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  • Compatible with many major router brands
  • Includes 5 throat plates and an integrated vacuum port
  • Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Product Overview

RYOBI introduces the Universal Router Table. Compatible with major router brands, this RYOBI 32 in. x 16 in. router table includes 5 throat plates and has an integrated vacuum port to simplify woodworking projects. Whether smoothing edges for uniformity or cutting multi-tier molding, this table allows you to situate your router upsiIde-down and precisely maneuver work pieces through the router bit. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, the Universal Router Table includes five throat plates and an operator's manual.
  • See operator's manual for a list of compatible routers
  • Equipped with an adjustable fence with joining capabilities
  • Fence outfitted with sacrificial MDF pieces and aluminum T-track
  • Built-in vacuum port accommodates 1-1/4 in. or 2-1/2 in. attachments
  • Assembly required
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) A25RT03 Universal Router Table, (1) miter gauge, (5) throat plates, (1) switch key, (3) sets of hardware to attach routers to table, (1) feather board, and operator's manual

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Product Height (in.)
18.25 in
Product Length (in.)
32 in
Product Width (in.)
32 in


Router Part/Accessory Type
Router Table
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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  • 4.2
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  • 85% recommend this product
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So close….
When I picked up the router table at the store, it felt like a very serious table. I got at home, it went together well, and is rocksolid. However, the screws that come with the table are very cheaply made. I have an older model Porter Cable 892 and two of the plate screw holes have shallow seats. So, on my second screw and after a half a dozen turns, the screw bottomed out and broke off in the router. So, now I have a router that I cannot attach a plate to and a router table with out the screws needed.
by JMSr
2 people found this helpful
Can be made serviceable with a little effort
Details: I'm experienced with handheld routers but a "3-in-1" router guide kit I recently tried gave some results that made me look like a total klutz, so I decided to get a router table. Professional grade tables are too big for my space and quite expensive, so I tempered my expectations and bought the Ryobi table to go with my Ryobi R163G router, itself a serviceable - but not outstanding - tool. Assembly was simple and the table is reasonably sturdy but there were a few QC issues. It took some judicious filing and polishing of the hardware to make the fence adjustments work without binding. Shimming was needed to take out the considerable slop in the miter gage and correct misalignment of the MDF face of the outfeed fence. (The fence itself is plastic, as is the outfeed fence offset adjustment) There's only one (plastic) featherboard supplied - two would be helpful. Adjusting the router mounting plate (plastic again) takes a little effort since it's not perfectly flat. (Neither is the table top, for that matter.) The instructions call for installing a guard on the bottom of the table behind the router - the only discernable purpose of this guard is to obstruct access to the router when you want to change the bit. And the power cord is absurdly short at about 18 inches.
by JohnInTX
4 people found this helpful
Great Buy, However...
If you own a base router, then having a table is a MUST, actually I think its an absolute must. This table is sturdy, very easy to assemble ( less than 10 minutes), and there are videos on youtube to show how as well. However, the one drawback is the dust. Even when hooked to a shop vac it will still have a considerable amount of dust to clean up after use. For me thats a minor setback but worth noting. Overall excellent table, because it works great and its not oversized. It can be used as is or attacked to a work bench. Well done Ryobi, well done.
by Charles
6 people found this helpful
Good inexpensive table, I think.
We bought this table a few days ago, as I decided that making my own bullnose stair tread edges was a good beginner project and since Forbo no longer makes the stair tread bullnose for their Marmoleum products. How hard could making a few round over cuts and dados be? Not too hard it turns out. I bought a Freud FT2000 router 20 years ago to put an edge on a cherry bar and the router has sat collecting dust since then. Retired now, blah blah blah, so I have to pick my battles. The Freud router didn't fit the hole patterns on this table's insert plate, so I carefully measured where the 3rd hold needed to be and using a countersink got it close enough for the router to mount ok. I finished the bullnose and dado cuts on this table just fine. Though I currently lack any kind of dust collection, clean up took longer than the cuts did. The attached image shows the installed stair treads.
by Roundover
4 people found this helpful
