You can do a lot with a simple handheld router, but if you've got a woodworking project or some other build that requires more stability and precision, you're going to want a router table. Usually, people dismiss the table as a needless accessory, but right now you can get router .
Able to attach to any existing workbench, this router table has a rigid aluminum mounting plate for extra accuracy and two featherboards help protect against kickback. It's also easy to use and easy to clean, and it works with a variety of routers, including Bosch, DeWalt, Hitachi, Makita, or Ryobi.
Bosch usually lets one of these tables go for $200, but .