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ITs certaintly possible and has been done by many members of this forum. Use the search feature or look at the TS-3650 Assembly Tips thread for dozens of examples.
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I used a Craftsman router table top and modified it to fit between the rails of my 3650. It worked fine for a few years before I built a stand alone router table. One word of caution though...the aluminum extrusions (rails) on the 3650 will bend due to the weight of the router. A 45 degree angle brace or legs to the floor will be needed to keep the rails from sagging after some time has gone by. Have no doubt...they will sag from the weight if left without any additional support.