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UJK Technology Professional Router Tables
UJK Technology Professional Router Tables
£508.96 (£424.13 Ex. VAT)

UJK Technology Professional Router Tables

  • Solid dependable router tables
  • Top accepts the UJK router elevator plus a range of inserts
  • Quality one-piece aluminium fence
  • Sturdy leg stand with good mobility
  • Cast iron top for complete stability
  • Optional dust extraction box available
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£508.96 (£424.13 Ex. VAT)

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These professional router tables are solid, dependable units that will give many years of useful service. The benefits of using cast iron for the manufacture of machine tables are well known, especially where vibration damping and stability are paramount. The quality of the surface grinding on this 815 x 615 x 40mm top is superb, offering little resistance when passing stock across the table during use. If you have room in your workshop for a full sized router table, you will wonder how you managed without one. There are many complex routing operations that can only be carried out using a table set-up. The aperture in the table tops is designed to accept our router elevator and when fitted with this unit you will have an excellent versatile set-up. Both tops feature a groove to accept a mitre fence attachment and are pre-drilled to accept the fence, leg stand and optional dust collection box.

The fence is a superb quality single aluminium section supplied with a transparent dust port for efficient extraction from above the table. Provision is made for the fitting of guards and accessories with a T-slot at both the top and front of the fence. An adjustable transparent guard is included for your safety. Adjustable scales are provided for attachment at either side of the table and the fence is attached to these and locks into place at the required position. A scale is also provided for the top of the fence with the zero position at the centre. Adjustable in-feed and out-feed fences attach to either side of the aluminium section and the central aperture can be opened and closed according to the diameter of the cutter in use. Fence measures 904 x 90mm high.

The UJK Technology professional leg stand is of sturdy construction with a foot operated retractable castor for excellent mobility around the workshop. A neat rack is provided for keeping your most popular router cutters to hand and provision is made for storage of the supplied mitre fence assembly. Stand height approximately 890mm.

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Specification

Specification

Dust Extraction Outlet 62mm
Fence Size 904 x 90mm
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Reviews (5)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

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Martin pollard

6 April 2016

Nice piece of kit

After a lot of soul searching to try to justify spending this sort of money I finally bit the bullet and ordered the full spec cast iron table,
I have a few little gripes with it firstly it came no assembly instructions what so ever I spoke to Axminster who emailed them to me, I
Must admit it was very simple, levelling the route lift is a pain I couldn't get the left hand rear corner down because of what seemed to be
A slight twist in the plate so I put the right hand side in the vine & gave I a little bit of a twist which rectified the problem and it now fits flush
I used four six mm bolts with locking nuts under them either side of of the securing bolts in the centre of the plate otherwise when you tighten it all up it all pulls out of shape. The centre transport wheel on the front of the table is about useless as it goes over centre when you lock it down then when you go to release it you need to take some of the weight off of it by lifting the table because it's over centre and the lever is digging in to the floor and then try to flick it back with your foot, I have spoken to Axminster about it they were not interested ?.
Having said all that I must admit now having used it to make a few raised panel doors I am really pleased with its performance I found the fence a bit of a fiddle to set up to do the end grain work using the mitre fence so I made up a sled to work directly of the fence, interesting enough if you watch Axminster's video on making doors using this router table that's what their expert chap does, I may invest in their fine fence adjusters ,the router lift is just brilliant I will make you wonder how you ever managed before, I did buy their shaft extension to replace my trend one which was running out of true by about 12 thou,and I must say it is a lovely piece of engineering, all in all not the cheapest table on the market but having had a few I must say you only get what you pay fort


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Philip Le Sueur

7 October 2015

Disappointed

I purchased the professional router table with cast-iron top and elevator insert, to replace my original Trend router table.
Absolutely no problem with the quality of the stand and top or elevator build quality.
However the vibration that sets up when using the assembled kit is quite frightening, even when using the smallest of cutters, I have to slow my Trend T11 router speed down for fear that the assembly will shake itself to bits!
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Rob Speak

23 August 2015

A great table combo

I bought the cast iron table, router elevator and fence to replace a cheap MDF table I bought a couple of years ago. I chose this setup partly on watching Mr Laycock's review, and collected it myself from the Warrington store (very friendly and helpful staff by the way). I had no problems with the setup at all (probably luck). Once set up, and a 2,000HP router installed, it has done everything I have asked of it.

