Thanks for the welcome and I hope to post here often (now that I’ve figured out how to add to this blog thing).
I’m currently trying to build a router table. I drew it up in Sketchup (I really like that tool as well), it is like building a rough draft on the computer. I’ve used and taught AutoCAD but man can you crank out a drawing quickly with this. I’ve bought a Benchdog plate and drilled my holes according to the Triton template (the PC2s) and that’s working okay so far (precision counts…another lesson I’ve learned :-). I’ve learned a lot about how not to create a hole in the table top. I figured I’d mess it up so I was using OSB to start with and will progress to a smoother more rigid material once I get a better handle on the using the router precisely. Well everyone is hungry here so I’ve got to go serve my wife’s new caribou barley soup while she is at work, type at you all later.
-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2