Rockler Woodworking and Hardware introduced the CNC Table, sized to fit any CNC Shark machine and its controller as well as most other small-shop consumer CNC systems.
CNC users can now have a dedicated, self-contained workstation at just the right height for operation and adjustment, with the controller box stored in a bracket attached to the underside of the table, according to the company.
“The CNC Table makes the whole CNC system easily accessible for quick adjustments and also to store it when not in use,” Rockler vice president of marketing Scott Ekman said in a statement. “With the CNC machine on the top and the controller snug in the bracket beneath, it is essentially mission control for your CNC routing system.”
The CNC Table is made of white melamine-coated MDF and is 40” long, 28” wide, and 11/8” thick with 3mm black edge banding all the way around. The included controller bracket attaches to the underside of the table and features 113/4” inside width and 51/2” inside height, with the depth adjustable to fit each specific controller box. Each CNC Table includes a 36” long x 24” wide x 32” high steel stand to elevate and position the CNC machine for easy access, operation, and adjustment. The stand components are pre-drilled and include all mounting hardware for installation.
The CNC Table (model 47740) retails for $249.99. For information, visit www.rockler.com.