ROUTER TABLE INSERT FOR BOSCH TABLE SAW – ALL THE DETAILS


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  1. zola tanaffa

    nice video as usual Andreas.
    I think you should make two supports on the right side of the table, maybe under the adjustable bar of the saw plane.
    i hope to be wrong but I would not want it to bend during a processing.
    see you in the next video
    ciao

  2. heynet4u

    Hervorragendes Video, Andreas. Ich danke dir für die Verlinkung. Mittlerweile spiele ich auch mit dem Gedanken in eine Triton zu investieren. Aber erst, wenn ich das Geld für eine andere, größere Anschaffung zusammen und ausgegeben habe.

  3. ToolsConsumables

    Dear Sir,
    Your work is very clean in spite of your little mistakes here & there. The table does look like it's a factory items rather than an add on. Maybe when you get to do your dream work table, you will exercise a bit more patience & achieve what you are capable of. I am definitely looking forward to seeing more of your projects. Kind regards.

  4. Robert W.

    Love KREG stuff. Their new corner clamp comes out this month. Great video Andi, will be doing it soon myself with my GTS 10 XC 👍👍👍

  5. ahmet emiroglu

    Thank you Mr. Kalt. Your video technique, fiction, screen angel absolutely perfect. Very useful, helpful video work like as always.

  6. Alfred Neumann

    I have watched (i guess) 10 videos, where the big Triton lands in a tabelsaw. And every time it was interesting. So also your video. And in all videos there are little differences in realization the work.
    When my time comes for doing this, i can take back on a bunch of experiences. And yours are one of them. Danke fürs Video.
    Cheerio aus dem Schwabenland.

  7. Stefan Hölzel

    Hi Andreas,
    Super wie immer! Freu mich schon auf den Anschlag!
    Das mit den Radius für die einlegeplatte wäre mir sicherlich auch passiert! 😉

    Na da bin ich mal gespannt auf deinen ultimativen Assembly-Table (da gibts nicht mal ne vernünftige Übersetzung 🤭😉)

    💪💪💪

  8. Paddys Woodshop - Holzwerkstatt

    Ein gutes Video Andreas. Alles gut und in Ruhe gezeigt. Wie immer sehr gut. Hat Spaß gemacht zu zusehen. Danke dir. 👍

  9. Thomas Kolloch

    Ist wieder einmal ein schönes Video geworden. Obwohl es schon ein paar videos zu dem Thema gibt, hast du es geschafft das Video sehr gut und interessant zu gestalten 👍

  10. Jas Per

    Hallo Andreas,
    danke für das tolle Video. Bei mir steht irgendwann dieses Jahr auch der Einsatz an. Da ist es super, dass man nochmal eine "Anleitung" hat. Vielen Dank auch für deine Outtakes. Es ist echt sinnvoll, nicht alle Fehler selber zu machen. Und es ist doch schön zu wissen, das woanders auch nicht alles klappt.
    Schönen Abend und weiter so!
    Jasper

  11. TroppY's HolzHütte

    echt klasse und sicher eine super Kombination…platzsparend und leicht nachzubauen
    hab vielen Dank für dein Video
    lg TroppY

  12. Stephen Shipley

    I usually like your videos. Why is this a video of some hands holding something on a bench while I hear unnecessary music? 2:17 and I give up!

  13. De Walter

    Hallo Andreas! Triton hat sich an der Oberfräse mit Sicherheit bereits einen Golden Arsch verdient ( Ich war erst am überlegen in englisch zu schreiben aber das wäre wohl zu irritierent für die englisch Zuschauer gewesen haha ) Nein , zum Einbau in einen Frästisch wie bei dir ist die erstklassig geeignet . Ansonsten kannst du mit dem Teil wegen der Größe , Handlichkeit und Gewicht nichts anfangen außer vielleicht Fensterscheiben einwerfen 🙂 Danke für dein Video und das aufzeigen wo es problematisch werden könnte ! Grüße!

  14. Wusli One

    Hallo Andreas, tolles Video und ich habe es bis zum Schluss angesehen 🙂 Ich habe aber noch eine Frage (bin am Nachbau interessiert) warum hattest du um die Kreg-Platte 2 Klebstreifen angefügt, würde der Ausschnitt so nicht zu gross? Ich freue mich schon auf das Video bezüglich Absaugung. Beste Grüsse Urs

  15. Andrew Carey

    Gentlemen…There is a 'Retracting Power Switch Cover' on this router. If you want to use a paddle switch, the Switch Cover on the router must be dealt with. Check your forums for more info.

