The table is a 2" butcher block from MSC. It is very flat, and weighs a TON.
The Z column was the most difficult part because I chose to use crossed roller bearings from Bayside , they are rated for over 2100lbs load in any direction. Crossed roller bearings are much more rigid than recirculating ball type linear bearings. The down side is limited travel, but for a Z axis, 6" was enough.
Brackets for the router. solid as a rock.
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And here are a couple movies of it in motion, you will need windows media player10 to watch them.
Movie1 - this is little program with some circle moves, G02/G03 and Z moves
Movie2 - this clip is me jogging the router through the max X-Y travel
I done a bit of test cutting, and stalled the router with a 1/2" mill at 60 IPM, DOH!
Also, I recently purchased a large CNC knee mill, so this router will be going up for sale possibly on eBay, pretty soon...... If your interested its located in houston TX, you can come by and see it. It's VERY rigid, the thing has no deflection.