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    Hello everyone,love Your forum.

    Router table is 15mm aluminium plate salvager from a robot I decomissioned at work.
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    Re: another version of TS/router table

    Just wait until the boss finds the rest of the remains of the "decommissioned" robot,
    you will be in big trouble then,


    beautiful work
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    • #3
      Re: another version of TS/router table

      Nice work. I like the use of the linear bearing and your mounting blocks are nice too. Very slick.
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      • #4
        Re: another version of TS/router table

        Sweet!
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        • #5
          Re: another version of TS/router table

          Thanks Guy's for the complements.
          BHD,My boss was going to pay outside contractors to disassemble the robot.I convinced Him My crew and I could do it in a week and recycle the material.

          After the cost of trucking the material to the recycler,the company was cut a check for $14,000.
          Most was aluminium and Stainless steel.

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          • #6
            Re: another version of TS/router table

            Outstanding!

            15mm solid Al? Wow!

            What did the robot used to make? $14k scrap value suggests a huge machine, especially with 15mm plate.

            I have scrap envy

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