  16. wforl

    Hmm. I thought this router had an NVR switch built in? So if you turned off the power at the table NVR, wouldn't that mean the router cannot turn back on again until you turn it on and off at the router nvr? confused.

  17. Fr4nk Furt3r

    Sehr gute Videotechnik und die Tips am Ende sind echt hilfreich. Ich habe das auch noch vor, aber es kommt eben doch immer wieder etwas dazwischen. 😉

  18. Jörg Steinbach

    Wie immer, super Video , ich hab mir meinen Frästisch zu Weihnachten gebaut und nach ein paar Wochen festgestellt, dass sich die Siebdruckplatte über die Länge eventl. auch durch das Gewicht der Triton Fräse gesenkt hatte.Das Problem konnte durch 2 Winkel am Sägetisch behoben werden.

  19. Hakan Torun

    Hello Andreas, great video again. I have the same table saw and this video is more practical for me.I want to ask you about the plastic part around the crank keeping it on the insert plate.I don't know its name and where to find it. It would be nice if you could give me some info.Thanks again.

  20. Christian Seidel

    Schönes Video und ein 👍 dagelassen….aber bitte das nächste Mal keine Wasserwaage zum Klemmen benutzen Andreas. Ich als Maurer und Fliesenleger bekomme immer ganz schnell eine Gänsehautentzündung, wenn ich sehe wie das sensieble Messwerkzeug für andere Dinge benutzt wird.🙈😂 Grüße aus Norwegen.

  21. World of Electronics

    Hallo Andreas habe meine genau gleich eingebaut wie du schönes Video aber musste nach 2 Wochen noch 2 Leisten hochkannt von unten an die Siebdruckplatte ranschrauben da die Tra001 der Brummer🤣 mir die Platte ganz leicht durchgebogen hat aber konnte das abfangen
    Gruss von meinem Kanal Lg Urs

  22. Woodworker 68

    Bravo👍🏻👍🏻entlich ein Video,das man mit Massangaben gebrauchen kann. Sehr gut erklärt ohne Worte 😂😂😂mach weiter so 😜😜😜

  23. Lionel Powell

    loved your video, many thanks!! Can you advise me where to find the links. I am also interested to find about dust extraction for the same particularly when built off the supplied saw fence. kind regards keep up the good work!!

  24. L Emech

    Hi Andreas,
    I am just curious why you used a folding rule instead of a measuring tape.
    I thought a measuring tape is faster to use and more accurate.
    I understand folding rule is more popular in certain countries.
    Is this more of a cultural practice?
    Thanks.

  25. Dario Patmos

    Nice video, have the same router, can't wait to make my router table. Great English how did You get rid of German accent? Greetings from Tenerife

  26. Steffen, der Bastelbär

    Das war ja ein richtig lustiges Video und ich bin froh, dass ich darauf gestoßen bin. Danke Andreas für die Tipps und die Veröffentlichung deiner Erfahrungen…. 🙂

  27. Quarlow 12

    I just subscribed to you because I like your honesty. Most guys wouldn't show the little mistakes so they look like a master and then we would do exactly the same thing. I look forward to watching your videos from Vancouver Canada.

  28. Jodelfranz1

    Vielen Dank für das tolle Video. Hab ich richtig verstanden das du ein 2mm stahl empfiehlst ? Und 16mm hoch ? Danke und weiter so 👍🏼☺️😀

  29. Chris Cotton

    I been struggling with my need for a table router vs my lack of workshop spacewhen I came across this really useful video. I used a piece of old kichen worktop (40mm thick) which worked well. I put maple edging (about 18mm, from some left over maple flooring) on the ends as I didn't want the screws holding the metal strips to move in the chipboard. I used 3mm x 15mm stainless strip for the mounting front and back, basically because that was what I could find on offer: no problem with fouling the fence. The front and back of the saw bed are not quite vertical which means that positioning the strips is a bit fiddly. Despite some site indicating that the Kreg plate could sag I went with that and the big Triton. I mounted the plate/router with the switch towards the front and the dust extraction at the back – I can use the same extractor pipe as I use on the blade guard of the saw, switching it over farly easily. However the spring cover on the router fouls the base of the saw when the router is fully lowered so for now I'm leaving the cover off – its upside down so shouldn't get too much dirt.
    I used a large outdoor switch mounted under the table like yours but I put a hinged wooden flap in front of it that turns the switch off when you press it, just like the standard switch for the GTS10. I even painted it red!
    Thanks for a really great suggestion. I'll make a router fence and fingerboards next.

