What is the difference between a shaper and a router table?

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A shaper typically has a much larger motor and spindle. It does the same thing but can take larger cuts — both in depth and height — in one pass. It also requires cutters that are, by and large, much more expensive than router bits. There’s very little a shaper can do that you can’t duplicate with a router table.
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