These are not your average router tables. They're made from two layers of MDF and identical low friction micro-dot laminate on both the top and bottom. Few router tables go to the expense of balancing the table with identical laminate on both sides. The advantage is stability and stiffness.
Unlike conventional laminating processes using high viscosity contact cement, the various layers of our tables are chemically welded together using a material with the viscosity of water, pressed in a 50 ton press and heated to approximately 300 degrees. This results in zero glue bumps between the laminate and MDF.
This table have a standard 9-1/4 x 11-3/4 opening just over 3/8” deep. Three different tracks are embedded in the tables; a combination miter channel and T-track and two fence mounting tracks. All three tracks are bolted in from underneath making them virtually impossible to pull out from clamping force.
All outside edges are sealed with PVC edge banding. Made in U.S.A.