Better quality than expected. Fits Ridgid R2911 with arms removed.
Compared to other options on the market, this was a no brainer for the size table you get. It feels sturdy, and is light enough to move easily for transport (if needed). I don't have many ryobi tools, but the past few years they really seem to be stepping up their game in getting bang for your buck and have been happy with the few I've purchased. My plan was to eventually make a custom router table with a lift, but really needed to get things up and running fast. This seemed to fit the bill and was very easy to assemble. I have a Ridgid R2911 router I wanted to use (not listed as compatible). By removing the arms/handles on the router it fit just fine and fit one of the predrilled hole patterns. For the price I am considering buying a second table to run two different bits without changing out.
by BW
8 people found this helpful
Design is not suitable for precision work
The problem is that the outfeed fence alignment lock (a single knob) does not securely hold the outfeed fence. The outfeed fence will easily pivot around this single hold point and get out of alignment with the infeed fence by 1/64" or more. Thus if you're routing something like a groove or rabbet, when you reach the end of the piece and the trailing end leaves the infeed fence, there's a slight "jump" since the outfeed fence has moved back just a bit and is no longer perfectly aligned with the infeed fence. No matter how much I tighten the screw the fence still has a small but significant amount of "play". IMHO this is a design flaw because of the single lock point that allows the fence to pivot slightly. See the attached image.
by JHG
19 people found this helpful
not great... at least for me.
the idea is good, but several things that just don't work (at least for me).table itself is good. assemble easy. I like the rails are well marked on each end, so you should be able to router ends or cut dados. I opted to get the router table since I had a router already and it was cheaper than buying a table saw to cut dados. things that I don't like are the power cable is about 18" long vs the router cable (6ft) - so you'll have to run an extension cord. no biggie, but odd design.the next thing I don't like is the plastic top. it's essentially floating in the table with set screws for leveling (no uplift restraint). any knot you hit, the table is going to bounce and you'll see the results. last thing I didn't like is the depth adjust isn't meant to use with a table - at least not my craftsman router. what happens is the bit will grab the stock and then change the depth. photo below shows a few attempts with MDF board and you can see the depth is all over the place. maybe it would work better with a different router, but I'm putting this tool back on the shelf. likely going to a garage sell in the future.
by Bobby
9 people found this helpful
Worked perfectly with my DeWalt Router.
Worked perfectly for my DeWalt Router dw618 although it wasn't included with Ryobi's list ofcompatible routers. I was able to make perfect rabbets and dadoes with this router table.
by JaredC
2 people found this helpful
Modular and affordable
So obviously this setup isn’t designed for a production shop and I knew this when purchasing so I was not disappointed. For under $150 this is a steal especially for the table size. The included throat plates for different bits and the adjustability of the fence make are great. The included multi switch is great and has 2 outlets so you can run the router and a vacuum simultaneously. The throat plate has predrilled holes which didn’t fit my compact router but I was able to drill my own. I purchased this to be mobile for job site use and it was modular enough for me to change things around a bit. I mounted it to miter saw stand mounts and kept the legs aside. I also mounted the switch panel in a more user friendly location of the table. My only complaint (regardless of how you set yours up) is the plastic baseplate insert. Very flimsy, and has set screws to flush it with the table top but couldn’t get it to sit properly and will be switching the included plate out for an aluminum one. Other than that it’s a unbeatable value for a mobile set up, especially considering all the accessories it includes. Don’t expect to easily rabbit 2 miles of mahogany deck board through this, but know that it’s a gray addition for small projects in lieu of routing by hand.
by Billy
7 people found this helpful
Great addition to my shop and Dewalt router
I have had this table for a year now and have used it for several projects. It is very well made and has excellent adjustment capability. I have a Dewalt router and there is a set of pre-drilled/countersunk holes that line up with the base for attaching the router. I like the power station with the duplex outlet so I can plug in the router and the shop vac - and control both units with a single switch. The finger hold down is a welcomed addition - as well as the high board fence with adjustment scales on both sides. The surface is very smooth and the work piece slides across the table smoothly and with ease. I strongly recommend this table.
by farleykid
4 people found this helpful
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