Bosch RA1141 Portable Benchtop Router Table

January 2, 2020 - Comment

The Bosch RA1141 Benchtop Router Table delivers ease of use plus stability, featuring an Easy Click router mount that attaches and detaches in seconds, with no leveling required. It has a smooth laminated MDF top, plus it has adjustable laminated MDF face plates for better support. The tall fence handles taller stock, and dual feather

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The Bosch RA1141 Benchtop Router Table delivers ease of use plus stability, featuring an Easy Click router mount that attaches and detaches in seconds, with no leveling required. It has a smooth laminated MDF top, plus it has adjustable laminated MDF face plates for better support. The tall fence handles taller stock, and dual feather boards provide additional control while feeding stock across the table. There’s a bit-height gauge for easier bit setup and enhanced cut precision. With an easy-to-store folding design, this preassembled table has folding legs with storage compartments for convenience and portability. When routing curved work pieces, the starter pin and guard help support the work piece to allow easier control.

Product Features

  • Ultra-portable design – features folding legs for fast setup and easy storage
  • Easy click Router mounting system – provides easy bit changes and no leveling
  • Laminated MDF top – helps users make smooth and precise cuts
  • Onboard storage – ideal for holding Router bits and spare parts
  • No assembly required – comes preassembled
  • Tall fence with two adjustable feather boards – helps to provide extra control and guide work
  • Starter pin and guard – allows easier control for routing curved work pieces
  • Bistro-height gauge – provides easier bit setup and enhanced cut precision

Comments

Anonymous says:

Quite a learning experience. What is up with all the positive reviews? Where to start? Mounting plate was so rough and uneven (NOT flat, as others have noted) that it literally served as a brake, preventing work piece from sliding across the surface. Fixed that by grinding it level, sanding it smooth, cleaning/polishing with fine steel wool and wax paste, and buffing with white rag till clean. (No black residue ended up on work piece this way.) After all that work, wood slides beautifully across the surface. But…then…

Anonymous says:

Let my research be your guide. Okay, I know my needs are quite specific, but I’ve not seen my solution anywhere and it’s working great, so I wanted to share it: I bought this Bosch router table because of the size of its top and the fact that the top is METAL (I’m distrusting of the durability of those MDF tops). The table is terrific and an incredible bang for your buck! My specific needs, though, were for a capable and PORTABLE router table. I use it at home but also will need it for building film sets at my company’s…

Anonymous says:

A Winner. Disclaimer: I’m a wannabe woodworker headed for retirement and a mechanic of 40 years experience.Assembly was a breeze really. I got it mounted and running in 90 minutes. Identifying and sorting all your parts first will help. Having a ratchet with an allen-head socket will speed things along too.Although I would have preferred a full sized router table with a cabinet, my limited space made it impossible. (If I told you how small my shop was, you probably wouldn’t believe it.)…

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