UJK Technology OTORO Compact Palm Router Table
UJK Technology OTORO Compact Palm Router Table
£299.96 (£249.97 Ex. VAT)

UJK Technology OTORO Compact Palm Router Table

  • A unique and ingenious router table
  • Perfect for making small, precision components
  • Fits Bosch GKF 600, Makita RT0700CX2 or the DeWALT D26204K
  • Clamps to a table or bench top up to 60mm thick
  • Built in router lift with fine feed adjustment
  • Choice of 3 modes of operation detailed below
  • Edge preparation: fine control, 0.1mm depth of cut possible
  • Width planing: exact thicknessing of small section timber
  • Moulding: produces small precise profiles
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£299.96 (£249.97 Ex. VAT)

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The UJK Technology OTORO Compact Palm Router Table is a unique and ingenious piece of equipment. It is perfect for model makers, dolls house builders and any craftsperson wishing to make smaller sized, precision components.

It is designed to be used with a palm router, either the Bosch GKF 600, Makita RT0700CX2 or DeWALT D26204K. The Bosch and DeWALT fit directly, the Makita uses an adaptor sleeve as supplied. Install the router, connect the dust extractor port and you are ready for business. You can clamp the table to a bench top or work table up to 60mm thick, allowing you to use it wherever is convenient. The table has both coarse and fine feed adjustments for exact height modification of the cutter.

Three modes of operation are possible with this router table: preparing an edge, planing the board to width and moulding.
Edge preparation: the Rear Planing Fence consists of 2 sections, a fixed outfeed and an adjustable infeed. The adjustment uses a ‘folding wedge’ arrangement, where one slides against the other controlling the depth of cut. Very fine control and accuracy come from the 10:1 scale. Moving and locking the leading wedge 1mm produces a cutting depth of only 0.1mm. A featherboard is included to keep the timber securely against the fence.

Width planing: the Rear Planing Fence is replaced by the Rear Featherboard Fence. The Front Fence, complete with a similar folding wedge adjustment, is used to set the planing width of the board. Although looking somewhat unconventional, this method will produce very precise thicknesses. The maximum board width that will fit between the featherboards is 130mm. By using double-sided tape and sticking a workpiece onto a carrier, you can prepare very thin material.

Moulding: the Compact Router Table performs in much the same way as a conventional router table. In this case, the result is a small and exact profile. The table includes a selection of table inserts to accommodate different sized cutters. When not in use the table can be stored under a bench or in a small cupboard.

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Dust Extraction Outlet 47 mm
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Table Size 315 mm x 300 mm
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Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Mark T

6 May 2018

Exceptionally pleased with my purchase!

I bought this to give another router set up in my workshop so I could leave the settings in my Jessum table undisturbed.
I have in fact used it with a piece of 18mm ply clamped to the MFT that I keep outside (suitably covered). [I would use the same method in my workshop but clamping to my workbench. NB not in video]
My initial experience with routers 25 years ago was off putting. Starting again about six years ago my confidence has grown largely through use of the Festool router table.
Always having had an integrated lift this was one key feature that attracted me to the Otoro, over homemade or the Rockler.
My views on the Otoro are therefore based on prior experience with my Festool and Jessum tables.
The Otoro is very high quality, very well thought through and delightful to use.
The video does not do justice to the Otoro and tends to restrict expectations of what it will do, buy one and what you can do with it is only limited by your imagination!
The addition of a no volt release switch is a vast improvement to ease of operation (and safety), surprisingly I found on the left of my bench top was good.
At the moment I would prefer the fence clamp to be adjusted via a screw as the handle fouls the wood I am mounting the Otoro to.
I would like a second fence as swapping them is a bit slow and tedious
Exceptionally pleased with my purchase!
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