:53 PM
United States
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Excellent- very informative
Ditto on the safety glasses
5/20/2008 5:43:30 PM
United States
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good in all respects, except commercial for MCLS...I dont think the brand is worthy of your efforts.
5/15/2008 5:52:06 AM
United States
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he isto usdeos y os considero xelentes mi problema es el idioma pero me egustaria recibir  mas videos grovesmalo@hotmail.com gracias
2/25/2008 5:57:11 AM
United States
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nice presentation. good machine.
2/9/2008 1:08:48 PM
United States
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That looks like something could build yourself. Some metal work and some springs.
12/19/2007 11:40:47 AM
United States
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very informative
12/17/2007 3:26:13 PM
United States
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Great intro to Horizontal!! Thanks
12/6/2007 8:27:15 PM
United States
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Yikes, that's a lot of bit exposed there.  A sheet of 1/4" hardboard laid on the table top would provide for a nice zero-clearance cutter operation, and would eliminate the need for many adjustments of the router height.  Faster and safer . . . now that's the ticket.



11/3/2007 3:50:22 AM
United States
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Great table and MLCS technicians are great at asnwering product questions. I bought one because of this video review.  
10/5/2007 4:22:17 PM
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9/17/2007 4:49:37 PM
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Very nice router addition
9/9/2007 1:07:09 AM
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8/18/2007 4:17:52 AM
United States
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NEEDS TO SHOW CLOSEUP OF BITS,OTHERWISE GREAT.THANK U
7/14/2007 4:19:20 AM
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I love it. Thank you
4/29/2007 5:43:13 AM
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Very COOL tool!
4/14/2007 5:48:00 PM
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