I quickly modified my Router Table Design to lower the top by 1.75”. I also provided for a tray in the base of the unit. Instead of having the bottom stretchers screw together outside the legs I made this design so that the stretcher from the front to the back goes inside the legs. That basically makes the sides for a box. All it needs is a piece of plywood to form the bottom of the base.
The cut list is:
The tool footprint on the tabletop is:
Normally a tool this big would need a deeper table due to mounting hardware interfering with the base. I had to do some work to the Miter saw base to fit it on the small base. In this case, the mounting holes are quite a ways in so there should be no problem/
There’s no indication in the manual what size the mounting hole screws should be.
-- Doug - When all you own is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.