Shop Project This Router Table Was Built 20 Years Ago And Has Stood The Test Of Time Although Over The Years A Few Minor Shortcomings Have Been Realized Learn How The Original Was Built And How To Tweak A New Build So It S Virtually Perfect
Shop project this router table was built 20 years ago and has stood the test of time although over the years a few minor shortcomings have been realized learn how the original was built and how to tweak a new build so it s virtually perfect is article about Magazine bookmarked by david with ID 11170045500 was uploaded on 28-04-2019 and has been viewed 29,228 times.
The Ultimate Router Table Revisited Photos by Rob BrownIllustration by Len Churchill When I designed it, I wanted to incorporate as much storage into the router table as possible so I added two banks of four drawers, as well as the larger storage underneath the drawers.
I have used this router table for the past 20 years and love it.In this article I'm going to detail how you can build the ultimate router table by combining the basic design I started with, but improving on a few essential details.
INFO: DIFFICULTY - 3/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 3/5 I made the height of this table about 1/4" lower than my table saw so I could use it as an outfeed surface.It's worked great for this task, as it's very stable and strong.
Unless you have a need for something different I would suggest doing the same.If you have your mind set on purchasing a router table, in order to get to the fancier builds quicker, check out Carl Duguay's article 'Purchasing a Router Table' in this issue.
MaterialsI used 3/4" particle board for my router table and I'm glad I did.Particle board is quite heavy, which is good.The last thing you...