- Working with long, short or narrow pieces of lumber. A router table is very handy if you are doing mass production of pieces at one time.
- Edge trimming-using a router table eliminates the need to hold the piece and the pattern while you cut.
- Using as a jointer-provides a space saving alternative to having a separate jointer.
- Slots and grooves-saves time when doing multiple identical cuts.
- Stopped cuts-much safer than using a hand held router.
- Dovetails-allows for a wide variety of joint sizes and configurations.
- Raised door panels
- Finger joints and drawer locks
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