Be aware that the full sized cast iron table is VERY heavy. I didn't bother with the stand as I had previously made a cabinet on castors for the old table, but getting this one located properly meant lifting it on and off a few times to seat it correctly. I needed a few pints to help me recover...

I have only given four stars for features because I would have preferred a doubly adjustable outfeed fence so I could joint on it, but may well but another fence piece to do this.
Overall a great piece of kit and if you are serious about routing I can thoroughly recommend it.
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Geoffrey Laycock

27 November 2014

Totally agree

I have already left a review for the compact cast iron table which I bought having used the full-size table to enable me to write the review Rob refers to. I totally agree with Rob about the instructions for fitting accurately the insert plate. I used a different method, using the supplied bits and pieces and this also is possible, still with a bit of a palaver. Robs method may be easier for those happy to do the very small amount of metalwork involved.

The one thing Rob did not mention is using cigarette papers as a measure of variation in level of surfaces used with a straightedge - the paper placed between straightedge and surface as a moves/doesn't move gauge. Without wishing in any way to promote or support the tobacco industry, Rizla rolling papers have been used for decades by engineers as a measure of very small variations. The current Rizla silver paper is 20 microns thick which is slightly less than 1 thousandths (0.0008") of an inch for you(us) imperialists out there. Not a bad, cheap way to check for variations between surface levels using a straightedge. As a comparison a 'typical' human hair is 50 to 100 microns thick. If you want something slightly less delicate use Rizla green or red as these are approximately 1.5 thousandths of an inch. Blue are somewhere between silver and green/red at approximately 1 thousandth inch.

Whatever method you use, assuming you are always going to pass the workpiece from right to left across the table (there are times you may do this the 'wrong' way round with great care) you should aim to have any errors in level such that the plate is lower than the table at the right end and higher than the table at the left end - all looking from the front of the table. This avoids any 'steps' that may prevent smooth passage of the workpiece.
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Rob Stoakley

10 July 2014

Some table...

Having made a couple of router tables that were fairly rubbish, this time round I went for the 'Full Monty', cast iron version complete with all the obligatory bells n'whistles. It's a hell of a table, period. I agree completely with Geoffrey Laycock's review, which you should also read as a download (on this page) but the one area which is poor (and it doesn't just apply to the UJK table) is the way the insert (in my case, a UJK Router Elevator with Trend T11 router) is fitted…it's simply impossible to get it level as decent instructions aren't included (this will be changing). My review deals with sorting this out, and here's how. Drill out all the threads in the corners and long sides of the table (but NOT the centre of the short sides) to make clean, 7mm holes, then procure some 6mm studding and lop off 6 bits, each 30mm long, then find a dozen 6mm hex nuts. Cut a small screwdriver slot in the top of each bit of studding, thread a nut on each and screw the studding into the insert thread holes, with the screwdriver slot facing up and the studding facing down. Drop the insert into the table recess so it'll now be resting on the six hex nuts. Sort out the corners first of all by spinning the nuts a little at a time till the corners are dead level (check with a straight edge) then place a screwdriver in the slot on top and wind on a second nut underneath the table to lock each piece of studding in turn…those of a certain age will recognise the technique if you've ever adjusted the tappets on an old BMC Mini!
The insert ought to now be dead level across the corners, but may have sagged in the middle, so cut off a further four bits of studding, make the screwdriver slot and find another four nuts. Working from the underside, use the studding to raise the centre of the insert till it's level (checking with a straight edge) and then it lock in place from the top with the single cs screw at each end. Finally, spin up a hex nut onto each stud on the underside of the table to lock them in place securely.
It's a bit of a palaver, but easy enough once you get your head round what you're doing... it does make the insert absolutely dead level and rock solid.

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