A common question that I get from our dealers / customers is, “What is the difference between the R200EA and the R210EA Face Frame Tables?”

Up until now, we had to try to explain this with out the use of pictures due to the fact that we hadn’t built both of these models, but now that we have shipped multiple R200EAs and R210EAs we are ready to show you all the difference.

R200EA Face Frame Tables

R210EA Face Frame Tables

The main difference between these two models is the way that the top support is suspended. The R200EA supports the arm below the work surface making it impossible to work on parts taller that 60″. The R210EA has a rigid I beam support for the arm that sits above the work surface allowing the operator to put a taller part up and under the arm. This makes the R210EA a more flexible machine for those who make larger face frames.

Since taking over Ritter, we have found that most people are fine withthe R200EA, but some like the added flixibility of the R210EA and are willing to pay a small premium for that upgrade. If you have any questions about which of these face frame tables is right for you, please feel free to contact your local dealer or call us directly. We are glad to help.

For more information on these two face frame tables, be sure to check out the links below:

Click Here for more information on the R200EA 

Click Here for more information on the R210EA