  30. jan ruigendijk

    Hi
    I noticed that you used a special drill standard. Did you buy that or did you made that yourself. If you bought it can you tell me where?

  31. Gavin Hill

    Great video Andreas. I have the same table saw and am going to build similar. Are you not frustrated by having to reach under the table to switch the Triton router switch off before you could raise it high enough for the chuck to lock so you could change bits?

  32. Ron H

    Very good use of space and it turned out great. And I just subscribed
    What type of (drill) press do you have? I haven’t seen one like that with a rack guide bar near the chuck like that. Have you done a video on that? Looking forward to watching more of your videos.
    Ron

  33. Rob Sandstrom

    Saw your shop tour on Jay Bates channel. Thought I would come over and check you out. Good job and apprecaite you sharing the issues you had and how you overcame them.

  34. Richard Habicher

    Up with the very best! Now I think a copy is in my head. No mention of a Router Table with my new Router 1200AE Bosch that I just bought. Must follow this up. Glad You showed me the way! Thank You Sir!

  35. rowman25sd

    This awesome and just what I was looking for. What material are you using? It looks like a melamine coated baltic birch. Is there a name for it? All of the melamine materials around here are particle board. Also, what did you use for the metal strips to stop the material from falling through the table but not blocking the rip fence? I didn't see it included on the hardware list.

  36. Fabrizio Zago

    Hi Andreas, beautiful video full of details. Thank you for doing all in english, I'm italian but I live in Germany and even if I'm studying the language, it's not easy to learn also the technical names beside the normal everyday language. In this way I can follow you perfectly, thanks!
    I have a question about the router (I'm not a woodworker) because I'm considering buying the Triton MOF001 and mounting under a table (that I need to build). The ON/OFF switch on the router must be always on the ON position and then you're turning on/off the router by using the safety switch?
    Thanks in advance, have a nice weekend.

  37. NL Republic

    I have a Bosch 4100 with an extension wing and wanted to see what other guys have done to instal a router table in the extension wing,.. more illustration and detail on the build itself would be nice rather than you talking about it with a few pictures

  38. Kenny L

    This is a great use of space. No doubt this modification is in the near future for my tablesaw. Now that you've granted me permission, I'll watch the other videos. Thanks.

  39. Andreas von Krüchten

    Hi Andreas.
    Schönes Video. Und danke für das zeigen der Stolperfallen.

    Hab noch ein Abo und nen Daumen dagelassen.

    LG aus k

  40. sufyanbs

    Hi Andreas, great video! I really like that bench drill press with the Bosch drill attached. I would appreciate it if you can put a link where you got it from. Thanks!

  41. Artem unknown

    Min Herr, thanks for the video! I've heard that some spring should be removed out of the router before the installation but none shown which one exactly! 🙂 Gott rette Deutschland!

  42. Dan Rhodes

    What material is used for the metal brackets on the side? Does the insert stay in place when the saw is sideways in the folded stand?

  43. Lars Österberg

    Great video!
    One question. How do you get the table saw fence near the blade? When having the insert in it's not possible to saw thin strips… Or?

  44. The Wood Basher

    Nice Work Andreas! Im actually thinking of getting the same saw for my own projects, Are you happy with it? or would you prefer a different saw? Gruß aus Münster! 🙂

  45. Giorgio Clavelli

    Fantastic video which I really enjoined as have just bought this router (haven't received it yet). Liked and subscribed!!! 🙂

  46. Oldchev

    Hi Andreas,
    Thank you for posting this video. I actually purchased the Tritan router, Kreg insert and Kreg insert leveller kit around two weeks ago. I liked the idea of having the height adjustment from above without the expense of a router lift. Going by your video it looks like it should work well.
    Thanks again,
    Peter

  47. ZodiacProd

    instead of double sided tape you can also just use normal painters tape on both sides and super glue the tape together. works really well and so easy to remove afterwards. one of the best inserts ever, just got my Bosch table and lookin fwd to making stuff

  48. Julian Alvarez Bustillo

    Me parece un video genial. Sobre todo la parte del nivel que se cae. Por fin un video con imperfecciones. Como nosotros. Muchas gracias

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