Precision Benchtop Router Table

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Full-Size Router Table Capability in a Portable Package

  • Includes an anodized-aluminum fence with independent sliding faces
  • Rugged steel stand with vibration-dampening rubber feet
  • Edgebanded, reinforced-MDF top (16" x 24")
  • Tabletop height of 16"
  • Impact-resistant, Easy-Slide Micro-Dot Skin  
  • Full-size router insert plate (91/4" x 113/4" x 3/8") with 3 Level-Loc Reducing Rings
  • Unique bottom-up insert plate levelers for leveling accuracy
  • Includes a rugged fence with independent sliding faces
  • Vacuum shroud for a clean workplace


ITEM#: PRS2100

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The Kreg Precision Benchtop Router Table offers features that give it the capability of a full-size, industrial router table in a portable package. Whether you want a router table to use on a job site or a compact router table to use in the shop, the Precision Benchtop Router Table is a perfect routing solution for you.

Rugged Table Top
The table top is made from an edge-banded, vibration- and noise-resistant MDF, and features an Easy-Slide Micro-Dot skin. The skin is constructed from a high-pressure laminate, which allows you to easily slide workpieces across the surface.

Precise Insert Plate
The Precision Router Table Insert Plate measures 3/8" x 91/4" x 113/4" to support even the biggest routers, and it features Kreg’s new Level-Loc Reducing Rings. These rings twist into place and lock in flush with the plate surface every time. Three Level-Loc rings are included: 1", 13/16" (for use with Porter-Cable style guide bushings), and 21/8". More Level-Loc ring sizes are available in a set of 5 (sold separately). The plate also has laser-engraved markings on the underside that make it easy to mount any router, and it comes with a set of Kreg’s Precision Insert Levelers.

Full-Featured Fence
The heavy-duty aluminum fence has been redesigned, too, with new quarter-turn locking levers. They allow quick fence adjustment and confident locking, plus are sized so they're easy to use but stay out of the way behind the fence. The fence also has independent sliding faces that provide increased workpiece support around the bit, and, with the use of the included jointing rods, allow the table to be used as a vertical jointer. A bit guard and a dust-collection port are also included.

Quiet Routing
During development, we found the majority of noise produced by benchtop router tables was caused by vibrations traveling through the body of the table, and that much of this noise could be muted by using the proper design and materials. By combining a noise-absorbing MDF table top with a rigid steel base and vibration-dampening rubber feet, our Precision Benchtop Router Table is incredibly quiet and actually tests quieter than most enclosed router tables.

Built for Industry Professionals On the Go
This table was built to withstand years of heavy use on the job site. It features a stamped-steel foundation, four hard-wearing rubber feet, an edge-banded table-top with impact-resistant Micro-Dot surface, and an incredibly rigid aluminum fence.

California Residents: Prop 65 Information


Level-Loc Insert Plate Dimensions

3/8" x 91/4" x 113/4"

Insert Plate Material


Table Surface Dimensions

16" x 24"

Fence Material

Aircraft-grade, anodized aluminum

Overall Dimensions

20" x 281/4" x 201/4"

Overall Product Weight

26 lbs.


Precision Benchtop Router Table, insert plate with Level-Loc rings, plate levelers, aluminum fence with dust-collection port, bit guard, and jointing rods, assembly hardware, and owner's manual


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Reviews for "Precision Benchtop Router Table"

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I would like to see this amazing product with a adjustable plate added for the convience of router level adjustment


By Donald Welling

September 20, 2018

Nice Sturdy Product

I am fairly new to woodworking at 60 years old. Doing it to keep my mind and hands sharp. I purchased this table after a search and review of all available. This one is more expensive but well worth it. It went together easily following the instructions. I mounted my Milwaukee 5616-24 router with ease. I uses 3 new Stainless machine screws instead of pan head that came with the router. The router sits with the controls in front and easily adjustable from underneath or using the lift wrench from above. Watch the Kreg video on youtube before mounting your router. I purchased this as a package deal with Table, 2 feather boards, switch, center disc set and gauge set at a reasonable price. I have the Kreg pocket hole K4 jig, clamps and cutting jig. Greg products do not disappoint. Quality products worth the price. Should last a long time.


By John Sharpe

June 23, 2018

Made a decision!

I have yet to actually purchase this item and my chosen accessories. I have given quite a bit if thought as to what router to purchase, I really would like a full size router table with the bells and whistles. But due to limited space and saving myself a little bit of funds to utilize for other trade and craft tools I feel we need to be sustainable in our Journey. I have decided to go with the KREG Precision Fence and modify it to fit and function with this bench top model. I am utilizing a JessEm Rout-R-Lift II. I wish I could upgrade this to accommodate the Combo track, a couple sets of Feather boards, precision KREG flip stop, precision set up bars, and a couple other goodies. I feel I will have a decent first router table unit to start out with. I do have one serious Question, What is the actual footprint measurements of the four table legs?


By Todd J. Michalec

April 30, 2018


I recently purchased this router table. All of the pilot holes were out of alignment on underside of the table. I could not align the legs with the two pilot holes in the table because the two holes were too close together. The pilot holes for the side rails were about an 1/8 of an inch beyond the holes in the rails.



February 13, 2018

Beginner's Router Table

First off, the knobs that one tightens for the fence interferes with the "swing" knobs that tighten the fence to the table. I consider the fence to be a kludge. Second major problem is the maximum distance from the cuter to the fence. (about 2-3"). I wanted to create datos ~ 6" with a 1/2" bit. No way, because the fence must back up beyond the holes used to support the fence. The alternative is to build a custom slide that eliminates the use of the fence and the features I wanted to use like planner routing. If there a solution I would like to hear from Kreg for what they might suggest. My only solution is to pitch the fence and use a custom made sled. I attempted to use the precision miter and it simply wouldn't work for some reason. I have a lot of Kreg products and this one would only fit those doing tiny work.


By Tim Townsend

August 27, 2017

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